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'CHHAT'

CHHAT IS CELEBRATED AMONGST THE HINDUS, PARTICULARLY AMONGST THE BIHARIS. IT IS BELIEVED THAT CHHAT IS THE DAUGHTER OF SUN GOD.
"Emergent Culture" ~ Cali, Colombia  2012 Skip Hunt 

Butterfly in Cali, Colombia.
American made rejected steel pipes.sold mostly to china.
American made steel.rejected and sold mostly to china.
"Free Spirit" ~ Taganga, Colombia  2012 Skip Hunt 

Boy playing with fishing line in Taganga, Colombia.
A young monk climbs onto the architecture of Hsinbyume Pagoda, a Buddhist landmark on the Irrawaddy River at Mingun, Myanmar.
"Hermana" ~ Popayan, Colombia  2012 Skip Hunt 

Nun having breakfast in Popayan, Colombia.
American made Rejected steel pipes.Youngstown,Ohio.All or most sold to china.
Life's Breath, a bee lay almost motionless after a very warm day, I poured a touch of honey into a flower and the bee fed and went happily on it's way.
Puddle-up
Ship of the Plains
walking along the beach at sunset
Travelling through a floating village in Cambodia
Walking the streets of Toronto around the Center for Addiction and Mental Health
Lone Duck On Golden Pond
A anonymous American captured on the boardwalk of Ocean City, New Jersey gazing out over the Atlantic at sunset with the town's famous ferris wheel behind him, flanked by two faint American flags.
Rock-a-Bye Wilderness
At Interval Time in School One Student Helping One to Enjoy Monsoon Time with Umbrella
Fly in the sky
The dirt road up on the mountains of The Dandenong Ranges.
The only tree that bloomed white flowers.
altered to poster
Real life snow man
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
walking along the beach at sunset

walking along the beach at sunset

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Zagreb, Croatia
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© Zorana Bajt.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2012
Filed Under: Travel
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 20, 2012, 7:59 a.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: COOLPIX P310
Focal Length: 4.3mm
Shutter Speed: 1/14
Aperture: f2.8
ISO: ISO400
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