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Omo Valley, Call Onno, Carlo Ruiz, Little Girls, Africans People, National Geographic, Geographic Photos, Arbors Farms, Juan Carlo
A little girl, called Onno, after working in an Arbore farm in Omo Valley, Ethiopia. The Arbore tribe lives in the driest area of Omo Valley. They live thanks to cows, goats and the sorgo they grow. (by Juan Carlos Ruiz Duarte, taken for the 2012 National Geographic Photo Contest)
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National Geographic Photo Contest 2012: Part II
Noir et blanc magnifique...
Hong Kong, Chicken Soups, Travel Photos, National Geographic, Travel Magazines, Geographic Travel, Big Pictures, 2012 Photos, Photos Contest
National Geographic Traveler Magazine: 2012 Photo Contest - The Big Picture - Boston.com - SPONTANEOUS MOMENTS - Chick Dropped in Soup: No, not chicken soup...It's a literal translation of a Chinese expression for being drenched. Caught this well-dressed lady trying to cross the street in a torrential downpour. (Brian Yen/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest)
J'aime les portraits...
Photos, Jeff Photography, Faces, Black And White, Photography Portraits, Art, Lee Jeffries, People, Leejeffries
Photopraphic Portraits by Lee Jeffries (7 Pictures) > Film-/ Fotokunst > lee jeffries, photography, portraits
Black and white people photography by Lee Jeffries
Portrait photography, particularly of the homeless, done by Lee Jeffries. His photo portrait frame the face and he uses light and shadow to bring out character so that those who view his work "cannot remain indifferent" to the people photographed.
#photo #photography #LeeJeffries
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Cast Millet, Millet Grains, Woman Cast, Chadian Desert, Walks In Feeding, Curtis Association Press, Children, Africa, Ben Curtis Association
A woman casts millet grain for sale into a basket next to a walk-in feeding center in Mao, capital of the Kanem region of Chad. Mothers with hungry and malnourished children are flocking to feeding sites and clinics in the Chadian desert by any means they can. (Ben Curtis/Associated Press) #
Drought in West Africa
Islam Schools, Local Mosques, Friends Ears, Beautiful Faces, Girls Whisperer, Pakistani Girls
A Pakistani girl whispers in her friend's ear while attending their daily madrassa, or Islamic school, set up in a local mosque on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan, April 11, 2012. (Muhammed Muheisen/Asscoiated Press)
Daily life: April 2012
Aïe... profond regard.
Goran Tomasev Reut, Goran Tomasevic Reut, Soldiers, Dramas, Conflict Awesome, Sudan Conflict, Sudan South Sudan, Sudansouth Sudan, Oil
A Sudanese Peoples Liberation Army (SPLA) soldier looks at his injured comrades outside a hospital in Bentiu on April 22.
Violence rages in Sudan-South Sudan conflict Fighting continues along the border of Sudan and South Sudan this week. President Salva Kiir of South Sudan said the latest attacks amounted to a declaration of war after more bombs were dropped on his country. The conflict stems from South Sudan temporarily taking control of the oil-rich border town Heglig, which Sudan claims as its own. Tension between the two countries over control of oil resources and where the border lies has been ongoing since
El drama de Sudán
Daily Life Kuala, Marching, Sin Association Press, Seng Sin Association, Lais Seng, Big Pictures, Life Kuala Lumpur, Farmers Work, Fields
A farmer works at a paddy field in the Sekinchan outskirts of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on March 28. (Lai Seng Sin/Associated Press)
Daily life: March 2012 - The Big Picture - Boston.com - via http://bit.ly/epinner
Ça sent bon...
Abraham Lincoln, Favorite Things, Flowers Container, Presidents Lincoln, Flowers Power, Syringa Common, Beautiful Flowers, Lilacs Photos, Flowers Green
Syringa vulgaris President Lincoln
a whole mess of gorgeous lilac photos on 29 Black Street, discovered via @Remodelista
Walt Whitman understood this when he wrote the first lines of his great elegy to Abraham Lincoln, after the president was assassinated during lilac season: "When lilacs last in the door-yard bloom’d...I mourn'd—and yet shall mourn with ever-returning spring."
Photographe de bouffe Katie Quinn Davis
Bacon Breakfast, Breakfast Healthy, Healthy Breakfast, Food Photography, Baking Eggs, Eggs Cups, Food Photos, Breakfast Recipes, Katy Ate
Baked egg cups
stunning food photography by Katie Quinn.
Food photos I could eat...
#EGG AND #BACON BREAKFAST
Breakfast recipe in muffin tins #eggsandbacon #breadandolives
En mémoire du tsunami au Japon
Marching 11, Things Japan, Fukushima Prefectur, Paper Lanterns, In Memories Of, Memories 11/9, 11 Earthquake, Chine Lanterns, Lanterns Create
Paper lanterns in memory of victims of the disaster in Koriyama, Fukushima
Très beau portrait de la photographe Kacy Anne Hill
Blondes Inspiration, Beautiful Woman, Black And White, Photographers Kaci, Beautiful Black, Beau Portraits, Anne Hill, Kaci Anne, Hill Photographers
Kacy Anne Hill photographed by Mckay Jaffe- ONE EYELAND
To, November, Smithsonian Magazines, Color, Happy, India, Photos Contest, People, Relaxing Techniques
"Village boys relaxing." Taken by Nimai Chandra Ghosh (Kolkata, India). Photographed November 2009, West Bengal, India. (9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest Finalist; Category: People.)
25 TOES West Bengal, India, November 2009 (Nimai Ghosh/Kolkata, India) This is one of the 50 finalists in the Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest this year. What a unique pic, between the color, the composition, and the whimsical wonder of where the toes come from I simply love this piece.
Il y a quelque chose de doux dans cette image...
Contest Finalist, Smithsonian Photos, Magazines Photos, Smithsonian Magazines, Annual Photos, Photography Contest, Paolo Patruno, Photos Contest, Magazines Photography
"Behind the blue." Taken by Paolo Patruno (Bologna, Italy). Photographed May 2011, Lilongwe, Malawi. (9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest Finalist; Category: People.) Visit our site to vote for your favorite!
Behind the blue | 9th Annual Photo Contest | Smithsonian Magazine)
Smithsonian photo contest finalists (Paolo Patruno)
Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest: 50 Finalists
L'hiver à son plus beau!