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  • Sunni Haralalka

    definitely on my life's bucket list. Holi Celebration in India!

  • Burnley Hayes

    Holi, Festival of Colors. Sony World Photography Awards Shortlist For 2013 Announced And The Results Are Stunning (PHOTOS)

  • Alejandro Morales Trejo

    Holi - the festival of colors - is undoubtedly the most fun-filled and boisterous of Hindu festivals. It's an occasion that brings in unadulterated joy and mirth, fun and play, music and dance, and, of course, lots of bright colors! Anurag Kumar, India, Arts and Culture, Shortlist, Arts and Culture, Open Competition 2013 Sony World Photography Awards

  • Alison Marlow

    lens culture: contemporary photography magazine

  • Luc Sun

    The southern winter sky shows off its best in this 240 degree view of the Milky Way behind the Quiver Tree Forest near Keetmanshoop, Namibia. Both Magellanic clouds are visible on the left, while the central bulge of our own galaxy contrasts with the warm glow of light pollution from the nearby town. (Florian Breuer, South Africa, Shortlist, Panoramic, Open Competition 2013 Sony World Photography Awards)

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