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Zahrat al Ola and Shukri Sarhan in the film “Sharik Hayati,” Egypt, 1953.

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Zahrat al Ola and Shukri Sarhan in the film “Sharik Hayati,” Egypt, 1953.

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Kuwait, 1975.

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Kuwait, 1975.

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Oman, 1970s.

جميلة

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Oman, 1970s.

جميلة

Can you guess where she’s from?

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colore-pallido:

Sam Toft

historical-nonfiction:

Helen Keller meeting Charlie Chaplin. Hollywood, 1919

historical-nonfiction:

Helen Keller meeting Charlie Chaplin. Hollywood, 1919

فورانوليا : هو الأحساس اللي بيجليك ان القهوة هتفور قبل القهوة ما تفور بثواني و ماتصدقش احساسك ! و القهوة تفور.

Who are you talking with ? let’s take a picture!

the 1st time to cut my hair twice in the same month in my whole life.

the 1st time to cut my hair twice in the same month in my whole life.

We were. And then we weren’t

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vmagazine:

Travel photography by Simon Morris (aka BurnBlue)

  • Riverman -A Fisherman Thing - Tales of the River:  A fisherman, in South China on the Li River with a Cormorant bird.
  • Camera: Nikon D700 - Lens: 28.0 - 70.0mm f/2.8 - Focal Length: 50mm - Apeture: f/2.8 - f/5.6 - Shutter speed: 1/10sec - ISO: 400

Cormorant fishing is an age-old art spanning 1300 years,; is practiced  in China and Japan  (as well as a few other countries).  Dressed in traditional costume, the fishermen ride on small bamboo rafts lined with Cormorant birds.  On the raft, lit by a simple lamp, the Cormorant fishermen of the Li River (Lijiang River) paddle out slowly and then use a pole to encourage the birds into the water, where they dive for fish.  [1]

The Li River stretching a course of 437 kilometers (originates in the Mao’er Mountains  in Xing’an County and flows in the general direction through Guilin, Yangshuo and Pingle. In Pingle the Li River merges with the Lipu River and the Gongcheng River and continues south as the Gui River, which fall into the Xi Jiang, the wester tributary of the Pearl River, in Wuzhou. [2]

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J. Hayes by James Fitzgerald III on Flickr.