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stevemccurry:

Faces of Afghanistan
Kabul

stevemccurry:

Faces of Afghanistan

Kabul

(Source: 990000)

990000:

Photo: Brennan Linsley
sacbee.com:

An Afghan girl is seen in Ghalbalay, a village in the Pech Valley, Kunar province, northeastern Afghanistan, Saturday, Jan. 23. The girl was watching as U.S. Army officers from the 2-12 Infantry discussed local development projects with her father, a local elder, during a pause in a patrol. 

990000:

Photo: Brennan Linsley

sacbee.com:

An Afghan girl is seen in Ghalbalay, a village in the Pech Valley, Kunar province, northeastern Afghanistan, Saturday, Jan. 23. The girl was watching as U.S. Army officers from the 2-12 Infantry discussed local development projects with her father, a local elder, during a pause in a patrol. 

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mymodernmet:

In India, there is a long-standing folk art known as rangoli (or kolam or Muggu), in which stunning patterns are created on the ground using materials such as colored rice, dry flour, and more. The bright designs are usually made during auspicious events like Diwali, Onam, Pongal, and other Indian festivals, as well as celebrations like weddings.

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stevemccurry:

Faces of Afghanistan
Kabul

stevemccurry:

Faces of Afghanistan

Kabul

(Source: 990000)

990000:

Photo: Brennan Linsley
sacbee.com:

An Afghan girl is seen in Ghalbalay, a village in the Pech Valley, Kunar province, northeastern Afghanistan, Saturday, Jan. 23. The girl was watching as U.S. Army officers from the 2-12 Infantry discussed local development projects with her father, a local elder, during a pause in a patrol. 

990000:

Photo: Brennan Linsley

sacbee.com:

An Afghan girl is seen in Ghalbalay, a village in the Pech Valley, Kunar province, northeastern Afghanistan, Saturday, Jan. 23. The girl was watching as U.S. Army officers from the 2-12 Infantry discussed local development projects with her father, a local elder, during a pause in a patrol. 

(Source: mizzhazeline)

990000:

Northern Kenya II by John Kenny

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mymodernmet:

In India, there is a long-standing folk art known as rangoli (or kolam or Muggu), in which stunning patterns are created on the ground using materials such as colored rice, dry flour, and more. The bright designs are usually made during auspicious events like Diwali, Onam, Pongal, and other Indian festivals, as well as celebrations like weddings.

(via aurevoir-paris)

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