HFF from a Baikal Yurt!

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HFF from a Baikal Yurt!

11 Aug 2017 24 22 572
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indian truck

01 Jan 2010 13 9 544
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Wahiba Sands Desert (Oman)

10 Feb 2016 30 16 923
The Wahiba Sands is a region of desert in Oman which was named for the Bani Wahiba tribe.The area is defined by a boundary of 180 kilometers north to south and 80 kilometers east to west,with an area of 12,500 square kilometers. The area is occupied by Bedouins who congregate at Al Huyawah, an oasis near the border of the desert, between June and September to gather dates. www.flickr.com/photos/gabi16 gabilombardo.weebly.com

Leaving Wahiba Sands (Oman)

10 Feb 2016 25 12 657
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some tea in the desert (Jordan)

12 Mar 2011 24 20 670
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in Namibia

30 Dec 2011 20 10 484
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Inle Sea - Myanmar

03 Jan 2013 55 35 1086
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cambodian water buffaloes

31 Dec 2014 26 16 855
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cambodian landscape

31 Dec 2014 24 17 744
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the red Buddha (Cambodia)

31 Dec 2015 14 9 376
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San Pedro Marina 2 (Los Angeles)

05 Aug 2008 6 2 627
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San Pedro Marina - (Los Angeles) - für EDNA!

05 Aug 2008 35 26 678
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Marsaxklokk (Malta)

16 Feb 2018 15 8 633
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Mokoro Tour (Botswana)

13 Nov 2018 34 24 354
gabilombardo.weebly.com www.flickr.com/photos/gabi16 A MOKORO is a type of canoe commonly used in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. It is propelled through the shallow waters of the delta by standing in the stern and pushing with a pole, in the same manner as punting. Mekoro are traditionally made by digging out the trunk of a large straight tree, such as an ebony tree or Kigelia tree.

Namibia/Herero Woman

01 Jan 2012 34 30 967
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at Namibia

01 Jan 2012 40 22 846
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worker at Mingun (Myanmar)

31 Dec 2012 33 16 850
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snake charmers at Rajastan

01 Jan 2010 43 28 812
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