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Salvador, Brazil

Salvador, Brazil

Baba in Varanasi, India.

Baba in Varanasi, India.

Maracatu Rural | Pernambuco - Brasil

Maracatu Rural | Pernambuco - Brasil

This is a Butterfroguin. It lives in the Brazilian rainforest.

This is a Butterfroguin. It lives in the Brazilian rainforest.

Brésil Bahia

Brésil Bahia

rio carnival Sao clemente 2012  brazil  au carnaval de rio bresil

rio carnival Sao clemente 2012 brazil au carnaval de rio bresil

bresil chic - concours glamour

bresil chic - concours glamour

Africa |  The Ndebele are world famous for their colourful and geometric patterns painted on their houses. | © Anke Van Wyk

Africa | The Ndebele are world famous for their colourful and geometric patterns painted on their houses. | © Anke Van Wyk

Salvador,Bahia - Brazil

Salvador,Bahia - Brazil

Masque Africain Guéré wobé Cote d'Ivoire

Masque Africain Guéré wobé Cote d'Ivoire

Carnaval in Salvador certainly differs from the one in Rio but it's equally as impressive. The parties known as blocos are non-stop so expect  dancing on the streets 24/7.

Carnaval in Salvador certainly differs from the one in Rio but it's equally as impressive. The parties known as blocos are non-stop so expect dancing on the streets 24/7.

El baile en Cuba / Cuban folk dance

El baile en Cuba / Cuban folk dance

femmes en costumes traditionnel, Bahia, Brésil

Pérou

Pérou

Designer Tomáš Gabzdil Libertíny of Studio Libertiny collaborated with an army of bees to complete Thousand Years, his latest experimental beeswax sculpture. Commissioned by the French fine silver manufacturer Christofle, the large teapot-shaped vessel was created with the help of Dutch beekeeper Johan Beckers and his group of 60,000 bees.

Designer Tomáš Gabzdil Libertíny of Studio Libertiny collaborated with an army of bees to complete Thousand Years, his latest experimental beeswax sculpture. Commissioned by the French fine silver manufacturer Christofle, the large teapot-shaped vessel was created with the help of Dutch beekeeper Johan Beckers and his group of 60,000 bees.