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This photo was taken at Kanyakumari,Tamil Nadu,India at the starting of the day.This is a golden moment and the first ray of sun is glowing over the Bay of Bengal in the backdrop of the Vivekananda Rock.
Jacksonville Bay in November 2012. Making a stop in Jacksonville is an unforgettable experience, especially the night of the boats show parade.
This colourful minaret stands high, showing its beauty to the world.
Doha's sea view is a stunning image of flickering lights and stunning colours.
Ancient City of Petra, Jordan
This picture is of the Annapurna range in the Himalayas. It was taken on the Panchase Hill Trek in Nepal.
Konik horses in the Muese valley.
A petrified tree in Deadvlei, Namibia.
Seljalandsfoss is one of the many beautiful waterfalls in South Iceland. Though it is not as mighty as some of the other waterfalls in Iceland such as Gullfoss or Dettifoss, it surely is a photographer's delight.
Though it is called Dead Sea, this water body is actually a salt lake. It hosts the lowest elevation on land. This was shot from the Jordanian side looking towards Israel.
Autumn on Baltic sea. Trip to the Baltic sea. It shows how usually crowded beach during summer looks in autumn.
A BOATMAN ROWING HIS BOAT IN THE WATERS OF NALBAN
The tales of the journey ...No one knows what may come next or whats going to happen ..still an optimism in mind lead a person to a good life.
Participant in the Day of the Dead festival at Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Taken from taxi in Sinai, Egypt
Delicate arch during sunset
A rain storm approaches White Pocket Arizona. One of the most beautiful scenes i have ever witnessed.
A young boy cleans the windows of my car while we wait in Kabul traffic. He should be in school, but makes a living on the streets, with a rag and rarely any water to support his entrepreneurship.
It is the first day of Eid al-Adha in Kabul, Afghanistan and traffic congested as families make their way home to slaughter their goat, sheep or even cow to commemorate the willingness of Abraham (Ibrahim) to sacrifice his son Ishmael (Isma'il) as an act of obedience to God, before God intervened to provide him with a sheep— to sacrifice instead. This little girl stares from her window seat at me with suspicion, shortly before her mother pulls back her headscarf and gives a reassuring, kind smile of respect.