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Images Dated 10th March 2009

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A young Dassanech boy silhouetted against the evening Featured 10 Mar 2009 Image

A young Dassanech boy silhouetted against the evening

A young Dassanech boy silhouetted against the evening sky at his settlement alongside the Omo River. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50, 000, the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb, Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pa

© John Warburton-Lee

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The earthquake damaged city of Bhuj Featured 10 Mar 2009 Image

The earthquake damaged city of Bhuj

The earthquake damaged city of Bhuj. Bhuj is located in the westernmost part of the state of Gujarat, in the western region of India. It is around 300 km from Ahmedabad, the state capital. It is near the Gulf of Kutch, a part of the Arabian Sea. On J

© Paul Harris

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Hidden away in rocky overhangs in a ten kilometer stretch of hillside Featured 10 Mar 2009 Image

Hidden away in rocky overhangs in a ten kilometer stretch of hillside

Hidden away in rocky overhangs in a ten kilometer stretch of hillside, this prehistoric rock art is the most impressive in India. These hunting scenes are believed to date from around 8000-5000 BC.
India, Madhya Pradesh, Bhimbetka. Hidden away in

© Amar Grover

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