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Hay un dicho que dice: “Los niños deberían gobernar el mundo” y creo tiene mucho de cierto. Basta ver estas miradas inocentes y sinceras, llenas de amor y felicidad para poderlo comprobar. 1. India. 2. Etiopía. 3. Holanda. 4. Rumania. 5. Niger. 6. Vietnam. 7. Korea del Sur. 8. China. 9. Melanesia. 10. Honduras. 11. …

West African Societies Beautiful Photography by John Kenny taken with Africa's remotest tribes. Fine art prints in black and white, also colour, are available to buy in signed, limited editions. Facing Africa: the book is out now

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Karo woman and her baby Ethiopia Korcho village, Karo tribe, South Ethiopia the most beautiful thing. a child and his mother. Such a beautiful picture.

FACES OF CHINA | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Photo credit by BOAZ

The queen of smiles! Portrait of an old Yi woman taken in northern Yunnan, China. pinned by Anika Schmitt

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photo taken in Yunnan, China by Jonathan Kos-Read. people photography, world people, faces

Marilyn Monroe - Everytime I start "hating" my tummy poking out, my thick thighs and the cellulite, I will look at this pic because all of that is here on her too and the world still thinks she's the most sexiest women that ever lived.  EMBRACE YOUR GODDESS SELF with all of it's little "flaws" for the only one who really holds them against us is OURSELVES!

Marilyn Monroe - Everytime I start "hating" my tummy poking out, my thick thighs and the cellulite, I will look at this pic because all of that is here on her too and the world still thinks she's the most sexiest women that ever lived.

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Kharu -Samal, Igacus, Davao Oriental, Mindanao, Philippines - faces of the people

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A bright smile from a young Nepalese child. Who would not smile back?

a—fri—ca: Jeune homme Peul du Sénégal (Fula young man, Senegal) Photo de claude Gourlay

Beauty and Bananas (293x440, 121Kb)

Carrying bananas to the market. When these green bananas ripen in a few days they will be yellow

Paul Cézanne

Paul Cézanne, April 13 1906 -by Gertrude Osthaus “ Paul Cézanne, French Post-Impressionist artist - died this day in 1906 from pneumonia. He had been caught by a rain storm a few days earlier.

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