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Man using a knife to disconnect an oyster Bouzigues, Etang de Thau, France
860-287517 - Man using a knife to disconnect an oyster Bouzigues, Etang de Thau, France
Hand Washing Station at a Shinto Shrine, Ise, Japan
1174-5682 - Hand Washing Station at a Shinto Shrine, Ise, Japan
Agriculture - Silhouette on the side of a barn in late afternoon light of a farm boy operating a hand pump water well while his young sister washes her hands / Northwest Missouri, USA.
1116-42727 - Agriculture - Silhouette on the side of a barn in late afternoon light of a farm boy operating a hand pump water well while his young sister washes her hands / Northwest Missouri, USA.
Hand Washing Station, Kyoto, Japan
1174-5607 - Hand Washing Station, Kyoto, Japan
Dhobi wallahs, a man and a woman, hand washing clothes in the river, laundry laid out to air dry, Bhargabi River, Odisha, India, Asia
805-977 - Dhobi wallahs, a man and a woman, hand washing clothes in the river, laundry laid out to air dry, Bhargabi River, Odisha, India, Asia
Woman stacking bundles of bamboo ready for lime washing as part of the hand made paper making process, Hsipaw, Shan state, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
805-911 - Woman stacking bundles of bamboo ready for lime washing as part of the hand made paper making process, Hsipaw, Shan state, Myanmar (Burma), Asia
Women washing clothes in a river near Chikwawa in the Shire Valley, Malawi.
911-10945 - Women washing clothes in a river near Chikwawa in the Shire Valley, Malawi.
Mid adult woman washing hand against temple
1177-1205 - Mid adult woman washing hand against temple
DEU, Germany: Cleaning of dishes by hand in a private kitchen.
832-319075 - DEU, Germany: Cleaning of dishes by hand in a private kitchen.
Woman washes her clothes in a stream by the road in Fuli Old Town, Xingping, China
1161-3231 - Woman washes her clothes in a stream by the road in Fuli Old Town, Xingping, China
Domestic chores without modern electrical appliances - a woman washing up by hand using cold water from an outdoor tap.  Street scene in Bhutan.
1161-1243 - Domestic chores without modern electrical appliances - a woman washing up by hand using cold water from an outdoor tap. Street scene in Bhutan.
Children's hands washing a linen cloth on a washboard, Flachsmarkt historical crafts market, Krefeld-Linn, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, Europe
832-74053 - Children's hands washing a linen cloth on a washboard, Flachsmarkt historical crafts market, Krefeld-Linn, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, Europe
Tanzanian girl taking pleasure at the abundant supply of fresh, safe drinking water which now runs to her house thanks to a development project of caritas tanzania, funded by caritas australia. Mvango village, same, in the north-east near kilimanjaro
1194-700 - Tanzanian girl taking pleasure at the abundant supply of fresh, safe drinking water which now runs to her house thanks to a development project of caritas tanzania, funded by caritas australia. Mvango village, same, in the north-east near kilimanjaro
Tanzanian villagers washing their hands after installing water system for their village. This is a project of caritas tanzania financed by caritas australia, and will bring safe drinking water to the region for the first time. Previously people would have to collect, often unsafe, drinking water from distant streams and carry it in buckets on their heads. Kighare, same, in the north-east near kilimanjaro
1194-703 - Tanzanian villagers washing their hands after installing water system for their village. This is a project of caritas tanzania financed by caritas australia, and will bring safe drinking water to the region for the first time. Previously people would have to collect, often unsafe, drinking water from distant streams and carry it in buckets on their heads. Kighare, same, in the north-east near kilimanjaro
Tanzanian sisters washing their hands at the family tap. Mvango village, same, in the north-east near kilimanjaro
1194-695 - Tanzanian sisters washing their hands at the family tap. Mvango village, same, in the north-east near kilimanjaro
Tanzanian girl taking pleasure at the abundant supply of fresh, safe drinking water which now runs to her house thanks to a development project of caritas tanzania, funded by caritas australia. Mvango village, same, in the north-east near kilimanjaro
1194-701 - Tanzanian girl taking pleasure at the abundant supply of fresh, safe drinking water which now runs to her house thanks to a development project of caritas tanzania, funded by caritas australia. Mvango village, same, in the north-east near kilimanjaro
Tanzanian girl taking pleasure at the abundant supply of fresh, safe drinking water which now runs to her house thanks to a development project of caritas tanzania, funded by caritas australia. Mvango village, same, in the north-east near kilimanjaro
1194-702 - Tanzanian girl taking pleasure at the abundant supply of fresh, safe drinking water which now runs to her house thanks to a development project of caritas tanzania, funded by caritas australia. Mvango village, same, in the north-east near kilimanjaro
Views of Deception Island, an island in the South Shetland Islands off the Antarctic Peninsula which has one of the safest harbours in Antarctica. A recently active volcano, its eruptions in 1967 and 1969 caused serious damage to the scientific stations there. The only current research bases are run by the Argentine Army and Spain. The island, located at 62857'S 60836'W, is approximately circular with a diameter of about 12 km (7 mi). Its highest point, Mt Pond, has an elevation of 542 m (1778 ft), and over half the island is covered by glaciers. The centre of the island is a caldera formed in a huge eruption which has been flooded by the sea to form a large bay named Port Foster, about 9 km (5.5 mi) long and 6 km (3.6 mi) wide. The bay has a narrow entrance, just 230 m (754 ft) wide, called Neptune's Bellows. Adding to the hazard is Ravn Rock, which lies 2.5 m (8 ft) below the water in the middle of the channel. Just inside Neptune's Bellows lies the cove Whalers' Bay, which is bordered by a large black sand beach. Since the early 19th century Deception Island was a favourite refuge from the storms and icebergs of Antarctica. It was first used by sealers, then in 1906 a Norwegian-Chilean whaling company started using Whalers' Bay as a base for a factory ship, the Gobernador Bories. Other whaling operations followed suit, and by 1914 there were 13 factory ships based there. On February 3, 1944 the British established a permanent base on Deception Island as part of Operation Tabarin, and occupied it until December 5, 1967, when a volcanic eruption forced a temporary withdrawal. It was used again between December 4, 1968 and February 23, 1969, when further volcanic activity caused it to be abandoned.
979-4383 - Views of Deception Island, an island in the South Shetland Islands off the Antarctic Peninsula which has one of the safest harbours in Antarctica. A recently active volcano, its eruptions in 1967 and 1969 caused serious damage to the scientific stations there. The only current research bases are run by the Argentine Army and Spain. The island, located at 62857'S 60836'W, is approximately circular with a diameter of about 12 km (7 mi). Its highest point, Mt Pond, has an elevation of 542 m (1778 ft), and over half the island is covered by glaciers. The centre of the island is a caldera formed in a huge eruption which has been flooded by the sea to form a large bay named Port Foster, about 9 km (5.5 mi) long and 6 km (3.6 mi) wide. The bay has a narrow entrance, just 230 m (754 ft) wide, called Neptune's Bellows. Adding to the hazard is Ravn Rock, which lies 2.5 m (8 ft) below the water in the middle of the channel. Just inside Neptune's Bellows lies the cove Whalers' Bay, which is bordered by a large black sand beach. Since the early 19th century Deception Island was a favourite refuge from the storms and icebergs of Antarctica. It was first used by sealers, then in 1906 a Norwegian-Chilean whaling company started using Whalers' Bay as a base for a factory ship, the Gobernador Bories. Other whaling operations followed suit, and by 1914 there were 13 factory ships based there. On February 3, 1944 the British established a permanent base on Deception Island as part of Operation Tabarin, and occupied it until December 5, 1967, when a volcanic eruption forced a temporary withdrawal. It was used again between December 4, 1968 and February 23, 1969, when further volcanic activity caused it to be abandoned.
Close-up of young woman washing hand outdoors
786-7013 - Close-up of young woman washing hand outdoors
Child's hand with water, France, Europe
809-2444 - Child's hand with water, France, Europe
Thai New Year (Songkran), the ceremony of washing the hands of elderly people, Thailand, Southeast Asia, Asia
238-5574 - Thai New Year (Songkran), the ceremony of washing the hands of elderly people, Thailand, Southeast Asia, Asia
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