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1350-6288 - Giant goose-neck barnacle (Pollicipes polymerus) in the rare "red-lips" variant, found in the turbulent waters of the Nakwakto Rapids (Seymour Inlet, BC, Canada), known to feature the strongest currents in the world.
1116-51276 - A Bengal tigress (Panthera tigris tigris) with a catchlight in her eye lies up to her neck in the dark shadows of a water hole. Her name is Maya 'The Enchantress', and she has orange and black stripes with white patches on her head. Shot with a Nikon D810 in Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve in India; Chandrapur, Maharashtra, India
1113-107294 - Angola; Huila Province; small village near Chibia; young Muhila woman with typical neck and headdress; Tufts of hair covered with clay and fixed; massive choker made of woven straw and earth
1113-106906 - Angola; Huila Province; small village near Chibia; Muhila woman with traditional head and neck jewelry; ornate pearl jewelry in the hair; massive choker made of pearls and earth
1113-106891 - Angola; Huila Province; small village near Chibia; Muhila women with typical neck and headdress; Tufts of hair covered with clay and fixed; massive choker made of pearl necklaces and earth
1113-107118 - Angola; Huila Province; small village near Chibia; Muhila women with typical neck and headdress; Tufts of hair covered with clay and fixed; massive choker made of pearl necklaces and earth
1113-106807 - Angola; Huila Province; small village near Chibia; Muhila girl with typical neck and headdress; Tufts of hair covered with clay and fixed; Choker made of pearls and earth
1113-106425 - Ethiopia; Southern Nations Region; Kolcho village; on the Omo River; Omo Valley; Woman from the ethnic group of the Karo; dressed in a typical leather apron; Head and neck jewelry made from multicolored pearl necklaces
1350-3825 - Local people inside a house in Gyantse village or Gyangze town, Tibet, China. Located in the northeast of Gyantse at 3900 meters above sea level. Pelkor Chode Monastery, or rather Palcho Monastery in Tibetan language means auspicious monastery. It was first built in early 15th century and took 10 years to complete. Because it was built when different religious sectors conflicted neck and neck in Tibet, Sakyapa, Kadampa and Gelukpa of Tibetan Buddhism coexist in it. Each religious sector has five to six Dratsang schools in the monastery.
1348-1091 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Pinch the nape going down. Aim : relieve torticolis.
1348-1088 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Massage the point Conception vessel 22. Aim : treatment of asthma.