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1116-48014 - Two able bodied golfers team up with a disabled golfer using a specialized powered golf wheelchair and putting together on a golf green playing best ball, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
1116-47956 - An able bodied golfer teams up with and assists a disabled golfer using a specialized powered golf wheelchair while they are putting together on a golf green, playing best ball, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
1116-47957 - An able bodied golfer teams up with a disabled golfer using a specialized powered golf wheelchair and helps him to line up his putt on a golf green at a golf course, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
857-94867 - Pink Granite CoastPierre Le Coq riding his windsurf board during a sunset session on the "Cote de Granit Rose" ( Pink Granite Coast ), Trégastel, Brittany, France.
832-378667 - Hikers ascending to the Sattelspitz in the Texel group through Zieltal, Meran and surroundings Meraner Land, Province of South Tyrol, region of Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy, Europe
832-378659 - Climber, descent from the Southern Fanesspitze on the Via ferrata Tomaselli, behind the Tofana di Rozes, Tofana di Mezzo and Tofana di Dentro, Dolomites, Alps, Province of Belluno, Italy, Europe
832-378396 - Young woman practicing yoga at Boudnanath stupa, showing the Natarajasana pose, or Lord Shiva's pose, Kathmandu Valley, Kathmandu, Kathmandu District, Bagmati Zone, Nepal, Asia
911-10923 - Malawi is one of the poorest countries in the world, it has been heavily deforested. The deforestation has been to clear land for an expanding population to have access to land to grow subsistence crops and also to make charcoal, which is the main cooking fuel in Malawi. This shot shows men working barefoot and moving massive tree trunks by hand in a logging camp on the Zomba Plateau.
857-90549 - Kushti is a traditional form of South Asian wrestling popular in India, also known as Pehlwani. Wrestlers usually meet in an Akhara, a "wrestling ground" which is a place of practice, with facilities for boarding, lodging and training.They serve both as training schools and an arena for wrestlers to compete against each other. Akhara is not limited only to physical activities, but also involves religious practices, particularly the worship of the god Hanuman.
857-90543 - Kushti is a traditional form of South Asian wrestling popular in India, also known as Pehlwani. Wrestlers usually meet in an Akhara, a "wrestling ground" which is a place of practice, with facilities for boarding, lodging and training.They serve both as training schools and an arena for wrestlers to compete against each other. Akhara is not limited only to physical activities, but also involves religious practices, particularly the worship of the god Hanuman.
857-90544 - Kushti is a traditional form of South Asian wrestling popular in India, also known as Pehlwani. Wrestlers usually meet in an Akhara, a "wrestling ground" which is a place of practice, with facilities for boarding, lodging and training.They serve both as training schools and an arena for wrestlers to compete against each other. Akhara is not limited only to physical activities, but also involves religious practices, particularly the worship of the god Hanuman.
857-90546 - Kushti is a traditional form of South Asian wrestling popular in India, also known as Pehlwani. Wrestlers usually meet in an Akhara, a "wrestling ground" which is a place of practice, with facilities for boarding, lodging and training.They serve both as training schools and an arena for wrestlers to compete against each other. Akhara is not limited only to physical activities, but also involves religious practices, particularly the worship of the god Hanuman.
857-90547 - Kushti is a traditional form of South Asian wrestling popular in India, also known as Pehlwani. Wrestlers usually meet in an Akhara, a "wrestling ground" which is a place of practice, with facilities for boarding, lodging and training.They serve both as training schools and an arena for wrestlers to compete against each other. Akhara is not limited only to physical activities, but also involves religious practices, particularly the worship of the god Hanuman.
832-378112 - Training, soccer event for children and young people from poor neighborhoods, Festival da Bola, social project of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, GIZ, German Federal Enterprise for International Cooperation, Salvador da Bahia