1116-51926 - View taken from behind of two women riding horses (Equus ferus caballus) traveling past acacia tree through the bush towards the hills at the Gabus Game Ranch at sunset; Otavi, Otjozondjupa, Namibia
1116-52241 - One woman paddling, one floating their yellow packraft boats downriver towards man in blue boat in background on a sunny, summer day on the Marsh Fork river; Brooks Range, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (NWR), Alaska, USA
1116-52205 - Travelers entering an ice tunnel while exploring the famous Franz Josef Glacier with its, blue ice caves, deep crevasses and tunnels that mark the ever changing ice formations; West Coast, New Zealand
1116-51936 - View taken from behind of a safari guide and women travelers standing in a parked jeep talking and looking out onto the savanna with binoculars on the Gabus Game Ranch at sunrise; Otavi, Otjozondjupa, Namibia
1350-3773 - Water sewer in Montpellier France
A symbol on the ground warns us that the Camino de Santiago Way of St. James also passes through Montpellier. The Via Tolosana is the Latin name for one of the four routes in France on the Camino de Santiago, the southernmost. It passes through Toulouse (in Spanish and Occitan, Tolosa, hence its name), but its meeting point and starting point is Arles.
1350-3794 - The Battle of the Year Breakdance and Hip Hop competition in Montpellier France.
Each year is a great time of Hip Hop culture lies ahead for the final of Battle of the Year, this Breakdance competition puts face to face the best crews of France. Beyond the competition, the Festival A change of direction means a whole week of evenings, debates, exhibitions, graffiti, and Bboy battles Bgirl...
1350-2070 - A parishioner at mass. The Evangelist Catholic Churc. 65 138th Street in harlem, New York, USA. Abyssinian Baptist Church, just across Malcolm X Boulevard (7th Ave), provide a more real than it is a Mass in Harlem, not so paraphernalia or gibberish vision. Located across from each other, offer Mass on Sunday morning at 9 and 11, with a more modest gospel choir and an infinitely smaller audience.