Julio cesar

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This lil' guy walked into frame while I was trying to line up my perfectly symmetrical road 'Gram. So rude! #photobombed

Pantone anuncia el Informe del Color para el otoño 2015

<b>Pantone ha dado a conocer su Informe anual en el que indica los colores que serán tendencia en el otoño 2015. El Pantone 16-0110 Salvia del desierto,</b> …

#Yemen, the poorest country in the #MiddleEast, was once described as the Happy Arabia. Now it’s a war-torn land, often met with bombings and rebellions. Amid all the war and politics, it’s easy to lose sight of the actual place — a breathtakingly #beautiful country rich with history. Here, a Yemeni man stands atop the #JebelShugruf village in the #Haraz mountains. Click the link in our profile to see more photographs. (Image: Corbis, Arne Hodalic)

🏆F O T O D E L D I A🏆 Felicitaciones @lydardila Continúen etiquetando sus fotos con el Tag #igerscolombia mostrando lo más lindo y diverso de nuestro país para que puedan ser seleccionados como foto del día. Foto seleccionada por @diegonzalez 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆 =================================

Mas barrio y mas montañas

Mar 27, 2015 at 4:34am UTC

#Sunset in #California. #LA


@fdnyphotos #fdny #nyc #manhattan #newyork #explosion @topnewyorkphoto @instagram #igersofny #ig_americas #streetphotography #nypd #firstresponders @wsj John Taggart for The Wall Street Journal #wsjphotos

Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz Dhows loaded with fishermen head out from Quero Niuni in the Quirimbas Archipelago of #Mozambique. Hundreds of fishermen and their families have set up temporary residence on this islet of sand only a few hundred meters long. They are here to gain access to one of the last outer reefs in the #Quirimbas with large fish, as most of the coastal villages have taken all but the smallest fish. Quero Niuni has no water, and all drinking water comes from the mainland by sailboat, costing equivalent of $2 per 20 liter container, in a country where the average unskilled wage is about $4/ day. To get a fuller perspective on the Mozambique coast, go to @geosteinmetz