Ornate Pharaoh: Abu Simbel

The entrance to the sandstone Temple of Rameses II at Abu Simbel. He reigned from 1279–13 BCE. Photo taken from the deck of the small ship cruising Lake Nasser, which was created when the Nile was dammed at Aswan. The entire temple complex was raised piece by piece to rescue it from rising waters. The rescue was part of an international effort to save the tombs and temples in Nubia from the rising lake.

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Singing for Her Supper

Maria von Rubberducky sings for a beer at the Hofbrauhaus in Munich

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Standing Out in a Crowd

Detail of art work hanging in Kaiser Permanente Anaheim lobby, glass and porcelain, Dance of Life, Irina Charny, 2012

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Trust

Dance Performance, Rolli Days, Genoa, Italy

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