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Fishmonger at Darajani Market | Stone Town, Zanzibar

Darajani market is Stone Town's biggest and busiest bazaar. If fish is what you're looking for, then you'll be spoilt for choice here.
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Taken at Hampton Court Flower Show.
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Oasis, California

Center-pivot irrigated crops in the unincorporated community of Oasis, California. I accidentally found Area 51 on Google Maps when I was trying to locate this photo. I was only about 100 miles out!
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Me editing my photos could hardly be called a spectator sport. This guy, on the other hand, has turned making art into an art form.
Vying for attention with contortionists, musicians and other street performers, Tony Vegas produces his paintings in frenzies of movement, sound and colour which draw sizeable crowds. He is seen here showing off a finished creation at the Fremont Street Experience.
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Cosy Reading Spot | Stone Town, Zanzibar
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A lovely day in Cirencester. Here's a view down Black Jack Street towards the Church of St. John the Baptist.
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I was drawn to the peeling paint and rust on this garage door, and only later when looking at Google Maps did I see that I had missed the little blue plaque right next to it. 
The plaque was erected by the Cirencester Civic Society and reads:  "23 Park Street. Formerly Henry Tanner's chapel, opened in 1854 for strict Baptists seceding from the Baptist Chapel in Coxwell Street".
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The London Eye at night, before it turned a sickly shade of Coca-Cola.
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Arusha's very own Rapid Roadside Assistance Unit™.

#streetphotography   #tanzania   #arusha   #africa   #photography  
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Weir Walkers | Levers Water Reservoir, the Lake District

These walkers waited for the ebbs in the flow of water over the weir on Levers Water reservoir to make their crossing. As I was trying to capture them crossing, I didn't have that luxury and as a result my socks got slightly wet...
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