Jaipur, India

Jaipur, India

 Justin Harris

Justin Harris

 Joseph

Joseph

 The Moustache Brothers are a comedy group based in Mandalay, Burma. They perform nightly shows that range from political satire to slapstick. The military didn’t find their jokes funny at a 1996 Independence Day celebration and jailed two of the brothers—Par Par Lay (center) and Lu Zaw (left)—for seven years. Despite the death of Par Par Lay in August 2013, Lu Maw (right) contiunes to run the show.

The Moustache Brothers are a comedy group based in Mandalay, Burma. They perform nightly shows that range from political satire to slapstick. The military didn’t find their jokes funny at a 1996 Independence Day celebration and jailed two of the brothers—Par Par Lay (center) and Lu Zaw (left)—for seven years. Despite the death of Par Par Lay in August 2013, Lu Maw (right) contiunes to run the show.

 Jock Laidlaw, Torres del Paine, Chile

Jock Laidlaw, Torres del Paine, Chile

 Ang, India

Ang, India

 Fruit stand in Trinidad, Cuba

Fruit stand in Trinidad, Cuba

 Madison Chase

Madison Chase

 Fisherman Aung Soe struggles to support his wife and five children on a 3,500-3,000 baht ($110-95 USD)/month. Fourteen years ago, he left Burma in search of better economic conditions in Thailand and still struggles to support his family.

Fisherman Aung Soe struggles to support his wife and five children on a 3,500-3,000 baht ($110-95 USD)/month. Fourteen years ago, he left Burma in search of better economic conditions in Thailand and still struggles to support his family.

 The Avett Brothers

The Avett Brothers

 Miles Walls

Miles Walls

 Kim Beatty

Kim Beatty

  Joe Mazurek carves a headboard out of a peice of maghony at his shop in Camden, S.C. He uses 18th century construction techniques to build furniture.

Joe Mazurek carves a headboard out of a peice of maghony at his shop in Camden, S.C. He uses 18th century construction techniques to build furniture.

 A Burmese land mine survivor in Mae Samlit village, Thailand

A Burmese land mine survivor in Mae Samlit village, Thailand

 Bangla Sahib Sikh Temple, Delhi, India

Bangla Sahib Sikh Temple, Delhi, India

 Bagan, Burma

Bagan, Burma

 Tibetan activist and writer Tenzin Tsundue is known for his darig protests including scaling 14 floors of a Mumbai hotel to unveil a "Free Tibet" banner in 2005.

Tibetan activist and writer Tenzin Tsundue is known for his darig protests including scaling 14 floors of a Mumbai hotel to unveil a "Free Tibet" banner in 2005.

 Clarence Lee Shirrell and Stripes, the zebra

Clarence Lee Shirrell and Stripes, the zebra

 Sadie Batson

Sadie Batson

 Miles Walls

Miles Walls

 Madison Chase

Madison Chase

 Voodoo Lily, Acute Pain and Dixie Thrash of the Tragic City Rollers, Birmingham, Alabama

Voodoo Lily, Acute Pain and Dixie Thrash of the Tragic City Rollers, Birmingham, Alabama

 Robert Denlinger clicker trains wild mustangs at his farm in Greenup, Ky.

Robert Denlinger clicker trains wild mustangs at his farm in Greenup, Ky.

 Daniel

Daniel

 Vang Vieng, Laos

Vang Vieng, Laos

 Grammy-nomiated songwriter & musican Will Hoge

Grammy-nomiated songwriter & musican Will Hoge

 Maldives Wedding

Maldives Wedding

 Luang Prabang, Laos

Luang Prabang, Laos

 Joseph

Joseph

 Wolfmother

Wolfmother

 Jaipur, India
 Justin Harris
 Joseph
 The Moustache Brothers are a comedy group based in Mandalay, Burma. They perform nightly shows that range from political satire to slapstick. The military didn’t find their jokes funny at a 1996 Independence Day celebration and jailed two of the brothers—Par Par Lay (center) and Lu Zaw (left)—for seven years. Despite the death of Par Par Lay in August 2013, Lu Maw (right) contiunes to run the show.
 Jock Laidlaw, Torres del Paine, Chile
 Ang, India
 Fruit stand in Trinidad, Cuba
 Madison Chase
 Fisherman Aung Soe struggles to support his wife and five children on a 3,500-3,000 baht ($110-95 USD)/month. Fourteen years ago, he left Burma in search of better economic conditions in Thailand and still struggles to support his family.
 The Avett Brothers
 Miles Walls
 Kim Beatty
  Joe Mazurek carves a headboard out of a peice of maghony at his shop in Camden, S.C. He uses 18th century construction techniques to build furniture.
 A Burmese land mine survivor in Mae Samlit village, Thailand
 Bangla Sahib Sikh Temple, Delhi, India
 Bagan, Burma
 Tibetan activist and writer Tenzin Tsundue is known for his darig protests including scaling 14 floors of a Mumbai hotel to unveil a "Free Tibet" banner in 2005.
 Clarence Lee Shirrell and Stripes, the zebra
 Sadie Batson
 Miles Walls
 Madison Chase
 Voodoo Lily, Acute Pain and Dixie Thrash of the Tragic City Rollers, Birmingham, Alabama
 Robert Denlinger clicker trains wild mustangs at his farm in Greenup, Ky.
 Daniel
 Vang Vieng, Laos
 Grammy-nomiated songwriter & musican Will Hoge
 Maldives Wedding
 Luang Prabang, Laos
 Joseph
 Wolfmother

Jaipur, India

Justin Harris

Joseph

The Moustache Brothers are a comedy group based in Mandalay, Burma. They perform nightly shows that range from political satire to slapstick. The military didn’t find their jokes funny at a 1996 Independence Day celebration and jailed two of the brothers—Par Par Lay (center) and Lu Zaw (left)—for seven years. Despite the death of Par Par Lay in August 2013, Lu Maw (right) contiunes to run the show.

Jock Laidlaw, Torres del Paine, Chile

Ang, India

Fruit stand in Trinidad, Cuba

Madison Chase

Fisherman Aung Soe struggles to support his wife and five children on a 3,500-3,000 baht ($110-95 USD)/month. Fourteen years ago, he left Burma in search of better economic conditions in Thailand and still struggles to support his family.

The Avett Brothers

Miles Walls

Kim Beatty

Joe Mazurek carves a headboard out of a peice of maghony at his shop in Camden, S.C. He uses 18th century construction techniques to build furniture.

A Burmese land mine survivor in Mae Samlit village, Thailand

Bangla Sahib Sikh Temple, Delhi, India

Bagan, Burma

Tibetan activist and writer Tenzin Tsundue is known for his darig protests including scaling 14 floors of a Mumbai hotel to unveil a "Free Tibet" banner in 2005.

Clarence Lee Shirrell and Stripes, the zebra

Sadie Batson

Miles Walls

Madison Chase

Voodoo Lily, Acute Pain and Dixie Thrash of the Tragic City Rollers, Birmingham, Alabama

Robert Denlinger clicker trains wild mustangs at his farm in Greenup, Ky.

Daniel

Vang Vieng, Laos

Grammy-nomiated songwriter & musican Will Hoge

Maldives Wedding

Luang Prabang, Laos

Joseph

Wolfmother

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