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A Thai Xylophonist

A little boy playing a xylophone
A little boy playing a xylophone on the streets of Bangkok, Thailand.

Eyes on me!

Rabbi Aryeh Deri, head of SHAS, Minister of the Economy and Minister of the Development of the Negev and Galilee, at SHAS election rally in Mar 2015.

Basking in the sun

Hippodrome of Caesaria, Israel
This one is from June 2010, taken at the hippodrome of Caesaria, Israel. The 2000 years old hippodrome was built by Herod for the Roman chariot races.

Street Muse

A Russian accordionist playing at the Piazza Navona in Rome, Italy
A Russian accordionist playing at the Piazza Navona in Rome, Italy.

Swiss Guards

Swiss Guards
The Pontifical Swiss Guards of the Holy See in the official dress uniforms. The Swiss Guard is the de facto military force of Vatican City and the oldest (over 500 years) standing active military unit. There are about 135 men in the force, all - single Catholic Swiss males, not shorter than 174 cm.

Gendarmerie Mobile

Gendarmerie Mobile
The Gendarmerie Mobile is a subdivision of the French Gendarmerie, used mostly in riot-control. The guys on the picture are making sure that the law abiding Parisians and the clueless tourists do not come in contact with the traditional annual National Front "Jeanne d'Arc" rally, which you can see in the background.

Uniformed couples

Uniformed couples
Two Israeli border policewomen and two arab cleaning boys on a smoking break in Jerusalem's Mamilla Mall.

What do women think about?

A little Tokyo girl thinking
Unlike boys, girls start thinking pretty early - it is an evolutionary trait really. In a battle or a hunt the men needed to act instinctively - thinking could get you killed. Women on the other hand, had to compensate for the stupidity of men, to survive as species. That's why women, from an early age, always calculate, always plot plan for the future and generally tell men what to do.

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