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L'arbre de pierre... by maximage

Posted on 2016-05-04

L"Arbol de Piedra" est une formation géomorphologigue due à l'érosion du vent.
Ce monument naturel s'élève dans un décor et paysage exceptionnel. Il est situé dans le désert Siloli, à l'entrée de la réserve nationale de faune andine Eduardo Avaroa dans le département de Potosí en Bolivie.

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Sunset on the Salar de Uyuni

Sunset on the Salar by Denise

Posted on 2016-11-06

Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia

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Dona Celia using the grinding stone

Using the grinding stone by Marj

Posted on 2014-02-04

Dona Celia started working from home baking cakes. She had a lot of success and would get called to do custom orders. Through word of mouth she has built her business up and now has a steady flow of events to cater. Not only has she brought her immediate family an added income but she has also created jobs for her daughter in laws, friends and sister.

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Poodnik

Poodnik / Shopkeeper by Vaido

Posted on 2018-04-26

An old lady is keeping a shop in a tiny village near Sucre, Bolivia.

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Laguna Colorada, Bolivia

Red Lagoon - Laguna Colorada, Bolivia, 4 by Vaido

Posted on 2018-02-18

Laguna Colorada (Red Lagoon) is a shallow salt lake in the southwest of the altiplano of Bolivia, close to the border with Chile.
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Laguna Colorada (punane laguun) on madal soolajärv Boliivia altiplanoks kutsutava platoo edelaosas Tšiili piiri lähedal.
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Bolivia @ October 2017

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The woman of the house

The woman of the house by Marj

Posted on 2014-01-23

Dona Celia is everyone's Mother, she is gentle and caring reaching out with warmth and sincerity. When we first met I was welcomed into the meeting and eating area of her home and invited to lunch. Over the 30 years that I have known her there have been many conversations, meals shared and advice given. For me Dona Celia is the feeling of home.

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Waste not want not

Waste not want not by Marj

Posted on 2014-12-10

My Mother grew up in Canada during the depression and if she ever noticed anyone at home being wasteful she’d give us a gentle reminder ‘waste not want not’. It helped make us think about how we used what we had. The Mamani’s never used this saying but how they lived brought ‘waste not want not’ to a new level.

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