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Labor Day

Labor Day is celebrated on the first Monday of September in the USA. It is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. This series of photographs shows people watching the annual Labor Day parade in downtown Toledo,OH. Nicknamed “The Glass City,” Toledo was once known for being the sight of manufacture for every single windshield installed in American-made cars. Along with Detroit and Flint, Toledo’s car industry decreased rapidly within the last 30 years. This decline has led many local automotive companies to close down their offices and factories. Labor Day was widely celebrated in Toledo on its heyday.

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Burma

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Les touristes à Versailles

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Indians

Indians are the people who make me smile a lot. You don’t need to speak the same language they speak unless you have a wide smile on your face. It is the best communication tool. Indians definitely understand the language of smile.People of the great smile.

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Shepherds

Every spring shepherds of Khinalyq village in the north of Azerbaijan are happy to come back home with their flock of sheep. They usually spend winter in the south of the country where there is enough vegetation.  Nobody would call them nomads there. They are simply shepherds.

Australia

Australia

Australia

Australia

Australia

Australia

Australia

Australia

Australia

Australia