Festival of Death in Cambodia, a 15-day celebration that culminated in water buffalo riding, horse racing and traditional Khmer wrestling in Vihear Suor village about 30 miles from the capital city of Phnom Penh

Festival of Death in Cambodia, a 15-day celebration that culminated in water buffalo riding, horse racing and traditional Khmer wrestling in Vihear Suor village about 30 miles from the capital city of Phnom Penh

Water buffalo wedding in Thais province of Ayutthaya.  The prettiest are wed by arranged marriages with intentions of creating quality stock.

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Water buffalo wedding in Thais province of Ayutthaya. The prettiest are wed by arranged marriages with intentions of creating quality stock.

Cape Buffalo.     Yes, you at the back, can you just move a little to the right? And over here on the left, remember, if you can't see the camera, the camera can't see you.

Cape Buffalo. Yes, you at the back, can you just move a little to the right? And over here on the left, remember, if you can't see the camera, the camera can't see you.

Relatives, sharing. Wbcw Tdm, elder crystal child, alightfromwithin.org, Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy. Image carried this saying, "Water Buffalo, Serengeti"

Relatives, sharing. Wbcw Tdm, elder crystal child, alightfromwithin.org, Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy. Image carried this saying, "Water Buffalo, Serengeti"

"When we look at all the damage we've inflicted, it is easy to believe the Earth has been broken, the land is broken; but it is our relationship with the land that's broken and we have the power to change that.  We can choose to consume with honor from the Earth. We can choose to consume less. We can choose to understand the world as a gift and respond accordingly.  — Robin Wall Kimmerer, biologist and member of the Potawatomi Nation"

"When we look at all the damage we've inflicted, it is easy to believe the Earth has been broken, the land is broken; but it is our relationship with the land that's broken and we have the power to change that. We can choose to consume with honor from the Earth. We can choose to consume less. We can choose to understand the world as a gift and respond accordingly. — Robin Wall Kimmerer, biologist and member of the Potawatomi Nation"

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