Vendor Sells Rice Outside Mongolian Monastery; Women Practice Traditional Dances in Argentina; Children Draw in Sri Lanka; and more.
Tseveen Ravdan sells rice to people feeding pigeons outside of Gandantegchenlin Monastery, a central Mongolian Buddhist monastery in Ulaanbaatar.
Lucía Cejas, left, and Andrea Alonso practice Argentine folk dance at a weekly class in Buenos Aires, Argentina. “I love dancing. It’s my way of connecting,” Alonso says. “Nothing matters to me when I dance. I’m someone else.”
Children draw during an art contest to celebrate women’s lives without violence in Jaffna, Sri Lanka.
Carlos Manuel Gutiérrez Joaquín cuts José Manuel Valle Reyes’ hair in San Francisco, Nayarit, Mexico. Gutiérrez, who specializes in taper fade cuts, sets up his work area and serves his clients at a park.
A member of children’s dance ensemble Warm Spring performs during its first tour in Dalanzadgad, Umnugovi province, Mongolia.
A woman photographs a lion from an enclosed bus at Reino Animal in Otumba, State of Mexico. Reino Animal takes in animals that were abused by other zoos, private owners or circuses.
Aline Suárez del Real,
Seeniar Navarathinam cleans fishing nets in Mannar, Sri Lanka.