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HAITI/
RTR260XC
July 25, 2009
A Voodoo believer goes into a trance at a mass ritual during the Plain Du Nord Festival July 24, 2009....
PLAIN DU NORD, Haiti
A Voodoo believer goes into a trance at a mass ritual during the Plain Du Nord Festival
A Voodoo believer goes into a trance at a mass ritual during the Plain Du Nord Festival July 24, 2009. Thousands of believers sacrifice animals and pray in mud pools during the festival to ask the voodoo spirits for help with money, the future and children. REUTERS/ Eduardo Munoz (HAITI RELIGION SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
HAITI/
RTR260X4
July 25, 2009
A Voodoo believer attends a mass ceremony during the Plain Du Nord Festival July 24, 2009. Thousands...
PLAIN DU NORD, Haiti
A Voodoo believer attends a mass ceremony during the Plain Du Nord Festival
A Voodoo believer attends a mass ceremony during the Plain Du Nord Festival July 24, 2009. Thousands of believers sacrifice animals and pray in mud pools during the festival to ask the voodoo spirits for help with money, the future and children. REUTERS/ Eduardo Munoz (HAITI RELIGION SOCIETY)
HAITI/
RTR260WZ
July 25, 2009
A Voodoo believer goes into trance in a mass ceremony during the Plain Du Nord Festival July 24, 2009....
PLAIN DU NORD, Haiti
A Voodoo believer goes into trance in a mass ceremony during the Plain Du Nord Festival
A Voodoo believer goes into trance in a mass ceremony during the Plain Du Nord Festival July 24, 2009. Thousands of believers sacrifice animals and pray in mud pools during the festival to ask the voodoo spirits for help with money, the future and children. REUTERS/ Eduardo Munoz (HAITI RELIGION)
BENIN/
RTR2392B
January 10, 2009
Voodoo worshippers dance at the shore of Quidah beach during the annual voodoo festival in Benin January...
Benin, Benin
Voodoo worshippers dance at shore of Quidah beach during annual voodoo festival in Benin
Voodoo worshippers dance at the shore of Quidah beach during the annual voodoo festival in Benin January 10, 2009. The festival is celebrated every year in Benin to mark the symbolic point of no return from where hundreds of thousands of African slaves were taken to the western world. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye (BENIN)
Religion
Religion
Voodoo Believers Celebrate All Hallows - 02 Nov 2008
24 PICTURES
HAITI/
RTXA6QO
November 03, 2008
A believer, dressed as the Voodoo spirit Ghede, wash her body with alcohol mixed with peppers during...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
A Voodoo believer wash her body with alcohol mixed with peppers during a voodoo ceremony in a cemetery...
A believer, dressed as the Voodoo spirit Ghede, wash her body with alcohol mixed with peppers during a voodoo ceremony in a cemetery in Croix de Bouque November 2, 2008. Haitians celebrating All Hallows visit cemeteries to pay respects to the dead in a two-day national holiday that offers food, alcohol and flowers to Baron Samdi, the guardian of the dead in Voodoo. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (HAITI)
HAITI/
RTXA6QF
November 03, 2008
A Voodoo believer (C) goes into a trance during a voodoo ceremony in a cemetery in Croix de Bouquett...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
A Voodoo believer goes into a trance during a voodoo ceremony in a cemetery in Croix de Bouquet
A Voodoo believer (C) goes into a trance during a voodoo ceremony in a cemetery in Croix de Bouquett November 2, 2008. Haitians celebrating All Hallows visit cemeteries to pay respects to the dead in a two-day national holiday, during which people offer food, alcohol and flowers to Baron Samdi, the guardian of the dead in Voodoo. REUTERS/Kena Betancur (HAITI)
HAITI/
RTXA6QB
November 03, 2008
A believer, dressed as the Voodoo spirit Ghede, goes into a trance during a ceremony inside a cemetery...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
A believer, dressed as the Voodoo spirit Ghede, goes into a trance during a ceremony inside a cemetery...
A believer, dressed as the Voodoo spirit Ghede, goes into a trance during a ceremony inside a cemetery in Petion Ville November 2, 2008. Haitians celebrating All Hallows visit cemeteries to pay respects to the dead in a two-day national holiday, during which people offer food, alcohol and flowers to Baron Samdi, the guardian of the dead in Voodoo. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (HAITI)
TOGO/
RTR21S4H
August 28, 2008
A "Guin" voodoo priest attends the Epe Ekpe voodoo festival in Glidji, 45 km (28 miles) east of Togo's...
GLIDJI, Togo
A "Guin" voodoo priest attends Epe Ekpe voodoo festival in Glidji
A "Guin" voodoo priest attends the Epe Ekpe voodoo festival in Glidji, 45 km (28 miles) east of Togo's capital Lome, August 28, 2008. REUTERS/Noel Kokou Tadegnon (TOGO)

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HAITI/
RTX84WE
July 26, 2008
A voodoo believer prays during a ceremony in the sea in the town of Limonade in Cap Haitien July 25,...
LIMONADE, Haiti
A voodoo believer prays during a ceremony in the sea in the town of Limonade in Cap Haitien
A voodoo believer prays during a ceremony in the sea in the town of Limonade in Cap Haitien July 25, 2008. Believers in north Haiti sacrifice animals and pray in mud pools, the sea and churches during the weeklong festival to ask the voodoo spirits for help with money, their future and children. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (HAITI)
Culture
Culture
Voodoo Ceremony in Haiti - 26 Jul 2008
21 PICTURES
HAITI/
RTX83IF
July 24, 2008
A pig is seen tied to a post during the Plain Du Nord Festival July 23, 2008. Believers sacrifice animals...
PLAINE DU NORD, Haiti
A pig is seen tied to a post during the Plain Du Nord Festival
A pig is seen tied to a post during the Plain Du Nord Festival July 23, 2008. Believers sacrifice animals and pray in mud pools during the festival to ask the voodoo spirits for help with money, the future and children. Picture taken July 23, 2008. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (HAITI)
HAITI/
RTX83IA
July 24, 2008
A Haitian voodoo believer poses for a photograph in a voodoo ceremony during the Plain Du Nord Festival...
PLAINE DU NORD, Haiti
A Haitian voodoo believer poses for a photograph in a voodoo ceremony during the Plain Du Nord Festival...
A Haitian voodoo believer poses for a photograph in a voodoo ceremony during the Plain Du Nord Festival July 24, 2008. Believers sacrifice animals and pray in mud pools during the festival to ask the voodoo spirits for help with money, the future and children. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (HAITI)
HAITI/
RTX83I3
July 24, 2008
A voodoo believer holds up a knife after sacrificing a goat during the Plain Du Nord Festival July 24,...
PLAINE DU NORD, Haiti
A voodoo believer holds up a knife after sacrificing a goat during the Plain Du Nord Festival
A voodoo believer holds up a knife after sacrificing a goat during the Plain Du Nord Festival July 24, 2008. Believers sacrifice animals and pray in a mud pool during the festival to ask the voodoo spirits for help with money, the future and children. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (HAITI)
HAITI/
RTX83F4
July 24, 2008
A goat is sacrificed by Voodoo believers in a ceremony during the Plain Du Nord Festival July 24, 2008....
PLAINE DU NORD, Haiti
A goat is sacrificed by Voodoo believers in a ceremony during the Plain Du Nord Festival
A goat is sacrificed by Voodoo believers in a ceremony during the Plain Du Nord Festival July 24, 2008. Believers sacrifice animals and pray in mud pools during the festival to ask the voodoo spirits for help with money, the future and children. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (HAITI)
HAITI/
RTX8081
July 17, 2008
Voodoo believers attend an annual festival in the town of Saut D'Eau July 16, 2008. Hundreds of thousands...
Saut D'eau, Haiti
Voodoo believers attend an annual festival in the town of Saut D'Eau
Voodoo believers attend an annual festival in the town of Saut D'Eau July 16, 2008. Hundreds of thousands gather every year for the three-day event, during which they bathe in a waterfall in the town as they believe it cleanses their souls. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (HAITI)
HAITI/
RTX807V
July 17, 2008
A Haitian climbs up rocks leading to a waterfall as voodoo believers attend an annual festival in the...
Saut D'eau, Haiti
A Haitian climbs up rocks leading to a waterfall as voodoo believers attend an annual festival in the...
A Haitian climbs up rocks leading to a waterfall as voodoo believers attend an annual festival in the town of Saut D'Eau July 16, 2008. Hundreds of thousands gather every year for the three-day event, during which they bathe in the waterfall as they believe it cleanses their souls. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (HAITI)
HAITI/
RTX807M
July 17, 2008
Voodoo believers take part in an annual festival at a waterfall in the town of Saut D'Eau July 16, 2008....
Saut D'eau, Haiti
Voodoo believers take part in an annual festival at a waterfall in the town of Saut D'Eau
Voodoo believers take part in an annual festival at a waterfall in the town of Saut D'Eau July 16, 2008. Hundreds of thousands gather every year for the three-day event, during which they bathe in the waterfall as they believe it cleanses their souls. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (HAITI)
COLOMBIA/
RTX71SP
June 17, 2008
A fake Voodoo doll of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen in a store in the north of Bogota June...
Bogota, Colombia
A fake Voodoo doll of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen in a store in the north of Bogota
A fake Voodoo doll of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen in a store in the north of Bogota June 17,2008. The Chavez doll, sold in a Bogota designer store, and action figures of Colombian President Alvaro Uribe are the latest figures inspired by politics in Venezuela and Colombia. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA)
BIRDFLU-BENIN/VOODOO
RTX5F5W
January 10, 2008
Voodoo practitioners celebrate Voodoo day in Porto Novo, Benin January 10, 2008. Sacrificing chickens...
PORTO NOVO, Benin
Voodoo practitioners celebrate Voodoo day in Porto Novo in Benin
Voodoo practitioners celebrate Voodoo day in Porto Novo, Benin January 10, 2008. Sacrificing chickens in a spray of blood, Benin's traditional priests celebrated Voodoo Day on Thursday and declared their ancient religion would protect them from risk of infection by the deadly H5N1 bird flu virus. Benin last month announced at least two cases of bird flu in poultry which tests in Europe confirmed were of the deadly H5N1 strain that can be fatal to humans, but the faithful said their religions would protect them from disease during ritual sacrifices of birds. REUTERS/Charles Tossou (BENIN)
BIRDFLU-BENIN/VOODOO
RTX5F5T
January 10, 2008
Voodoo practitioners celebrate Voodoo day in Porto Novo, Benin January 10, 2008. Sacrificing chickens...
PORTO NOVO, Benin
Voodoo practitioners celebrate Voodoo day in Porto Novo in Benin
Voodoo practitioners celebrate Voodoo day in Porto Novo, Benin January 10, 2008. Sacrificing chickens in a spray of blood, Benin's traditional priests celebrated Voodoo Day on Thursday and declared their ancient religion would protect them from risk of infection by the deadly H5N1 bird flu virus. Benin last month announced at least two cases of bird flu in poultry which tests in Europe confirmed were of the deadly H5N1 strain that can be fatal to humans, but the faithful said their religions would protect them from disease during ritual sacrifices of birds. REUTERS/Charles Tossou (BENIN)
BIRDFLU-BENIN/VOODOO
RTX5F5R
January 10, 2008
Voodoo practitioners celebrate Voodoo day in Porto Novo, Benin January 10, 2008. Sacrificing chickens...
PORTO NOVO, Benin
Voodoo practitioners celebrate Voodoo day at Porto Novo in Benin
Voodoo practitioners celebrate Voodoo day in Porto Novo, Benin January 10, 2008. Sacrificing chickens in a spray of blood, Benin's traditional priests celebrated Voodoo Day on Thursday and declared their ancient religion would protect them from risk of infection by the deadly H5N1 bird flu virus. REUTERS/Charles Tossou (BENIN)
BENIN-BIRDFLU/
RTX4WDP
December 20, 2007
A voodoo practitioner dances while holding knives during a ceremony in which blood from chickens and...
Cotonou, Benin
A voodoo practitioner dances while holding knives during a ceremony in Cotonou
A voodoo practitioner dances while holding knives during a ceremony in which blood from chickens and animals is collected to be splashed on amulets and fetishes in Cotonou, December 19, 2007. Benin, the home of ritual Voodoo sacrifice, became the latest in a string of West African states to report cases of H5N1 bird flu after laboratory tests confirmed the deadly virus on two poultry farms. Benin's immediate neighbours, Nigeria, Togo, Niger and Burkina Faso, have all reported H5N1 cases. Other regional states hit include Ghana, Ivory Coast and Cameroon. Picture taken December 19, 2007. REUTERS/Charles Placide Tossou (BENIN)
BENIN-BIRDFLU/
RTX4WDA
December 20, 2007
A voodoo practitioner blows a whistle during a ceremony in which blood from chickens and animals is collected...
Cotonou, Benin
A voodoo practitioner blows a whistle during a ceremony during a ceremony in Cotonou
A voodoo practitioner blows a whistle during a ceremony in which blood from chickens and animals is collected to be splashed on amulets and fetishes in Cotonou, December 19, 2007. Benin, the home of ritual Voodoo sacrifice, became the latest in a string of West African states to report cases of H5N1 bird flu after laboratory tests confirmed the deadly virus on two poultry farms. Benin's immediate neighbours, Nigeria, Togo, Niger and Burkina Faso, have all reported H5N1 cases. Other regional states hit include Ghana, Ivory Coast and Cameroon. Picture taken December 19, 2007. REUTERS/Charles Placide Tossou (BENIN)
BENIN-BIRDFLU/
RTX4WCN
December 20, 2007
Blood from a goat is collected in pots to be later splashed on amulets and fetishes during a voodoo ceremony...
Cotonou, Benin
Blood from a goat is collected in pots to be later splashed on amulets and fetishes during a voodoo ceremony...
Blood from a goat is collected in pots to be later splashed on amulets and fetishes during a voodoo ceremony in Cotonou, December 19, 2007. Benin, the home of ritual Voodoo sacrifice, became the latest in a string of West African states to report cases of H5N1 bird flu after laboratory tests confirmed the deadly virus on two poultry farms. Benin's immediate neighbours, Nigeria, Togo, Niger and Burkina Faso, have all reported H5N1 cases. Other regional states hit include Ghana, Ivory Coast and Cameroon. Picture taken December 19, 2007. REUTERS/Charles Placide Tossou (BENIN)
Culture
Culture
Voodoo Festival - 25 Jul 2007
9 PICTURES
HAITI/
RTR1S8TS
July 25, 2007
A believer holds his child for a bath in a mud-pool during a voodoo festival at the village of Plaine...
Cap-Haitien, Haiti
A believer holds his child for a bath in a mud-pool during a voodoo festival at the village of Plaine...
A believer holds his child for a bath in a mud-pool during a voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de Nord in Cap-Haitien July 25, 2007. Hundreds of voodoo believers are in Plaine Du Nord to celebrate the annual festival. REUTERS/ Kena Betancur (HAITI)
HAITI/
RTR1S7WS
July 25, 2007
A believer smokes tobacco during Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de Nord in Cap-Haitien July...
Cap-Haitien, Haiti
A believer smokes tobacco during Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de Nord in Cap-Haitien
A believer smokes tobacco during Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de Nord in Cap-Haitien July 24, 2007. Hundreds of Voodoo believers are in Plaine Du Nord to celebrate the annual festival. REUTERS/ Kena Betancur (HAITI)
HAITI/
RTR1S7WQ
July 25, 2007
Believers celebrate Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de Nord in Cap-Haitien July 24, 2007. Hundreds...
Cap-Haitien, Haiti
Believers celebrate Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de Nord in Cap-Haitien
Believers celebrate Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de Nord in Cap-Haitien July 24, 2007. Hundreds of Voodoo believers are in Plaine Du Nord to celebrate the annual festival. REUTERS/ Kena Betancur (HAITI)
HAITI/
RTR1S7WE
July 25, 2007
A believer prepares to sacrifice a cow during a Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de Nord in Cap-Haitien,...
Cap-Haitien, Haiti
A believer prepares to sacrifice a cow during a Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de Nord in Cap-Haitien...
A believer prepares to sacrifice a cow during a Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de Nord in Cap-Haitien, July 24, 2007. Hundreds of Voodoo believers are in Plaine Du Nord to celebrate the annual festival. REUTERS/ Kena Betancur (HAITI)
HAITI/
RTR1S7WC
July 25, 2007
A believer prepares to sacrifice a cow during a Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de Nord in Cap-Haitien,...
Cap-Haitien, Haiti
A believer prepares to sacrifice a cow during a Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de Nord in Cap-Haitien...
A believer prepares to sacrifice a cow during a Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de Nord in Cap-Haitien, July 24, 2007. Hundreds of Voodoo believers are in Plaine Du Nord to celebrate the annual festival. REUTERS/ Kena Betancur (HAITI)
HAITI/
RTR1N9BC
March 09, 2007
Voodoo believers dance next to a improvised voodoo altar during International Woman's Day in Port-au-Prince...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
Voodoo believers dance next to a improvised voodoo altar during International Woman's Day in Port-au-Prince...
Voodoo believers dance next to a improvised voodoo altar during International Woman's Day in Port-au-Prince March 8 , 2007. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (HAITI)
Religion
Religion
Voodoo Day Celebrations in Benin - 11 Jan 2007
15 PICTURES
BENIN-VOODOO/
RTR1L36D
January 11, 2007
A voodoo practitioner chants and dances during the Voodoo Day celebrations in Ouidah January 10, 2007....
Ouidah, Benin
A voodoo practitioner chants and dances during the Voodoo Day celebrations in Ouidah
A voodoo practitioner chants and dances during the Voodoo Day celebrations in Ouidah January 10, 2007. Thousands of people from all over Benin gather in Ouidah, a former slave port on the Atlantic Ocean, 40 km (25 miles) from Cotonou, Benin's capital city, revered as the cradle of voodoo and offer prayers and sacrifices to their gods. About 60% of the country's 6.3 million people practice voodoo. Picture taken January 10, 2007. REUTERS/Charles Tossou (BENIN)
Culture
Culture
Voodoo Believers in Haiti Cemeteries - 02 Nov 2006
17 PICTURES
HAITI
RTR1IXS7
November 02, 2006
A believer dressed as Gede the spirit of death smokes a cigarette at a cemetery in Port-au-Prince November...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
A believer dressed as Gede the spirit of death smokes a cigarette at a cemetery in Port-au-Prince
A believer dressed as Gede the spirit of death smokes a cigarette at a cemetery in Port-au-Prince November 2, 2006. Haitians celebrating All Hallows visit cemeteries to pay respects to the dead in a two-day national holiday that offers food, alcohol and flowers to Baron Samdi, the guardian of the dead in Voodoo. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (HAITI) Also see image: GF2DUWMTRIAB
TOGO
RTR1HCRL
September 15, 2006
A priest from the Togolese Guen tribe blesses voodoo followers with holy water during the annual Epe...
GLIDJI, Togo
A priest from the Togolese Guen tribe blesses voodoo followers with holy water during the annual Epe...
A priest from the Togolese Guen tribe blesses voodoo followers with holy water during the annual Epe Ekpe festival in Glidji village, 30 miles (48 km) from Togo's capital city of Lome, September 14, 2006. The highlight of the festival is the sacred stone, which is sought by a priest within a sacred walled-in forest. The stone's colour portends the fortunes of the coming year. Picture taken September 14, 2006. REUTERS/Noel Kokou Tadegnon (TOGO)
Culture
Culture
Voodoo Festival in Haiti - 24 Jul 2006
17 PICTURES
HAITI VOODOO
RTR1FQXA
July 23, 2006
A Haitian man walks in front of religious images during an annual Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine...
Cap-Haitien, Haiti
A Haitian man walks in front of religious images during an annual Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine...
A Haitian man walks in front of religious images during an annual Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de Nord in Cap-Haitie July 22, 2006. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
TOGO
RTR1CE5K
April 10, 2006
A Togolese voodoo follower bites a slaughtered ram's head during a ritual to welcome the new voodoo chief...
multiple cities, Togo
Togolese voodoo follower bites slaughtered ram's head during ritual at Vogan north of Togo's capital...
A Togolese voodoo follower bites a slaughtered ram's head during a ritual to welcome the new voodoo chief priest Augustin Assiobo Gnagblodjro at Vogan, 60 km (37 miles) north of Togo's capital Lome, April, 9, 2006. Assiobo, 40, was chosen as the chief priest three years ago, according to voodoo traditions, after the death of his father Togbe Gnagblodjro. Gnagblodjro was the voodoo chief 10 years ago. Picture taken April 9, 2006. REUTERS/Noel Kokou Tadegnon.
HAITI VOODOO
RTR696X
March 27, 2005
Followers of voodoo sing and flail about in trances inside a sacred pool during a ritual at a temple...
Souvenance, Haiti
Voodoo follwers are seen in trances inside a sacred pool in haiti.
Followers of voodoo sing and flail about in trances inside a sacred pool during a ritual at a temple in Souvenance, near Gonaives in Haiti, March 27, 2005. The Souvenance temple is the only temple dedicated to the Dahomey branch of Haitian voodoo and celebrations are carried out over a week beginning on Good Friday, with rituals involving dancing, singing and offerings to the voodoo "lwa" or spirits. Pilgrims and believers come from all over the country as well as from the U.S. and Canada. Pictures of the Month March 2005 REUTERS/Daniel Morel DM/PEK
HAITI CARNIVAL
RTRMQKV
February 08, 2005
A group of Vodou dancers sing and dance during a procession on the last day of Carnival, in Port-au-Prince,...
Port-Au-Prince, UNITED STATES
Vodou dancers sing and dance during Carnival in Haiti.
A group of Vodou dancers sing and dance during a procession on the last day of Carnival, in Port-au-Prince, February 8, 2005. Many of the traditional costumes and dancers in Haiti's carnival are drawn from the country's Vodou religion and tradition. REUTERS/Daniel Morel DM/GN
Haitian Vodou priestess blesses carnival group
RTRMN1C
February 07, 2005
A Mambo (Vodou priestess) blesses the Fashion Matte street band with a ceremony involving rum and fire...
Port-Au-Prince, UNITED STATES
Haitian Vodou priestess blesses carnival group.
A Mambo (Vodou priestess) blesses the Fashion Matte street band with a ceremony involving rum and fire before the band goes out to join the procession on the second evening of Haiti's three-day carnival celebrations in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on February 7, 2005. Carnival got off to a rocky start yesterday when four policemen were gunned down as they assisted a broken down float near the airport. Today is the 13th anniversary of the inauguration of former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, who was elected in the country's first-ever democratic elections in 1990 and inaugurated on February 7, 1991. He resigned from his second term on February 29, 2004, after a wide-spread uprising. REUTERS/Daniel Morel DM
VOODOO
RTXGGBC
October 18, 1996
Donald Cosentino, curator of the "Sacred Arts of Haitian Vodou" exhibit, stands in the "flag" room at...
Donald Cosentino, curator of the "Sacred Arts of Haitian Vodou" exhibit, stands in the "flag" room a.....
Donald Cosentino, curator of the "Sacred Arts of Haitian Vodou" exhibit, stands in the "flag" room at the Miami Center for the Fine Arts. The flags, adorned with sequins and beads are paraded around the temple at the beginning of a voodoo ceremony to honor the spirits. The first-ever touring exhibit on Haitian Voodoo is scheduled to make stops in several major cities in the U.S. before ending it's tour in New York. Photo taken October 18.
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