Aymara woman shopping for red and yellow underwear on New Year's Eve, La Paz, Bolivia
In many parts of Latin America it is traditional for people to wear coloured underwear to see in the New Year. Red is generally supposed to bring the wearer love in the coming year, yellow money and good luck.
Photograph ID: NewYear2012D17
Photo © James Brunker, Magical Andes Photography 2012
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Photograph size: 21.6 Mpixels (61.8 MB uncompressed) - 5691x3794 pixels (18.9x12.6 in / 48.2x32.1 cm at 300 ppi)
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