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Owner Nicole Graham works with volunteers from CFA and SES tries to dig out her horse 'Astro' who became stuck up to his neck in mud at Avalon Beach

Owner Nicole Graham works with volunteers from CFA and SES tries to dig out her horse “Astro” who became stuck up to his neck in mud at Avalon Beach on February 26, 2012 in Geelong, Australia. The tide was fast-rising, but the rescuers managed to get him out in time. (Photo by Peter Ristevski/Newspix)
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01 Mar 2012 09:57:00
Participants take part in the Mud Day race, a 13km obstacle course, on March 24, 2017 in the Israeli Mediterranean coastal city of Tel Aviv. (Photo by Jack Guez/AFP Photo)

Participants take part in the Mud Day race, a 13km obstacle course, on March 24, 2017 in the Israeli Mediterranean coastal city of Tel Aviv. (Photo by Jack Guez/AFP Photo)
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25 Mar 2017 08:08:00
Festival-goers enjoy the mud during the annual Boryeong Mud Festival at Daecheon Beach on July 18, 2015 in Boryeong, South Korea. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

Festival-goers enjoy the mud during the annual Boryeong Mud Festival at Daecheon Beach on July 18, 2015 in Boryeong, South Korea. The mud, which is believed to have benefical effects on the skin due to its mineral content, is sourced from mud flats near Boryeong and transported to the beach by truck. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)
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19 Jul 2015 10:05:00
Labourers stack dried bricks inside a kiln, where they will be fired, at a brick factory on the outskirt of Sanaa, Yemen, June 1, 2016. (Photo by Mohamed al-Sayaghi/Reuters)

Labourers stack dried bricks inside a kiln, where they will be fired, at a brick factory on the outskirt of Sanaa, Yemen, June 1, 2016. Traditional mud brick tower houses have always been a source of pride to Yemenis, and over a year into a devastating civil war, they are also providing some much-needed jobs in the ancient capital Sanaa. (Photo by Mohamed al-Sayaghi/Reuters)
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27 Jul 2016 09:23:00
Revelers participate in the traditional Bloco da Lama (Mud block) carnival in Parati, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil, on February 9, 2013. The event, which was begun by two men in a playful manner in 1986, has now become a traditional carnival in which participants disguised as primitives with rags, lianas or skulls and bones, dive in the mud. (Photo by Victor Moriyama/AFP Photo)

Revelers participate in the traditional Bloco da Lama (Mud block) carnival in Parati, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil, on February 9, 2013. The event, which was begun by two men in a playful manner in 1986, has now become a traditional carnival in which participants disguised as primitives with rags, lianas or skulls and bones, dive in the mud. (Photo by Victor Moriyama/AFP Photo)
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12 Feb 2013 14:10:00
Mud Makes Man By Alejandro Maestre Gasteazi

31-year-old Alejandro Maestre Gasteazi has created an incredibly interesting photographic series about the struggle of an artist. First, though, you may be asking yourself these questions: Exactly, what are we looking at? How did the photographer achieve this strange, sculpture-like illusion?

Gasteazi asked his friend Julián to cover himself with a mixture of blue paint and mud. He then photographed Julián at various stages. Later, in Photoshop, Gasteazi cut around his subject's body to make him appear like a floating sculpture.
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06 Jun 2015 09:18:00
Festival-goers take a bath in a mud pool during the 20th Boryeong Mud Festival on Daecheon beach in Boryeong City, some 190 kilometers west of Seoul, South Korea, 22 July 2017. (Photo by Jeon Heon-Kyun/EPA/EFE)

Festival-goers take a bath in a mud pool during the 20th Boryeong Mud Festival on Daecheon beach in Boryeong City, some 190 kilometers west of Seoul, South Korea, 22 July 2017. Tourists flock to the area to experience the beneficial properties of the Boryeong mud, as well as for a variety of entertainment events. The festival runs from 21 until 30 July. (Photo by Jeon Heon-Kyun/EPA/EFE)
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25 Jul 2017 09:36:00
Festival goers plays in mud during the 15th Annual Boryeong Mud Festival at Daecheon beach in Boryeong, southwest of Seoul

Festival goers plays in mud during the 15th Annual Boryeong Mud Festival at Daecheon beach in Boryeong, about 190 km (118 miles) southwest of Seoul, July 15, 2012. About 2 to 3 million domestic and international tourists visit the beach during the annual mud festival, according to the festival organisation. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun)
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16 Jul 2012 08:45:00