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Lt. Col. Richard D. Heyward, left, of Illinois and Sgt. Nick Wysong of Washington keep watch as the 2nd Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment, crosses the desert lands.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times

The Washington Monument is reflected in the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool on a summer day.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg

Flood victims peer out from a helicopter on its way to Jacobabad.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Paula Bronstein / Getty Images

Fareeha Abaoag reads the Koran at the Islamic Center of Southern California during the holy month of Ramadan.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Damian Dovarganes / Associated Press

Foluke Akinradewo, center, of the U.S. team, guards the net during a FIVB World Grand Prix women's volleyball match against Germany.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: BOBBY YIP / Reuters

Vera Zvonareva of Russia serves to Kim Clijsters of Belgium during the Rogers Cup at Uniprix Stadium.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Matthew Stockman / Getty Images

Window cleaners brave great heights of an office building.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ALY SONG / Reuters

A woman sleeps among ethernet cables at an IT shop.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PHILIPPE LOPEZ / AFP/Getty Images

Kittens sit in a woman's lap.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: VIKTOR DRACHEV / AFP/Getty Images

A wind turbine turns at sunset.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Andreas Rentz / Getty Images

Traffic and city lights surround the Deshengmen Embrasure Watchtower.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JASON LEE / Reuters

Emily Selig of Australia competes in the women's 200-meter breaststroke at the Youth Olympic Games.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Wong Maye-E / Associated Press

A young Palestinian woman prays during the second Friday of the holy month of Ramadan at a mosque in the West Bank cit. Ramadan is a month of abstinence during which Muslims must refrain from eating, smoking and sexual relations during daylight hours.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Saif Dahlah / AFP/Getty Images

A boy swims in the polluted waters of the river Sabarmati to dive for offerings thrown in by worshippers in the western Indian city. In recent years, the religious festivals and customs in India have come under increasing scrutiny as public awareness of environmental issues grows.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Amit Dave / Reuters

Pakistanis crowd around a Pakistan Army helicopter during a drop of much needed food supplies to the flood encircled village of Tul in southern Pakistan.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kevin Frayer / Associated Press

Rescuers clear off sludge in mudslide-hit Puladi township in southwest China's Yunnan province. China struggled to cope with widespread storms that left dozens missing and presumed dead Thursday as rescuers cleaned up a mudslide-stricken town.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Lin Yiguang / Xinhua News

A man feeds a piece of bread to catfish in the Gadisar Lake at Jaisalmer in the desert Indian state of Rajasthan. The man-made lake was built as a reservoir in the 14th century and is now home to catfish who are fed by tourists and devotees praying at nearby temples.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Krishnedu Halder / Reuters

Tens of small fish give a woman a pedicure at a new spa in San Sebastian, Spain. The spa is one of the few centers in Spain that offers natural pedicures with these small toothless fish called garra rufa, which eat callus, dead skin cells.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Javier Etxezarreta / EFE

People have breakfast next to boats selling fish sandwiches during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MURAD SEZER / Reuters

A man on the roof of his house is surrounded by floodwaters as a helicopter above creates a whirlwind, blowing some of the furniture away.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kevin Frayer / Associated Press

Fenerbahce soccer fans root for the Turkish team during a playoff round in the first leg of a Europa League match against Greece's PAOK.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Nikolas Giakoumidis / Associated Press

Firefighters try to extinguish a blaze that killed five people. Violence erupted after a leader of the Awami National Party was shot dead.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ASIF HASSAN / AFP/Getty Images

An Intel Corp. Pentium 4 computer chip wafer is displayed at the company's headquarters.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Tony Avelar / Bloomberg

A young mountain gorilla from the Kabirizi family clings to its mother in Virunga National Park, just north of the eastern Congolese city of Goma. The world's remaining 720 wild mountain gorillas live along the volcanic range straddling the Rwandan, Congolese and Ugandan borders.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: FINBARR O'REILLY / Reuters

A life-size Elvis Presley statue is among the items belonging to former Illinois Gov. Rod R. Blagojevich that were auctioned off to help pay his debts.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Stacey Westcott / Chicago Tribune

Crash-test dummies on display at a new crash-simulation facility.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Bill Pugliano / Getty Images

A U.S. egg producer has recalled more than 200 million eggs thought to be contaminated with salmonella. Hundreds of people have become sick, the Food and Drug Administration says.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SAUL LOEB / AFP/Getty Images

Matthew Carter beats the summer heat with a swim in the San Marcos River.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Michael Paulsen / Houston Chronicle/Associated Press

New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira misjudges a pop-up in a game against the Detroit Tigers at Yankee Stadium. Teixeira was able to recover and make the catch.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: RAY STUBBLEBINE / Reuters

A fisherman with his catch.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Bullit Marquez / Associated Press

Namibia's Abrahm Louw of World Team 1 enters the swim leg at the first-ever triathlon relay race event at the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games. Team Europe 1 clinched the gold medal. The inaugural Youth Olympic Games will run until Aug. 26.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Desmond Lim / EPA

Laborers work at the construction site of a gas pipeline in Noida, in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PARIVARTAN SHARMA / Reuters

Two men grieve for relatives missing in the landslide in Gongshan county, in southwest China's Yunnan province. At least 67 people were missing after mudslides engulfed homes on Wednesday, the latest in a series of flash floods and mudslides that have killed hundreds in the last two weeks.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: LEE JINHON / EPA

A child sits amid the ruins of his family's house in the flood-ravaged town of Adiel Khan on the outskirts of Peshawar in Pakistan's northwest Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province. More than 4 million Pakistanis have been made homeless by nearly three weeks of floods, the United Nations said, making the crucial task of securing greater amounts of aid more urgent.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: TIM WIMBORNE / Reuters

A green turtle makes its way into the Mediterranean Sea after being freed by the Israel Nature Authority at Palmahim beach, south of Tel Aviv. The turtle was treated for a month in a rescue center for sea turtles after it went through a water desalination station and got injured.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MENAHEM KAHANA / AFP / Getty Images

Germany's blind cross-country skier Verena Bentele runs down a house facade. Secured by a rope, the 2010 Winter Paralympic winner walked down the wall, which is about 200 feet high.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ANDREAS GEBERT / EPA

Paramilitary policemen take part in a training session at a military base in Sichuan province. China slammed a U.S. report on its military capacities Wednesday as a biased attack that "disregards objective facts" and could further damage already strained Sino-U.S. military ties.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: STRINGER / X01984

A view of Artist David Mach's sculpture "Die Harder" at his workshop. The piece depicting Christ on a cross is made from 3,000 coat hangers and forms part of a four-year-long project by the artist to mark the 400th anniversary of the King James bible in 2011. It is due to be installed inside Gloucester Cathedral where it will hang along with other sculptures from renowned artists including Damien Hirst and Marc Quinn as part of the 'Crucible' exhibition.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Dan Kitwood / Getty Images

A tall ship is escorted by tens of smaller ships on its way to Amsterdam, where it will take part in Sail Amsterdam 2010. Replicas of a Russian frigate from 1703 and a merchant vessel sunk in 1745 will lead a fleet of some 50 tall ships into Amsterdam on Thursday for what organizers say is Europe's biggest nautical event. The tall ships -- large vessels with multiple masts and rigged sails -- will sail from the port of Ijmuiden on the Dutch west coast inland to Amsterdam via the North Sea Canal.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: BRAM VAN DE BIEZEN / AFP / Getty Images

A young Moroccan boy climbs the fence separating Melilla and Morocco a few hours after Moroccan demonstrators agreed to reduce to one day a threatened weeklong blockade of food shipments to the Spanish enclave of Melilla in protest of police brutality against Moroccans trying to enter the city.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JORGE ZAPATA / EPA

A page from the Sept. 17, 1937, edition of the Los Angeles Evening Herald and Express was used to wrap crockery discovered along with the skeletal remains of two babies found in a steamer trunk stored in the basement of a building near MacArthur Park.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times

Guns decorated with gold and jewels are displayed in the Drugs Museum at the Mexican Defense Ministry. Items on display include those adorned with an image of the Virgin of Guadeloupe and encrusted with diamonds.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ELIANA APONTE / REUTERS

Workers hang harvested tobacco leaves to dry in western Switzerland. The production of tobacco in Switzerland started in the 17th century.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DENIS BALIBOUSE / REUTERS

Muslims pray at the Dome of the Rock in the compound known to Muslims as Haram al Sharif, or Noble Sanctuary, and to Jews as Temple Mount, in Jerusalem's Old City during the holy month of Ramadan. Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset during Ramadan, the holiest month in the Islamic calendar.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AMMAR AWAD / REUTERS

President Obama prepares to board Air Force One at Miami International Airport en route to Andrews Air Force Base, Md.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JEWEL SAMAD / AFP/Getty Images

A crew member of the Italian ship Amerigo Vespucci sticks his head out of a porthole at the harbor.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: OLAF KRAAK / EPA

A giant Schnauzer and a cat check each other out in the German city, which is hosting a pet fair on Aug. 21 and 22.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PETER ENDIG / AFP/Getty Images

Chinese-made footwear bearing the image of President Obama are on display at a shoe store in the Indian city, formerly known as Bombay. The shoe vendor claims they are very in high demand.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ­ / EPA

The pack is passing the IJssel bridge between Zwolle and Hattem during the first stage of the sixth edition of the Eneco Tour cycling race from Steenwijk to Rhenen, Netherlands.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: VINCENT JANNINK / EPA

A fisherman casts his line into the waters of the Adriatic Sea at sunset near the city of Durres.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ARBEN CELI / REUTERS

People exercise at sunrise in a park in front of the Royal Palace.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: CHOR SOKUNTHEA / Reuters

An Indian tourist poses next to statues of Bruce Lee during an exhibition at the Shanghai World Expo site.

PHOTOGRAPH BY:   / Reuters

A human eye looks through a leaf of a stinging nettle that was damaged by insects and weather. The plants are not very popular because of nettle hairs that sting at contact. Yet, the young sprouts are suitable for making salads and for cooking.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: FRANK RUMPENHORST / EPA

Palestinian children wait to receive donated food at a soup kitchen.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ABED AL HASHLAMOUN / EPA

A competitor powders the rings during the men's individual all-around gymnastics finals at the Youth Olympics.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Wong Maye-E / Associated Press

A worker harvests tobacco leaves. The production of tobacco started in the 17th century in Switzerland, reaching its peak during World War II. In 2008, more that 260 farmers harvested 650 tons.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DENIS BALIBOUSE / Reuters

A man swims in a canal. Canals are popular sites for swimming as well as fishing, and parks around them are often hosts to tai chi practitioners.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DIEGO AZUBEL / EPA

Kashmiri Muslim protesters shout anti-Indian slogans by a fire during a demonstration. Media reports stated that a curfew was again imposed in major towns in Kashmir in the wake of separatist protests against killings and the deployment of Indian troops in the region.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: FAROOQ KHAN / EPA

A Chinese artist does a balancing act, part of a performance by an acrobatic troupe at an event marking the 55th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Nepal and China.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP/Getty Images

A vendor hangs colorful leggings, displayed on a group of mannequin legs, at a Ramadan bazaar.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Lai Seng Sin / Associated Press

A supporter of Young Boys of Bern lights a flare during during a Champions League Group playoff first leg football match against Britain's Tottenham Hotspurs at the Stade de Suisse in Bern.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: FABRICE COFFRINI / AFP/Getty Images

Lanterns hanging in a store in north London include one bearing a cannabis plant design. The outgoing president of the Royal College of Physicians, Ian Gilmore, said that decriminalizing drug use could reduce crime and improve health, and suggested that laws relating to the misuse of drugs should be reviewed and the supply of narcotics regulated.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: TOBY MELVILLE / Reuters

A car with a wheel clamp attached is seen in Kensington, west London. A government ruling, which will come into force in November, will prevent car wheel clampers from operating on private land in England and Wales. The legislation will form part of the government's "Freedom Bill" and will result in more than 2,000 existing wheel clamping licenses being revoked.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: OLI SCARFF / Getty Images

Dancers perform "Rock the Ballet" at the Philharmonic Hall in Cologne, Germany.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: HERMANN J. KNIPPERTZ / Associated Press

A detail of the relief on a door at the Bank of England in London shows old British coins. British inflation slowed in July as expected but stayed far above the 2% target, forcing Bank of England Gov. Mervyn King to explain the numbers in an open letter to the government for the third time this year.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ANDREW WINNING / Reuters

Costumes showing a Western influence are part of an exhibition titled "How the West Was Worn by ... Michael Jackson" at the Autry National Center of the American West.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MARK RALSTON / AFP/Getty Images

Hayam Abu Mediam, 19, holds her son Suleiman, 2 1/2 months old, inside her sister-in-law's living structure as her nephew Mohammed, 3, plays with balloons. The family is relaxing after their iftar meal breaking the fast during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in their Negev Desert Bedouin village.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JIM HOLLANDER / EPA

An image taken from Air Force One shows smog settling in a valley of the Sierra Nevada.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JEWEL SAMAD / AFP/Getty Images

The shadow of a Palestinian Muslim praying is cast on a pole during the holy month of Ramadan at a mosque in the West Bank. Muslims throughout the world are celebrating Ramadan, when observers fast from dawn till dusk.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MUHAMMED MUHEISEN / Associated Press

Christian Petersen looks out of a window at his bicycle shop in Altlandsberg, northeast of Berlin. To attract attention and generate sales, the owner mounted about 120 bicycles to the outside wall of the shop.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: FABRIZIO BENSCH / Reuters

A beetle climbs through a flower in the Namaqualand plains of Nieuwoudtville, Northern Cape, South Africa. Namaqualand is a semi-desert environment, but in the spring (July to September), millions upon millions of flowers emerge, creating a phenomenal explosion of color.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: NIC BOTHMA / EPA

A child plays as a New Delhi Municipal Council worker fumigates construction worker's shanties at the under-construction Shivaji Stadium in New Delhi. With the onset of monsoons, municipal authorities have taken measures to prevent mosquitoes breeding and combat water-borne diseases in India's capital city ahead of the Commonwealth Games.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MANAN VATSYAYANA / AFP / Getty Images

A South Korean policeman participates in an anti-terrorism drill at a department store in Incheon, west of Seoul. The drill was held as part of the U.S. and South Korean forces' annual 11-day-long command-and-control military drills, which began Aug. 16.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ha Sa-hun / Reuters

A woman walks past a taxi on a flooded street in Kunming in southwest China's Yunnan province. China regularly suffers devastating summer floods, but this year has been unusually severe.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Stringer / Associated Press

Viktoria Komova of Russia competes in the uneven bars in the women's qualification during the artistic gymnastics competition at the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games in Singapore.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ISSEI KATO / Reuters

Villagers attack a policeman during a protest by farmers demanding better compensation for their land acquired by the Uttar Pradesh state government for an upcoming expressway project near Agra, India.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Stringer / Associated Press

Raindrops are seen on a leaf in Bad Worishofen, southern Germany. More rain is forecast for most parts of the country.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: KARL-JOSEF HILDENBRAND / AFP/Getty Images

A Palestinian shepherd walks with his camels on the outskirts of the West Bank city of Jenin.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SAIF DAHLAH / AFP / Getty Images

Air Force One is reflected in a mirror of the presidential limousine as President Obama departs Mitchell International Airport.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jeffrey Phelps / Associated Press

Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic serves to Aravane Rezai of France at the Rogers Cup tennis tournament in Montreal.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Shaun Best / Reuters

A firefighting helicopter flies above the village of Soajo, near Arcos de Valdevez in northern Portugal, as it helps in efforts to put out a blaze raging through the Peneda-Geres national park for the sixth straight day.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Miguel Riopa / AFP / Getty Images

Colombian navy officers inspect the wreckage of an airliner that crashed on the resort island of San Andres. The Boeing 737 carrying 131 people was attempting to land during a thunderstorm. One person died, reportedly from a heart attack.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Navy Press / Reuter

A worker sleeps on a handcart at a wholesale poultry market.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DANISH SIDDIQUI / REUTERS

A Somali boy carries swordfish as he rides on a motorcycle taxi.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: FEISAL OMAR / REUTERS

An Indian military man stands guard at the village of Chuglamsar on the outskirts of Leh, where 189 people have been reported killed and more than 400 missing following flash floods that occurred Aug. 6.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: TENGKU BAHAR / AFP/GETTY IMAGES

Pakistani flood survivors wait their turn for food distribution by The Al-furqane Foundation Trust.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: A MAJEED / AFP/GETTY IMAGES

The coffin of former Malta President Guido de Marco is carried out of St John's Co-Cathedral during his state funeral. De Marco, who brought the small island country into the European Union, died Aug. 12 at age 79.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DARRIN ZAMMIT LUPI / REUTERS

Children practice with their coach at a fencing training center. More than 50 students, mostly ages 6 to 10, attend daily fencing lessons at this center during the summer, local media reported.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SHENG LI / REUTERS

A crew member carries out maintenance work on a U.S. Marine CH-53E helicopter at an airbase in Pakistan's northwest Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province, while waiting for weather to clear so aid deliveries to flood victims could be resumed.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: TIM WIMBORNE / REUTERS

Spacewalkers Doug Wheelock, left, and Tracy Caldwell Dyson work on connections to the spare ammonia coolant pump module on the International Space Station.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: NASA / NASA

Children look at sharks at Siam Ocean World.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: CHAIWAT SUBPRASOM / Reuters

A woman touches the hand of a Buddha statue in a gesture of respect at a temple.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SUKREE SUKPLANG / Reuters

Members of the Orlikon Solar Racing Team give a thumbs-up before the start of the Zero Race in front of the United Nations' European headquarters. Four teams from three continents will take part in the race with their electric cars. The race will cross Switzerland and continue to Brussels, Berlin, Vienna, Moscow and Shanghai, from where the cars will then travel by ship to Vancouver, Canada. From there, the cars will continue along the west coast of North America to Cancun, Mexico, where they will be put on show at the United Nations Climate Conference.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DENIS BALIBOUSE / Reuters

Storm clouds gather over a field.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: PATRICK PLEUL / AFP/Getty Images

A woman carrying a toddler crosses a foot bridge on her way to the fields.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Khin Maung Win / Associated Press

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Each week we bring you the best images from around the world in our Week in Pictures photo gallery.

This week’s images explore the aftermath of devastating floods in Pakistan; the observance of the holy month of Ramadan from Los Angeles to the West Bank; a crumpled L.A. newspaper from the 1930s discovered with the mummified remains of two infants; and a blind cross-country skier rappelling down the facade of a building in Munich, Germany.

A life-size Elvis effigy in action waits to be auctioned in Chicago; crash-test dummies in Auburn, Mich., await an uncertain future; as do two dozen eggs in Washington.

Other images include the Youth Olympics in Singapore; firearms once owned by Mexican drug lords decorated with gold, jewelry and the Virgin of Guadalupe; an age-old standoff between opposing species; and a summer day in the nation’s capital.

Our journey continues with stops in England, South Africa, Switzerland, Cambodia, Nepal, Belarus and the Caribbean.

Enjoy.

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  1. September 19, 2012, 7:41 am

    great pichers

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    By: sheershak

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