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Celebrations of Palms Day In The World

San Pedro Sacatepequez, Guatemala City A traditionally dressed child holds a palm to take part in the procession Photograph: Johan Ordonez/AFP/Getty Images   East Jerusalem Christian worshippers gather at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, traditionally believed by many to be the site of the crucifixion and burial of Jesus ...

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Why Australia Should lose This World Cup

  At the point when Tim Southee or Mitchell Starc bowls the first chunk of the eleventh cricket World Cup last at the MCG on Sunday, it will be 4.30am in a United Kingdom opening its raddled eyes to welcome the first day break of British Summer Time. It will ...

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Oakland Sculpture Which Changes Colour With Change In Weather

  Walk around Oakland’s most current open craftsmanship twice, and you may feel like you’ve seen two separate things. That is on account of the twirling, scene looking figure at the nineteenth Street BART is covered with “flip-lemon paint,” a substance that plays chameleon to suit the ruling climate. At ...

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Photos of the Week

1.Bjork performs amid a show at the Kings Theater in Brooklyn. REUTERS/Mike Segar     2.The Northern Lights above Pilisszentkereszt, close Budapest. AP Photo/MTI/Balazs Mohai   3.An Afghan wellbeing laborer directs polio immunization drops to a kid amid inoculation fight in Kabul. SHAH MARAI/AFP/Getty Images   4.Orthodox nuns watch firefighters ...

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Wonderful Self-Portraits Set Against Grandiose Landscapes

  Elizabeth Gadd at 21 years of age is truly a capable photographic artist. The young woman from Vancouver, Canada is self-trained, and her trademark style is to photo singular drifters amidst grand displays. These pictures are really unfathomable representations toward oneself shot in remote scenes, typifying the soul of ...

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Lover of the dance floor Captures Elegant Photos of His Gravity-Defying Movements Frozen in Time

While levitation photography is nothing but the same old thing new, Taiwanese-French-American picture taker Mickael Jou’s representations toward oneself of himself jumping through the air are particularly rich deeds of development and effortlessness. For as long as three years, the Berlin-based innovative has united his two interests photography and move ...

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