These monks are from the Busshinji temple. They are meditating on the helipad on the Copan building in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Where is my Mommy?
I don’t think these researchers dressed in panda costumes are fooling this baby panda. They are putting him in a basket and before they transfer to a new living environment at the Hetaoping Research and Conservation Center for the Giant Panda in Wolong National Nature Reserve.
Cuban workers are transporting huge bunches of tobacco in a building in Pinar del Rio, Cuba. This region creates 70% of Cuba’s tobacco crop. It is known as the land of tobacco.
Carnival in Nice is one of the largest carnivals in the world. It is kicked off by the kings float and will rush in two weeks of celebrations that will be attended by a million people by the 8th of March.
Track Cycling World Cup action never looked so beautiful. The British men’s pursuit team in their qualifying action during the event in Manchester.
Coming Up for Air
This adorable ringed seal makes his way up for air at Admiralty Inlet, Nanavut in northern Canada.
Everyone is going Electric
Royals Royce has its own electric car pro-type. They say it will debut at the 2012 London Olympics.
Just a small look at the shoes and clothing chart backstage at the Vena Cava Fall 2011 fashion show.
These shots are from the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.
In Madrid, Spain artist Javier Calleja prepares his gallery for the exhibition. I guess anything is art these days.
Cruise the Nile
Take a cruise on the Nile in style in these scenic and serene boats. These were all lit up and ready for romance last week for Valentine’s Day.
Children in New Colony
These children are standing near a temple in New Colony village where the community of coal scavengers lives and works in eastern Indian state of Jharkhand.
Jim Starr’s Mega Ride
Jim was recently told that he couldn’t use his new wheelchair on public roads. His chair is to big. The authorities told him that his custom made motorized chair with the caterpillar treads instead of wheels that make it move like a tank would have to be licensed as a category H vehicle.
Men of Tears
A group that encourages crying in San Francisco is called Men of Tears and was created by two San Francisco area counselors. They say that it makes the men emotionally stronger and less hostile.
This shot is of the northern lights that are seen above the village of Ersfjordbotn, near Tromso in northern Norway early Monday. The interaction between energetic charged particles from the sun and gas molecules in the upper atmosphere of the earth about 62 miles causes the Aurorae.