Thank you for sparing few minutes to just watch, and maybe if you would like, to read few lines.
This week was still witnessing the devastating aftermath of the collapse of the building in Bangladesh, adding to it the explosions that happened in Turkey and the fire the set up in Pakistan that reminded us with images we have seen look-a-like in 9/11 World Trade Center accident.
but also beside all the “bad” images, there is still some nice events and occasions that happened around the world.
ok, maybe i should stop talking and let you scroll down to see the photos.
and aahh yes, at the bottom there is a small photographic surprise 🙂
Hope you will like it.
Final Embrace. Two victims amid the rubble of a garment factory building collapse in Savar, near Dhaka, Bangladesh. (Taslima Akhter)
Dancers perform at an open audition to join the Rockettes troupe at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall, on April 30. Hundreds of aspiring dancers try out each year for a spot to star in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. (Mike Segar / Reuters)
Hla Hla May, a Rohingya Muslim woman displaced by sectarian strife in western Myanmar, holds her 1-year-old daughter, Roshan, April 29 at a former rubber factory that serves as their shelter. (Damir Sagolj / Reuters)
An elderly woman lights a fire next to a grave in a cemetery in the village of Copaciu, southern Romania, early on May 2. (Andreea Alexandru / AP)
A woman raises her arms and shouts as she stands on the site where car bombs exploded on May 11, 2013 near the town hall in Reyhanli, just a few kilometres from the main border crossing into Syria, killing four people and wounded another 18, according to an initial toll. (CEM GENCO/AFP/Getty Images)
Serap commented: ( May 27, 2013): The owner of this photo is Anadolu Agency (AA)
Servicemen take part in a rehearsal for the Victory Day military parade in Red Square in Moscow. (Maxim Shemetoc / Reuters)
Veils used as cover from sniper fire are seen at Sheikh Maksoud front line, a majority-Kurdish neighborhood took by opposition fighters since weeks ago, and targeted by Syrian army aircraft bombardments and heavy shelling, forcing thousands of residents to flee into safe areas outside of Aleppo City. (Narciso Contreras/Polaris)
A couple dressed as a bride and groom take part in the Maldon Mud Race on May 5 in Maldon, a town in eastern England. The race originated in 1973 and involves competitors racing around a course on the mudbanks of a local river. (Dan Kitwood / Getty Images)
May 9, 2013. A man falls from a high floor of a burning building in central Lahore. (Damir Sagolj / Reuters)
You are probably wondering what those images are,
Well these are more than a quarter-century of images of Earth taken from space, compiled for the first time into an interactive time-lapse experience. Which we believe this is the most comprehensive picture of our changing planet ever made available to the public. so what did you think about our little surprise 🙂 impressive huh?