This week, we will start our journey with an amazing photo taken from a fire in England, then we will move on to a photo taken from a gay pride parade in the united states.
After that, we move on to more middle – eastern photo, specifically to Egypt protests where you will notice the usage of several photos, and the reason of course is the ongoing events and incidents happening there after the isolation of president Mohamad Morsi.
A small change in the mood afterward with an award-winning photo from a British contest, and a coool photo from the sea 🙂
and of course, i’ll leave you with a photo I find somehow funny happening in China 🙂
West Midland firefighters tackle a large blaze at a recycling plant in central England. More than 150 firefighters worked to control the blaze involving 100,000 tons of plastic recycling material that sent a plume of smoke rising 6,000 feet into the air. (John MccNaughton / West Midlands Fire Service via EPA)
A man dances at the Gay Pride Parade in New York City. (Eric Thayer / Reuters)
Supporters of deposed president Mohamed Morsi sit in front of barbed wire that blocks access to the headquarters of the Republican Guard in Cairo. Forty-two loyalists of Egypt’s ousted president were killed while demonstrating against last week’s military coup. (MAHMUD HAMS / AFP/GETTY IMAGES
Egyptian protesters wave their hands and hold national flags during anti-Morsi demonstrations in Tahrir Square, Cairo. (Amr Nabil /AP)
Egyptian protesters calling for the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi gather in Tahrir Square as laser lights directed at the government building spell “Game Over.” (KHALED DESOUKI / AFP/GETTY IMAGES)
Supporters of Egypt’s ousted President Mohamed Morsi chant slogans as they carry a coffin, covered with the national flag, of a man killed after Egyptian troops opened fire on mostly Islamist protesters marching on a Republican Guard headquarters in Cairo (KHALIL HAMRA / AP)
An Egyptian protester flashes “V” signs for military aircrafts forming heart-shaped trails in the sky over Tahrir Square in Cairo. (AMR NABIL / AP)
Adrian Dennis of AFP won photograph of the year for this picture at the London Olympics.
A German tourist bathes in the Aegean sea in Arcadia prefecture on the east coast of Paloponnese south of Athens. (Yannis Behrakis / Reuters)
Fireworks glow over the U.S. Capitol and Washington Monument, during a 4th of July celebration (PAUL J. RICHARDS / AFP)
President Obama plays with a “soccket” ball, a soccer ball that captures energy during game play to charge LEDs and small batteries, with Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete, left, during a demonstration at the Ubungo Plaza Symbion Power Plant in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. (SAUL LOEB / AFP)
Riot squad officers clash with protesters on a street near Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro a few hours before the final of the FIFA Confederations Cup football tournament between Brazil and Spain. (TASSO MARCELO / AFP/GETTY IMAGES)
A huge ice-cube is placed on a desk to lower the temperature inside the classroom as students take their final exam at a school in Jinan. ( AFP/GETTY IMAGES)