A good photographer is one that communicates a fact, touches the heart, and leaves the viewer a changed person for having seen it; it is in one word, effective.
POW present to you a new roundup of the best photos ever taken this week from around the world, hopefully you will enjoy each one of it.
Welcome to this week International edition of POW.
Many photos of this edition are somehow really interesting to follow, such as the Melasti ceremony in Indonesia, or the Kardashian’ selfie-almost-accident.
Other photos are somehow the kind that we almost only see it in advertisement, such as the one of the rugby team in New Zealand, with the photo of china and the rest.
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News of a possible western/american intervention in Syria had it’s reflection inside the lebanese community, that was very obvious in the lebanese’s conversation and protests.
In addition to the syrian part, there was also this week two different stories, the first was the winning of Roger Feghali in the rally of lebanon, and the death of Former Arab triathlon champion Roy Nasr, all this comes in a lebanese sport’s environment preparing for the upcoming Beirut Marathon.