November 02, 2011

Posted November 2nd, 2011 at 2:17 pm (UTC-4)

"Israel White Soldiers"

"Japan Tokyo Stock Exchange"

Visitors to the Tokyo Stock Exchange look at a monitor displaying Japan's Nikkei share average (top R) and various market indices in Tokyo, Japan. The Nikkei share average fell as much as 2 percent after overseas shares skidded on Greece's surprise call for a referendum on an European bailout plan. (Reuters)

"France G20 Tibet"
"Brazil Hotel"

The Hotel das Nacoes collapses during a controlled implosion in Brasilia, Brazil. (Reuters)

"Afghanistan Daily Life"

Afghan women buy bangles for the upcoming Eid al Adha festival in Jalalabad east of Kabul, Afghanistan. (AP)

"US Colorado Snow"

Jolene Neill holds an umbrella as she knocks the heavy snow from the branches of trees in her front yard after last night's snow storm in Louisville, Colorado, USA. (Reuters)

"Thailand Wildlife Park Deer"

Deer stay on higher ground of a partially flooded wildlife park Safari World in Bangkok, Thailand. (Reuters)

"Cambodia Leopard Cat Kitten"

A zookeeper holds a leopard cat kitten during a feeding session in the wildlife rescue center at the Phnom Tamao zoo near Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Local media reported that three female leopard cat kittens were discovered by a fisherman in a flooded area of Kandal province three weeks ago. (Reuters)

"China Optoelectrical Expo"

A woman takes a photo with her mobile phone during The Optics Valley of China International Optoelectrical Expo at an exhibition center in Wuhan, Hubei province. (Reuters)

"Hong Kong Santa Winter Games"

A participant takes part in the Hong Kong round of the Santa Claus Winter Games at a shopping mall in Hong Kong. (Reuters)

"Greece Crescent Moon"

A crescent moon over the Parthenon atop Athens' ancient Acropolis, November 1, 2011 (Reuters)

2 responses to “November 02, 2011”

  1. Janneth Moya says:

    Consist of the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph!

  2. Abdul Bari "Arghandiwal" says:

    but about Afghanistan pic, i hope it does not effect minds of people thinking something different about Afghanistan and because its not that much dark too…

    Thank You

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