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  • Happy Snap Cameras
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    Happy Snap Cameras 10/31/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED:Voltron Star Shooter Camera II ) - Fancy a happy snap? Then try one of the cameras in this incredible series of pictures out for size. The amazing photos are part of a book project by Christopher D. Salyers and Buzz Poole chronicling the history of novelty cameras. It features a model made of Lego and a snap-making machine that fits onto a pair of sunglasses for dogs. Christopher has been collecting the novelty items for more than ten years and the two friends search the world to source pictures of some of the rarer models. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_145301/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410311458
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    Happy Snap Cameras
    10/31/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED:Voltron Star Shooter Camera II ) - Fancy a happy snap? Then try one of the cameras in this incredible series of pictures out for size. The amazing photos are part of a book project by Christopher D. Salyers and Buzz Poole chronicling the history of novelty cameras. It features a model made of Lego and a snap-making machine that fits onto a pair of sunglasses for dogs. Christopher has been collecting the novelty items for more than ten years and the two friends search the world to source pictures of some of the rarer models. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_145301/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410311458

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  • How Much Can You Carry: Photographer Floriane de Lassée shoots people carrying items on their heads - Oct 2014
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    How Much Can You Carry: Photographer Floriane de Lassée shoots people carrying items on their heads - Oct 2014 10/31/2014 Floriane de Lassée/REX/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Floriane de Lassée/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Floriane de Lassée's work. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Floriane de Lassée/REX (4229534k) Red Basanti, India How Much Can You Carry: Photographer Floriane de Lassée shoots people carrying items on their heads - Oct 2014 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pldp A photographer has travelled the world photographing people with unwieldy objects balanced on their heads. French photographer Floriane De Lassée travelled across some of the world's most rural landscapes, from East Africa to South America, in search of subjects for her ongoing photo series, How Much Can You Carry. Originally, the photo series is based on her fascination with the long lines of walkers, carrying diverse and unusual objects all along African roads. Floriane began her journey in 2012 in Ethiopia, so far the series has taken her around four continents. The 37-year-old photographer has photographed 70 subjects, and travelled within approximately 14 countries. Through these simple and authentic photographs, Floriane proposes to stage each person with what counts most to them, by placing the contents on top of their head. /Rex_How_Much_Can_You_Carry_4229534K/MANDATORY CREDIT: Floriane de Lassée/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Floriane de Lassée's work. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1410311119
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    How Much Can You Carry: Photographer Floriane de Lassée shoots people carrying items on their heads - Oct 2014
    10/31/2014
    Floriane de Lassée/REX/REX/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Floriane de Lassée/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Floriane de Lassée's work. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Floriane de Lassée/REX (4229534k) Red Basanti, India How Much Can You Carry: Photographer Floriane de Lassée shoots people carrying items on their heads - Oct 2014 FULL BODY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pldp A photographer has travelled the world photographing people with unwieldy objects balanced on their heads. French photographer Floriane De Lassée travelled across some of the world's most rural landscapes, from East Africa to South America, in search of subjects for her ongoing photo series, How Much Can You Carry. Originally, the photo series is based on her fascination with the long lines of walkers, carrying diverse and unusual objects all along African roads. Floriane began her journey in 2012 in Ethiopia, so far the series has taken her around four continents. The 37-year-old photographer has photographed 70 subjects, and travelled within approximately 14 countries. Through these simple and authentic photographs, Floriane proposes to stage each person with what counts most to them, by placing the contents on top of their head. /Rex_How_Much_Can_You_Carry_4229534K/MANDATORY CREDIT: Floriane de Lassée/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Floriane de Lassée's work. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1410311119

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  • Nosey Polar Bear
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    Nosey Polar Bear 10/31/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: The nosey polar bear climbing up the side of the tundra buggy) - A wildlife photographer was left stunned after a polar bear got up close and personal with his camera. Brave snapper Bill Drumm, 29, captured the softer side of the enormous animal as it investigated his equipment. The bear, nicknamed Scar, got cosy with Bill who was riding a Tundra buggy through Churchill in Manitoba, Canada. As he approached, quick-thinking Bill hung his camera out of the window just inches from its nose. Scar, about 11ft tall on his hind legs, roamed around the wagon but did stop briefly to feast on a carcass. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_091101/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410310929
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    Nosey Polar Bear
    10/31/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: The nosey polar bear climbing up the side of the tundra buggy) - A wildlife photographer was left stunned after a polar bear got up close and personal with his camera. Brave snapper Bill Drumm, 29, captured the softer side of the enormous animal as it investigated his equipment. The bear, nicknamed Scar, got cosy with Bill who was riding a Tundra buggy through Churchill in Manitoba, Canada. As he approached, quick-thinking Bill hung his camera out of the window just inches from its nose. Scar, about 11ft tall on his hind legs, roamed around the wagon but did stop briefly to feast on a carcass. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_091101/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410310929

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  • Gilbert Tumor Dog
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    Gilbert Tumor Dog 10/31/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Gilbert with the gang ) - This adorable dog has plenty to smile about after his miracle transformation after his enormous tumour was removed. Gilbert Grape named because his growth looked like an enormous grape was found abandoned in Arizona. When the Weimaraner was rescued, he was barely able to walk because of the size and weight of the tumour. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_090801/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410310929
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    Gilbert Tumor Dog
    10/31/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Gilbert with the gang ) - This adorable dog has plenty to smile about after his miracle transformation after his enormous tumour was removed. Gilbert Grape named because his growth looked like an enormous grape was found abandoned in Arizona. When the Weimaraner was rescued, he was barely able to walk because of the size and weight of the tumour. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_090801/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410310929

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  • Breakfast At TIffanys House
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    Breakfast At TIffanys House 10/31/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Exterior of the house in New York ) -The apartment from the iconic Audrey Hepburn film Breakfast at Tiffanys has gone on sale for a huge million dollars. Buyers can step into Holly Golightlys shoes by snapping up the New York flat in the Upper East Side brownstone building that features in the film. The stunning block still with the green door Hepburn and George Peppard are seen standing outside houses the four-bedroom, 3,800-square-foot home, which features high ceilings, grandiose, wood-burning fireplaces, and solarium. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_090401/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410310929
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    Breakfast At TIffanys House
    10/31/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Exterior of the house in New York ) -The apartment from the iconic Audrey Hepburn film Breakfast at Tiffanys has gone on sale for a huge million dollars. Buyers can step into Holly Golightlys shoes by snapping up the New York flat in the Upper East Side brownstone building that features in the film. The stunning block still with the green door Hepburn and George Peppard are seen standing outside houses the four-bedroom, 3,800-square-foot home, which features high ceilings, grandiose, wood-burning fireplaces, and solarium. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_090401/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410310929

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  • Adorable Baby Bats
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    Adorable Baby Bats 10/31/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: The little red flying fox babies wrapped tightly after their bath.) - These adorable pictures show abandoned baby bats wrapped up in blankets and being fed from a bottle. Normally we associate bats with being blood-thirsty, but all these cute critters want to drink is some bottled milk. Swathed in spotted and striped blankets, the fruit bats are being cared for at the Tolga Bat Hospital in Atherton, Australia. About 300 pups are orphaned every year because their mother is ill and cant feed them or has died from tick paralysis. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_090601/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410310929
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    Adorable Baby Bats
    10/31/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: The little red flying fox babies wrapped tightly after their bath.) - These adorable pictures show abandoned baby bats wrapped up in blankets and being fed from a bottle. Normally we associate bats with being blood-thirsty, but all these cute critters want to drink is some bottled milk. Swathed in spotted and striped blankets, the fruit bats are being cared for at the Tolga Bat Hospital in Atherton, Australia. About 300 pups are orphaned every year because their mother is ill and cant feed them or has died from tick paralysis. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_090601/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410310929

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  • Day to Night Blends
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    Day to Night Blends 10/31/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Savoy London day and night) - A photographer has captured some of the busiest European cities by day and night in the same incredible images. Snapper Stephen Wilkes, 57, took thousands of photographs over a 15 hour period in bustling hotspots like London and Paris. He created the brand new images by literally spending an entire day and night shooting on location from the same spot more than 1,500 times. Dedicated Stephen then returns to his studio, sometimes spending more than a month blending the shots into one final image. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_090001/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410310916
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    Day to Night Blends
    10/31/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Savoy London day and night) - A photographer has captured some of the busiest European cities by day and night in the same incredible images. Snapper Stephen Wilkes, 57, took thousands of photographs over a 15 hour period in bustling hotspots like London and Paris. He created the brand new images by literally spending an entire day and night shooting on location from the same spot more than 1,500 times. Dedicated Stephen then returns to his studio, sometimes spending more than a month blending the shots into one final image. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_090001/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410310916

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  • Botswana baby baboon
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    Botswana baby baboon 10/30/2014 SOLENT NEWS/SIPA This cheeky hitch-hiker catches a ride on its own mother's back. The baby baboon has had enough of walking about all day and takes the lazy way out by hopping on its mum's back. The mum doesn't seem too bothered about her unexpected guest and carries the cheeky monkey around with her. The spectacular pictures were taken in the Moremi Game Reserve, Botswana, Africa, where Chacma Baboons like these live happily. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: Other pictures of the baboons captured by the Panthera camera trap. Please byline: Panthera/Lindsey Rich/Solent News /SOLENTNEWS_SN_MONKEY_RIDE_10/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1410301711
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    Botswana baby baboon
    10/30/2014
    SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    This cheeky hitch-hiker catches a ride on its own mother's back. The baby baboon has had enough of walking about all day and takes the lazy way out by hopping on its mum's back. The mum doesn't seem too bothered about her unexpected guest and carries the cheeky monkey around with her. The spectacular pictures were taken in the Moremi Game Reserve, Botswana, Africa, where Chacma Baboons like these live happily. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Pictured: Other pictures of the baboons captured by the Panthera camera trap. Please byline: Panthera/Lindsey Rich/Solent News /SOLENTNEWS_SN_MONKEY_RIDE_10/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1410301711

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  • LEECH UP NOSE FOR A MONTH
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    LEECH UP NOSE FOR A MONTH 10/30/2014 CATERS NEW AGENCY/SIPA Daniela Liverani with the leech that lived up her nose for a month- A British backpacker was horrified when she discovered a THREE-INCH-LONG LEECH had been living up her nostril for more than a MONTH. Daniela Liverani was travelling around south-east Asia when she started suffering persistent nosebleeds, but put it down to a burst blood vessel from a motorbike crash. Days after returning to her Edinburgh home, the 24-year-old spotted something poking out of her nose which she dismissed as congealed blood. She got the fright of her life though when she was rushed to A&E last week after discovering the slimy black blood-sucker had been hitching a ride. Daniela, originally from Glasgow, said: Two weeks before I came home from Asia, I started having nosebleeds but Id fallen off a motorbike so thought Id burst a blood vessel. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters001/Credit:CATERS NEW AGENCY/SIPA/1410301709
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    LEECH UP NOSE FOR A MONTH
    10/30/2014
    CATERS NEW AGENCY/SIPA
    Daniela Liverani with the leech that lived up her nose for a month- A British backpacker was horrified when she discovered a THREE-INCH-LONG LEECH had been living up her nostril for more than a MONTH. Daniela Liverani was travelling around south-east Asia when she started suffering persistent nosebleeds, but put it down to a burst blood vessel from a motorbike crash. Days after returning to her Edinburgh home, the 24-year-old spotted something poking out of her nose which she dismissed as congealed blood. She got the fright of her life though when she was rushed to A&E last week after discovering the slimy black blood-sucker had been hitching a ride. Daniela, originally from Glasgow, said: Two weeks before I came home from Asia, I started having nosebleeds but Id fallen off a motorbike so thought Id burst a blood vessel. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_caters001/Credit:CATERS NEW AGENCY/SIPA/1410301709

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  • Tiny Spider reflect
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    Tiny Spider reflect 10/30/2014 SOLENT NEWS/SIPA A tiny spider is reflected numerous times in delicate dew drops gathered in its web. The extraordinary shots, akin to capturing the spider in a fairground hall of mirrors, had to taken from exactly the right position to capture all the reflections.Photographer Alberto Ghizzi Panizza painstakingly worked out the right angles and distance to capture nature reflected in all its glory. Using the same process he also captured a ladybird and damselfly carrying specks of water in other eerie and intricate shots. Mr Panizza, 39, spotted the insects on an early morning walk through the wetlands of Italy's longest river. Pictured: The spider reflected in dew drops on the web./SOLENTNEWS_161001/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1410301627
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    Tiny Spider reflect
    10/30/2014
    SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    A tiny spider is reflected numerous times in delicate dew drops gathered in its web. The extraordinary shots, akin to capturing the spider in a fairground hall of mirrors, had to taken from exactly the right position to capture all the reflections.Photographer Alberto Ghizzi Panizza painstakingly worked out the right angles and distance to capture nature reflected in all its glory. Using the same process he also captured a ladybird and damselfly carrying specks of water in other eerie and intricate shots. Mr Panizza, 39, spotted the insects on an early morning walk through the wetlands of Italy's longest river. Pictured: The spider reflected in dew drops on the web./SOLENTNEWS_161001/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1410301627

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  • Adorable Halloween Tortoises
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    Adorable Halloween Tortoises 10/29/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Bat tortoise shell ) - A tortoise lover has created a range of Halloween themed shell suits for her pets - transforming them into a pumpkin a ghost and a devil. Typically shy and quiet animals, tortoises are not usually known for their love of fancy dress, but Katie Bradleys adorable knitted designs are sure to bring these reptiles out of their shell. In what started out as a family joke, Kate 33, began knitting the stylish cosies exclusively for her pet tortoises but now makes them full time for owners around the world. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_160601/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410291611
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    Adorable Halloween Tortoises
    10/29/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Bat tortoise shell ) - A tortoise lover has created a range of Halloween themed shell suits for her pets - transforming them into a pumpkin a ghost and a devil. Typically shy and quiet animals, tortoises are not usually known for their love of fancy dress, but Katie Bradleys adorable knitted designs are sure to bring these reptiles out of their shell. In what started out as a family joke, Kate 33, began knitting the stylish cosies exclusively for her pet tortoises but now makes them full time for owners around the world. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_160601/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410291611

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  • 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' poppy installation at Tower of London, Britain - 28 Oct 2014
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    'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' poppy installation at Tower of London, Britain - 28 Oct 2014 10/29/2014 Invicta Kent Media/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Invicta Kent Media/REX (4229522e) Aerial view of the poppy field surrounding the Tower Of London 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' poppy installation at Tower of London, Britain - 28 Oct 2014 Surrounded by a moat of red, the poppy installation at the Tower Of London is seen in all its breathtaking splendour in these aerial shots. The 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' art installation has seen the moat surrounding the famous London landmark filled with thousands of ceramic poppies to commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of World War I. In total there are 888,246 ceramic flowers, one for each British or Commonwealth soldier killed during the first world war, that have been planted by volunteers from around the world since July. All of the poppies have been sold to members of the public for GBP 25 each, with a share of the proceeds going to six service charities. /Rex_Poppies_Tower_London_4229522E//1410291247
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    'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' poppy installation at Tower of London, Britain - 28 Oct 2014
    10/29/2014
    Invicta Kent Media/REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Invicta Kent Media/REX (4229522e) Aerial view of the poppy field surrounding the Tower Of London 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' poppy installation at Tower of London, Britain - 28 Oct 2014 Surrounded by a moat of red, the poppy installation at the Tower Of London is seen in all its breathtaking splendour in these aerial shots. The 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' art installation has seen the moat surrounding the famous London landmark filled with thousands of ceramic poppies to commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of World War I. In total there are 888,246 ceramic flowers, one for each British or Commonwealth soldier killed during the first world war, that have been planted by volunteers from around the world since July. All of the poppies have been sold to members of the public for GBP 25 each, with a share of the proceeds going to six service charities. /Rex_Poppies_Tower_London_4229522E//1410291247

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  • Illuminated Eiffel Tower fades into a fog over Paris
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    Illuminated Eiffel Tower fades into a fog over Paris 10/29/2014 Xavier Francolon/SIPA The Illuminated Eiffel Tower fades into a night fog over Paris, FRANCE-28/10/2014./FRANCOLONXAVIER_1103.01/Credit:Xavier Francolon/SIPA/1410291116
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    Illuminated Eiffel Tower fades into a fog over Paris
    10/29/2014
    Xavier Francolon/SIPA
    The Illuminated Eiffel Tower fades into a night fog over Paris, FRANCE-28/10/2014./FRANCOLONXAVIER_1103.01/Credit:Xavier Francolon/SIPA/1410291116

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  • Zombie-proof bicycle, Britain - 26 Oct 2014
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    Zombie-proof bicycle, Britain - 26 Oct 2014 10/29/2014 Jonathan Hordle/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jonathan Hordle/REX (4221630g) Smoke grenades on the zombie-proof bike Zombie-proof bicycle, Britain - 26 Oct 2014 If you're fortunate enough to survive the zombie apocalypse then there's one piece of kit you won't want to be without - your very own zombie-proof bicycle! When the flesh-eating hordes descend you'll want to be able to travel in a hurry but a chronic shortage of oil would no doubt render cars useless. In that scenario bikes could be the only way for survivors to travel. But just in case the average mountain bike is not up to the task, cycle insurance provider ETA, with the help of designer Yannick Read, has built a zombie-proof bicycle in time for Halloween. The special bicycle features everything a zombie survivor could need: including a chainsaw, smoke grenades, flamethrower, hatchet and built in Splatter shield. A spokesperson for the ETA said; "Mercifully, cyclists don't yet have to deal with zombies on the roads, but inattentive drivers can come close. Our cycle insurance policy safeguards against the perils cyclists face today, but we are always looking ahead." /Rex_Zombieproof_bicycle_4221630G//1410291057
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    Zombie-proof bicycle, Britain - 26 Oct 2014
    10/29/2014
    Jonathan Hordle/REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jonathan Hordle/REX (4221630g) Smoke grenades on the zombie-proof bike Zombie-proof bicycle, Britain - 26 Oct 2014 If you're fortunate enough to survive the zombie apocalypse then there's one piece of kit you won't want to be without - your very own zombie-proof bicycle! When the flesh-eating hordes descend you'll want to be able to travel in a hurry but a chronic shortage of oil would no doubt render cars useless. In that scenario bikes could be the only way for survivors to travel. But just in case the average mountain bike is not up to the task, cycle insurance provider ETA, with the help of designer Yannick Read, has built a zombie-proof bicycle in time for Halloween. The special bicycle features everything a zombie survivor could need: including a chainsaw, smoke grenades, flamethrower, hatchet and built in Splatter shield. A spokesperson for the ETA said; "Mercifully, cyclists don't yet have to deal with zombies on the roads, but inattentive drivers can come close. Our cycle insurance policy safeguards against the perils cyclists face today, but we are always looking ahead." /Rex_Zombieproof_bicycle_4221630G//1410291057

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  • Nasa: Lake Mackay, Australia
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    Nasa: Lake Mackay, Australia 10/29/2014 N.A.S.A/SIPA Lake Mackay is the largest of hundreds of ephemeral lakes scattered throughout Western Australia and the Northern Territory, and is the second largest lake in Australia. The darker areas indicate some form of desert vegetation or algae, moisture within the soils, and lowest elevations where water pools. The image was acquired on September 19, 2010 and covers an area of 27 x 41 km. With its 14 spectral bands from the visible to the thermal infrared wavelength region and its high spatial resolution of 15 to 90 meters (about 50 to 300 feet), ASTER images Earth to map and monitor the changing surface of our planet. ASTER is one of five Earth-observing instruments launched Dec. 18, 1999, on Terra. The instrument was built by Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. A joint U.S./Japan science team is responsible for validation and calibration of the instrument and data products. The broad spectral coverage and high spectral resolution of ASTER provides scientists in numerous disciplines with critical information for surface mapping and monitoring of dynamic conditions and temporal change. Example applications are: monitoring glacial advances and retreats; monitoring potentially active volcanoes; identifying crop stress; determining cloud morphology and physical properties; wetlands evaluation; thermal pollution monitoring; coral reef degradation; surface temperature mapping of soils and geology; and measuring surface heat balance./NASA_1012.04/Credit:N.A.S.A/SIPA/1410291017
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    Nasa: Lake Mackay, Australia
    10/29/2014
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    Lake Mackay is the largest of hundreds of ephemeral lakes scattered throughout Western Australia and the Northern Territory, and is the second largest lake in Australia. The darker areas indicate some form of desert vegetation or algae, moisture within the soils, and lowest elevations where water pools. The image was acquired on September 19, 2010 and covers an area of 27 x 41 km. With its 14 spectral bands from the visible to the thermal infrared wavelength region and its high spatial resolution of 15 to 90 meters (about 50 to 300 feet), ASTER images Earth to map and monitor the changing surface of our planet. ASTER is one of five Earth-observing instruments launched Dec. 18, 1999, on Terra. The instrument was built by Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. A joint U.S./Japan science team is responsible for validation and calibration of the instrument and data products. The broad spectral coverage and high spectral resolution of ASTER provides scientists in numerous disciplines with critical information for surface mapping and monitoring of dynamic conditions and temporal change. Example applications are: monitoring glacial advances and retreats; monitoring potentially active volcanoes; identifying crop stress; determining cloud morphology and physical properties; wetlands evaluation; thermal pollution monitoring; coral reef degradation; surface temperature mapping of soils and geology; and measuring surface heat balance./NASA_1012.04/Credit:N.A.S.A/SIPA/1410291017

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  • Nasa: Jupiter's Giant Eye
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    Nasa: Jupiter's Giant Eye 10/29/2014 N.A.S.A/SIPA Hubble Spies Spooky Shadow on Jupiter's Giant Eye (color). This trick that the planet is looking back at you is actually a Hubble treat: An eerie, close-up view of Jupiter, the biggest planet in our solar system. Hubble was monitoring changes in JupiterÕs immense Great Red Spot (GRS) storm on April 21, 2014, when the shadow of the Jovian moon, Ganymede, swept across the center of the storm. This gave the giant planet the uncanny appearance of having a pupil in the center of a 10,000 mile-diameter Òeye.Ó For a moment, Jupiter ÒstaredÓ back at Hubble like a one-eyed giant Cyclops. Credit: NASA, ESA, and A. Simon (Goddard Space Flight Cente/NASA_1012.01/Credit:N.A.S.A/SIPA/1410291017
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    Nasa: Jupiter's Giant Eye
    10/29/2014
    N.A.S.A/SIPA
    Hubble Spies Spooky Shadow on Jupiter's Giant Eye (color). This trick that the planet is looking back at you is actually a Hubble treat: An eerie, close-up view of Jupiter, the biggest planet in our solar system. Hubble was monitoring changes in JupiterÕs immense Great Red Spot (GRS) storm on April 21, 2014, when the shadow of the Jovian moon, Ganymede, swept across the center of the storm. This gave the giant planet the uncanny appearance of having a pupil in the center of a 10,000 mile-diameter Òeye.Ó For a moment, Jupiter ÒstaredÓ back at Hubble like a one-eyed giant Cyclops. Credit: NASA, ESA, and A. Simon (Goddard Space Flight Cente/NASA_1012.01/Credit:N.A.S.A/SIPA/1410291017

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  • Us: Antares rocket explodes after taking off
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    Us: Antares rocket explodes after taking off 10/29/2014 Joel Kowsky/NASA/SIPA The Orbital Sciences Corporation Antares rocket, with the Cygnus spacecraft onboard suffers a catastrophic anomaly moments after launch from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport Pad 0A, Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014, at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. The Cygnus spacecraft was filled with about 5,000 pounds of supplies slated for the International Space Station, including science experiments, experiment hardware, spare parts, and crew provisions. Photo Credit: (NASA/Joel Kowsky)/NASA_1003.01/Credit:Joel Kowsky/NASA/SIPA/1410291006
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    Us: Antares rocket explodes after taking off
    10/29/2014
    Joel Kowsky/NASA/SIPA
    The Orbital Sciences Corporation Antares rocket, with the Cygnus spacecraft onboard suffers a catastrophic anomaly moments after launch from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport Pad 0A, Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014, at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. The Cygnus spacecraft was filled with about 5,000 pounds of supplies slated for the International Space Station, including science experiments, experiment hardware, spare parts, and crew provisions. Photo Credit: (NASA/Joel Kowsky)/NASA_1003.01/Credit:Joel Kowsky/NASA/SIPA/1410291006

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  • Traveling over a rainbow
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    Traveling over a rainbow 10/29/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: The rainbow below the clouds) - A lucky flier has captured the spectacular moment she flew directly over a RAINBOW. Shocked Melissa Rensen, 51, snapped the kaleidoscope of colour while travelling over the Carribean Sea. But Melissa, from London in Ontario, Canada didnt even realise until she looked at the images later on. She was travelling from North America to Hounduras and spotted an interesting cloud formation below. And after looking back at the shot she noticed the blanket of colour covering the expanse below. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_084901/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410290853
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    Traveling over a rainbow
    10/29/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: The rainbow below the clouds) - A lucky flier has captured the spectacular moment she flew directly over a RAINBOW. Shocked Melissa Rensen, 51, snapped the kaleidoscope of colour while travelling over the Carribean Sea. But Melissa, from London in Ontario, Canada didnt even realise until she looked at the images later on. She was travelling from North America to Hounduras and spotted an interesting cloud formation below. And after looking back at the shot she noticed the blanket of colour covering the expanse below. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_084901/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410290853

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  • Caving In Fungshen China
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    Caving In Fungshen China 10/28/2014 F-X De Ruydts/Caters News/SIPA PIC BY FRANCOIS-XAVIER DE RUYDTS / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Lu He Dong cave near Fengshan, Gangxi Province, China.) - Adventurers have gone deep underground to discover previously unexplored caves in these incredible pictures. The awe-inspiring snaps show the cavers dwarfed by the huge series natural rock chambers in the Leye - Fengshan Geopark, China. Belgian photographer Francois-Xavier De Ruydts, 33, captured the team of explorers as they trekked through the deep wonderground in January 2014. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1805.01/Credit:F-X De Ruydts/Caters News/SIPA/1410281815
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    Caving In Fungshen China
    10/28/2014
    F-X De Ruydts/Caters News/SIPA
    PIC BY FRANCOIS-XAVIER DE RUYDTS / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Lu He Dong cave near Fengshan, Gangxi Province, China.) - Adventurers have gone deep underground to discover previously unexplored caves in these incredible pictures. The awe-inspiring snaps show the cavers dwarfed by the huge series natural rock chambers in the Leye - Fengshan Geopark, China. Belgian photographer Francois-Xavier De Ruydts, 33, captured the team of explorers as they trekked through the deep wonderground in January 2014. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1805.01/Credit:F-X De Ruydts/Caters News/SIPA/1410281815

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  • Paris under fog
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    Paris under fog 10/28/2014 Xavier Francolon/SIPA Rooftops and the Eiffel Tower totaly covered by Fog. The rooftops of Paris are dimmed under an early morning autumn fog. Paris, FRANCE-28/10/2014./FRANCOLONXAVIER_1722.01/Credit:Xavier Francolon/SIPA/1410281756
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    Paris under fog
    10/28/2014
    Xavier Francolon/SIPA
    Rooftops and the Eiffel Tower totaly covered by Fog. The rooftops of Paris are dimmed under an early morning autumn fog. Paris, FRANCE-28/10/2014./FRANCOLONXAVIER_1722.01/Credit:Xavier Francolon/SIPA/1410281756

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  • NASA: Here’s Looking at You: Spooky Shadow Gives Jupiter a Giant Eye
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    NASA: Here’s Looking at You: Spooky Shadow Gives Jupiter a Giant Eye 10/28/2014 SIPANY/SIPA This trick that the planet is looking back at you is actually a Hubble treat: An eerie, close-up view of Jupiter, the biggest planet in our solar system. Hubble was monitoring changes in Jupiter’s immense Great Red Spot (GRS) storm on April 21, 2014, when the shadow of the Jovian moon, Ganymede, swept across the center of the storm. This gave the giant planet the uncanny appearance of having a pupil in the center of a 10,000 mile-diameter “eye.” For a moment, Jupiter “stared” back at Hubble like a one-eyed giant Cyclops. Click on the image to view Jupiter from a distance. Image Credit: ESA/A. Simon/NASA/Sipa USA/sipausa.sipausa_14312194/HANDOUT***EDITORIAL USE ONLY***/1410281746
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    NASA: Here’s Looking at You: Spooky Shadow Gives Jupiter a Giant Eye
    10/28/2014
    SIPANY/SIPA
    This trick that the planet is looking back at you is actually a Hubble treat: An eerie, close-up view of Jupiter, the biggest planet in our solar system. Hubble was monitoring changes in Jupiter’s immense Great Red Spot (GRS) storm on April 21, 2014, when the shadow of the Jovian moon, Ganymede, swept across the center of the storm. This gave the giant planet the uncanny appearance of having a pupil in the center of a 10,000 mile-diameter “eye.” For a moment, Jupiter “stared” back at Hubble like a one-eyed giant Cyclops. Click on the image to view Jupiter from a distance. Image Credit: ESA/A. Simon/NASA/Sipa USA/sipausa.sipausa_14312194/HANDOUT***EDITORIAL USE ONLY***/1410281746

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  • Downton Abbey Halloween Cosplay
    SIPAUSA31318002
    Downton Abbey Halloween Cosplay 10/28/2014 ZJAN/WENN.COM/SIPA DOWNTON ABBEY HALLOWEEN COSPLAY . . . Rob Cockerham's Downton Abbey costume is precisely that. . . .a fancier-than-fancy dress version of Downton Abbey itself! Well, Highclere Castle, to be precise. The 5,000-acre, Jacobethan-style country house estate, situated in Hampshire, United Kingdom - the setting for all five series of the popular ITV period drama. The Sacramento, California resident wanted to top last year's Disneyland Halloween garb. He was fed up with the usual fake blood n facial make-up scenario. Thus, to the manor born, the classy cosplayer constructed his Downton Abbey garb and documented the whole process on his website cockeyed.com. Starting with foam board, Cockerham covered it in printed photos of Highclere Castle. Once he had an entire wall printed and cut, he used spray glue to stick the printouts in place. The centre tower was big enough for Cockerham's head, but not his arms. So, he cut out arch-shaped holes on the sides and, after the printouts were glued to the boards, all the sixteen sides of four corner towers parts - complete with quarter-inch foam brackets - started to come together. Rob says: "Each of the exterior walls was almost four feet across, so I had to figure out a way to get this costume into a vehicle and through doorways. The answer was to assemble the costume with hinges at each corner. This would allow the costume to fold into a long diamond shape. "I considered a few different hinge designs, but settled on a length of corrugated plastic, slit down one side. This material is ideal for hot gluing, and it is super-strong. "I looked around after the hinges were in place and realized I was finished! Somehow I convinced my kids to resist vaulting the castle walls. I straightened the top spikes, added a couple of PVC pipe cross-braces and I was done! The Downton Abbey costume was ready to wear! Credit: Rob Cockerham/ cockeyed.com Where: Hampshire, United Kingdom When: 28 Oct 2014 Credit: Credit: Rob Cockerham/ cockeyed.com /
    SIPAUSA31318002
    Downton Abbey Halloween Cosplay
    10/28/2014
    ZJAN/WENN.COM/SIPA
    DOWNTON ABBEY HALLOWEEN COSPLAY . . . Rob Cockerham's Downton Abbey costume is precisely that. . . .a fancier-than-fancy dress version of Downton Abbey itself! Well, Highclere Castle, to be precise. The 5,000-acre, Jacobethan-style country house estate, situated in Hampshire, United Kingdom - the setting for all five series of the popular ITV period drama. The Sacramento, California resident wanted to top last year's Disneyland Halloween garb. He was fed up with the usual fake blood n facial make-up scenario. Thus, to the manor born, the classy cosplayer constructed his Downton Abbey garb and documented the whole process on his website cockeyed.com. Starting with foam board, Cockerham covered it in printed photos of Highclere Castle. Once he had an entire wall printed and cut, he used spray glue to stick the printouts in place. The centre tower was big enough for Cockerham's head, but not his arms. So, he cut out arch-shaped holes on the sides and, after the printouts were glued to the boards, all the sixteen sides of four corner towers parts - complete with quarter-inch foam brackets - started to come together. Rob says: "Each of the exterior walls was almost four feet across, so I had to figure out a way to get this costume into a vehicle and through doorways. The answer was to assemble the costume with hinges at each corner. This would allow the costume to fold into a long diamond shape. "I considered a few different hinge designs, but settled on a length of corrugated plastic, slit down one side. This material is ideal for hot gluing, and it is super-strong. "I looked around after the hinges were in place and realized I was finished! Somehow I convinced my kids to resist vaulting the castle walls. I straightened the top spikes, added a couple of PVC pipe cross-braces and I was done! The Downton Abbey costume was ready to wear! Credit: Rob Cockerham/ cockeyed.com Where: Hampshire, United Kingdom When: 28 Oct 2014 Credit: Credit: Rob Cockerham/ cockeyed.com /

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  • Camouflaged crocodile
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    Camouflaged crocodile 10/28/2014 Caters News Agency/SIPA PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The Camouflage Crocodile) - A menacing crocodile left a photographer in a fright - after gliding through water camouflaged by a carpet of algae. Keen snapper Song Kanokrattana was looking for crocs in an algae-covered pond but was left disappointed after not spotting any. But out of the corner of her eye, Song, 44, noticed one using algae for coverage - with just its two eyes poking through the green lake. Song, who lives in Phuket, Thailand, was able to capture the startling moment at her local zoo. After visiting Phuket Zoo with her niece, her photographs have become a hit online. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1724.01/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1410281728
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    Camouflaged crocodile
    10/28/2014
    Caters News Agency/SIPA
    PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The Camouflage Crocodile) - A menacing crocodile left a photographer in a fright - after gliding through water camouflaged by a carpet of algae. Keen snapper Song Kanokrattana was looking for crocs in an algae-covered pond but was left disappointed after not spotting any. But out of the corner of her eye, Song, 44, noticed one using algae for coverage - with just its two eyes poking through the green lake. Song, who lives in Phuket, Thailand, was able to capture the startling moment at her local zoo. After visiting Phuket Zoo with her niece, her photographs have become a hit online. SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1724.01/Credit:Caters News Agency/SIPA/1410281728

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  • Coppafeel charity flash mob at One New Change, St.Pauls, London, Britain - 28 Oct 2014
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    Coppafeel charity flash mob at One New Change, St.Pauls, London, Britain - 28 Oct 2014 10/28/2014 Joe Pepler/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Joe Pepler/REX (4229240ay) Coppafeel flash mob Coppafeel charity flash mob at One New Change, St.Pauls, London, Britain - 28 Oct 2014 Coppafeel charity celebrate its 5th birthday with a flash mob /Rex_Coppafeel_charity_flash_mob_4229240AY//1410281710
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    Coppafeel charity flash mob at One New Change, St.Pauls, London, Britain - 28 Oct 2014
    10/28/2014
    Joe Pepler/REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Joe Pepler/REX (4229240ay) Coppafeel flash mob Coppafeel charity flash mob at One New Change, St.Pauls, London, Britain - 28 Oct 2014 Coppafeel charity celebrate its 5th birthday with a flash mob /Rex_Coppafeel_charity_flash_mob_4229240AY//1410281710

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  • China: Zombie Run in Shenyang
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    China: Zombie Run in Shenyang 10/28/2014 SIPANY/SIPA Thousands of citizens attend a running activity by cosplaying as zombie in Shenyang, Liaoning, China on 26th October, 2014. (Photo by Top Photo/Sipa USA)/sipausa.sipausa_14312169/*** China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong OUT ***/1410281708
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    China: Zombie Run in Shenyang
    10/28/2014
    SIPANY/SIPA
    Thousands of citizens attend a running activity by cosplaying as zombie in Shenyang, Liaoning, China on 26th October, 2014. (Photo by Top Photo/Sipa USA)/sipausa.sipausa_14312169/*** China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong OUT ***/1410281708

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  • China: Wild geese resting at Zhangye wet land
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    China: Wild geese resting at Zhangye wet land 10/28/2014 SIPANY/SIPA Thousands of wild geese resting at Zhangye wet land and preparing for south moving in Gansu, China on 26th October, 2014. (Photo by Top Photo/Sipa USA)/sipausa.sipausa_14312112/*** China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong OUT ***/1410281653
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    China: Wild geese resting at Zhangye wet land
    10/28/2014
    SIPANY/SIPA
    Thousands of wild geese resting at Zhangye wet land and preparing for south moving in Gansu, China on 26th October, 2014. (Photo by Top Photo/Sipa USA)/sipausa.sipausa_14312112/*** China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong OUT ***/1410281653

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  • Fog in Columbia, S.C.
    SIPAUSA30116293
    Fog in Columbia, S.C. 10/28/2014 SIPANY/SIPA Columbia, S.C., looks ready for Halloween as early morning fog fills the air at Rosewood Park on Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014. (Photo by Tracy Glantz/The State/TNS/Sipa USA)/sipausa.sipausa_14312103/*** World Rights *** US Newspapers Out ***/1410281653
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    Fog in Columbia, S.C.
    10/28/2014
    SIPANY/SIPA
    Columbia, S.C., looks ready for Halloween as early morning fog fills the air at Rosewood Park on Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014. (Photo by Tracy Glantz/The State/TNS/Sipa USA)/sipausa.sipausa_14312103/*** World Rights *** US Newspapers Out ***/1410281653

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  • Baby Otters At Newquay Zoo
    SIPAUSA31317997
    Baby Otters At Newquay Zoo 10/28/2014 ZJAN/WENN.COM/SIPA Otter-ly adorable new arrivals at Newquay Zoo! Three tiny otter pups are melting the hearts of visitors to Newquay Zoo this week after making their first public appearance since their birth six weeks ago. The Asian short-clawed otter cubs are still in the nesting box but can be seen through a glass panel at certain times of the day, particularly at grooming time. They will be out and about in the Oriental Garden enclosure over the coming weeks, taking swimming lessons under the expert tutelage of their parents and other otters in the 19-strong group. Newquay Zoo Director Stewart Muir says: “The cubs are impossibly cute so we do hope people will come along and watch their progress over the next few weeks. “Asian short-clawed otters are incredibly social animals, compared with other otter species, so visitors will be able to watch how the cubs’ siblings play an active role in teaching them how to cope in the strange new world outside the nest.” Many sea otters are known to hold hands in groups - called a raft - while they eat, sleep and rest, to prevent families losing each other whilst in the sea. But, despite their reputation as cute and cuddly creatures, they’re carnivores who are as adept at working together to kill their prey as a pride of lions. In the wild, they hunt all kinds of animals including: snakes, lizards, crabs, toads, rodents, quails and other birds. Their varied diet at the Zoo includes ground meat and small mammals to reflect their natural food source in the wild. Asian short-clawed otters are the smallest otter species in the world and are classed as vulnerable by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Habitat destruction, water pollution and over fishing has led to a rapid decline in their numbers in the wild. The IUCN estimates the global population has declined by up to 30% over the last 30 years. A fascinating fact about Asian short-clawed otters: fishermen in Asia use the otters to drive fish into their nets. Th
    SIPAUSA31317997
    Baby Otters At Newquay Zoo
    10/28/2014
    ZJAN/WENN.COM/SIPA
    Otter-ly adorable new arrivals at Newquay Zoo! Three tiny otter pups are melting the hearts of visitors to Newquay Zoo this week after making their first public appearance since their birth six weeks ago. The Asian short-clawed otter cubs are still in the nesting box but can be seen through a glass panel at certain times of the day, particularly at grooming time. They will be out and about in the Oriental Garden enclosure over the coming weeks, taking swimming lessons under the expert tutelage of their parents and other otters in the 19-strong group. Newquay Zoo Director Stewart Muir says: “The cubs are impossibly cute so we do hope people will come along and watch their progress over the next few weeks. “Asian short-clawed otters are incredibly social animals, compared with other otter species, so visitors will be able to watch how the cubs’ siblings play an active role in teaching them how to cope in the strange new world outside the nest.” Many sea otters are known to hold hands in groups - called a raft - while they eat, sleep and rest, to prevent families losing each other whilst in the sea. But, despite their reputation as cute and cuddly creatures, they’re carnivores who are as adept at working together to kill their prey as a pride of lions. In the wild, they hunt all kinds of animals including: snakes, lizards, crabs, toads, rodents, quails and other birds. Their varied diet at the Zoo includes ground meat and small mammals to reflect their natural food source in the wild. Asian short-clawed otters are the smallest otter species in the world and are classed as vulnerable by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Habitat destruction, water pollution and over fishing has led to a rapid decline in their numbers in the wild. The IUCN estimates the global population has declined by up to 30% over the last 30 years. A fascinating fact about Asian short-clawed otters: fishermen in Asia use the otters to drive fish into their nets. Th

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  • Pumpkin Head Squirrel
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    Pumpkin Head Squirrel 10/28/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: SQUIRREL INVESTIGATING THE PUMPKIN) - These squirrels look NUTS for Halloween - as they appear to try on a scary pumpkin mask. Snapper Max Ellis, from Teddington, London, hung the haunting fruit in his garden to spook his kids who love Halloween. But the hungry critters couldnt resist investigating and got there first. Max revealed the nut lovers initially appeared hesitant - perhaps by the frightening faces - but soon got stuck in. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_162201/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410281629
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    Pumpkin Head Squirrel
    10/28/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: SQUIRREL INVESTIGATING THE PUMPKIN) - These squirrels look NUTS for Halloween - as they appear to try on a scary pumpkin mask. Snapper Max Ellis, from Teddington, London, hung the haunting fruit in his garden to spook his kids who love Halloween. But the hungry critters couldnt resist investigating and got there first. Max revealed the nut lovers initially appeared hesitant - perhaps by the frightening faces - but soon got stuck in. SEE CATERS COPY/CATERSNEWSAGENCY_162201/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410281629

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  • Pregnant crocodile wrestler
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    Pregnant crocodile wrestler 10/28/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Martha Rivera wrestling the crocodile whilst in the early stages of pregnancy) - Despite being more than SEVEN MONTHS PREGNANT one woman refused to give up her volunteer work WRESTLING ALLIGATORS. While most mothers-to-be stop the likes of smoking and drinking, Martha could not give up helping out at the Everglades Outpost, in Homestead, Florida. Martha, who has volunteered at the centre for two years, began by just feeding the gators - but now feels confident enough to wrestle them, despite being heavily pregnant. On average, brave Martha deals with gators around three times a week. She admits that she can no longer perform some of the same tricks that she usually would and, now being eight months pregnant, has stopped the wrestling aspect of her performance. Over the coming weeks, Martha plans to deal with gators no larger than four-feet, eventually stopping altogether before the birth. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_161901/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410281624
    00696574
    Pregnant crocodile wrestler
    10/28/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Martha Rivera wrestling the crocodile whilst in the early stages of pregnancy) - Despite being more than SEVEN MONTHS PREGNANT one woman refused to give up her volunteer work WRESTLING ALLIGATORS. While most mothers-to-be stop the likes of smoking and drinking, Martha could not give up helping out at the Everglades Outpost, in Homestead, Florida. Martha, who has volunteered at the centre for two years, began by just feeding the gators - but now feels confident enough to wrestle them, despite being heavily pregnant. On average, brave Martha deals with gators around three times a week. She admits that she can no longer perform some of the same tricks that she usually would and, now being eight months pregnant, has stopped the wrestling aspect of her performance. Over the coming weeks, Martha plans to deal with gators no larger than four-feet, eventually stopping altogether before the birth. SEE CATERS COPY./CATERSNEWSAGENCY_161901/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410281624

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  • Hungry Sea Lion
    00696568
    Hungry Sea Lion 10/28/2014 SOLENT NEWS/SIPA This hungry sea lion becomes one of the regulars at a fish bar as she stands on her flippers to queue up.The cheeky animal made her way from the sea to the fish stall and even stood up queuing for an hour.After being given scraps of fish by a generous fishmonger at the bar, the sea lion makes her way back to the sea.These hilarious pictures were taken by photographer Kristhian Castro, whilst he visited Santa Cruz Island in the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador.The 38-year-old, from Colombia, snapped the funny shots at a fishing port just 2.5 metres from the sea.Pictured: The hungry sea lion at the bar. /SOLENTNEWS_152601/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1410281534
    00696568
    Hungry Sea Lion
    10/28/2014
    SOLENT NEWS/SIPA
    This hungry sea lion becomes one of the regulars at a fish bar as she stands on her flippers to queue up.The cheeky animal made her way from the sea to the fish stall and even stood up queuing for an hour.After being given scraps of fish by a generous fishmonger at the bar, the sea lion makes her way back to the sea.These hilarious pictures were taken by photographer Kristhian Castro, whilst he visited Santa Cruz Island in the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador.The 38-year-old, from Colombia, snapped the funny shots at a fishing port just 2.5 metres from the sea.Pictured: The hungry sea lion at the bar. /SOLENTNEWS_152601/Credit:SOLENT NEWS/SIPA/1410281534

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  • Chinese rice field - spectacular fields are part of the Longji Terraced Fields in Longsheng
    00696567
    Chinese rice field - spectacular fields are part of the Longji Terraced Fields in Longsheng 10/28/2014 Max Witjes/Solent News/SIPA These spectacular pictures give a glimpse at what life is like on a peaceful Chinese rice field.Brightly dressed in red traditional clothing, five women working on the fields stroll in a line across the vivid green hills.Rows of neat rice plants stretch as far as the eye can see and give the hills a stunning pattern.These spectacular fields are part of the Longji Terraced Fields in Longsheng, China.Fields in Longsheng stretch across a staggering 41 square miles and hills can be over 3,000 ft high. Pictured: The rice fields. /SOLENTNEWS_152501/Credit:Max Witjes/Solent News/SIPA/1410281530
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    Chinese rice field - spectacular fields are part of the Longji Terraced Fields in Longsheng
    10/28/2014
    Max Witjes/Solent News/SIPA
    These spectacular pictures give a glimpse at what life is like on a peaceful Chinese rice field.Brightly dressed in red traditional clothing, five women working on the fields stroll in a line across the vivid green hills.Rows of neat rice plants stretch as far as the eye can see and give the hills a stunning pattern.These spectacular fields are part of the Longji Terraced Fields in Longsheng, China.Fields in Longsheng stretch across a staggering 41 square miles and hills can be over 3,000 ft high. Pictured: The rice fields. /SOLENTNEWS_152501/Credit:Max Witjes/Solent News/SIPA/1410281530

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  • Halloween items on sale at street market in Varna, Bulgaria - 28 Oct 2014
    REX40340796
    Halloween items on sale at street market in Varna, Bulgaria - 28 Oct 2014 10/28/2014 REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX (4225615a) A street vendor arranges Halloween pumpkins Halloween items on sale at street market in Varna, Bulgaria - 28 Oct 2014 A few days before Halloween many people in the town prepare their costumes and choose pumpkins to celebrate the Halloween festival. After the fall of communism rule 25 years ago Halloween has become one of the most famous festivals in many major cities across the Balkan country. /Rex_Halloween_items_on_sale_at_street_market_in//1410281406
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    Halloween items on sale at street market in Varna, Bulgaria - 28 Oct 2014
    10/28/2014
    REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX (4225615a) A street vendor arranges Halloween pumpkins Halloween items on sale at street market in Varna, Bulgaria - 28 Oct 2014 A few days before Halloween many people in the town prepare their costumes and choose pumpkins to celebrate the Halloween festival. After the fall of communism rule 25 years ago Halloween has become one of the most famous festivals in many major cities across the Balkan country. /Rex_Halloween_items_on_sale_at_street_market_in//1410281406

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  • Baby echidna cared for at the Healesville Sanctuary, Victoria, Australia - 23 Oct 2014
    REX40340782
    Baby echidna cared for at the Healesville Sanctuary, Victoria, Australia - 23 Oct 2014 10/28/2014 Robert Leeson/Newspix/R/REX/SIPA Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Robert Leeson/Newspix/REX (4224242a) 'Leo' the echidna puggle Baby echidna cared for at the Healesville Sanctuary, Victoria, Australia - 23 Oct 2014 Little Leo the echidna is lucky to be alive after being discovered alone in a garden in Victoria, Australia. Luckily for the puggle he was brought straight to Healesville Sanctuary's Australian Wildlife Health Centre and was given a fighting chance to survive. He now has two foster mums in the form of carers Lisa and Kelly. Since being at the sanctuary Leo has nearly tripled his body weight from 110g to 320g. His eyes are now open and his spikes are beginning to come through. Echidna puggles only need to be fed every two days as they can eat nearly 30% of their body weight in one sitting. Echidnas are monotremes (like the Platypus) meaning that they are mammals which lay eggs. Milk is then passed to the puggles through secretion glands on their mother's stomachs. In order to mimic his mum's behaviour, Leo drinks milk out of the palm of his foster mum's hands. /Rex_Baby_echidna_4224242A/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1410281226
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    Baby echidna cared for at the Healesville Sanctuary, Victoria, Australia - 23 Oct 2014
    10/28/2014
    Robert Leeson/Newspix/R/REX/SIPA
    Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications Mandatory Credit: Photo by Robert Leeson/Newspix/REX (4224242a) 'Leo' the echidna puggle Baby echidna cared for at the Healesville Sanctuary, Victoria, Australia - 23 Oct 2014 Little Leo the echidna is lucky to be alive after being discovered alone in a garden in Victoria, Australia. Luckily for the puggle he was brought straight to Healesville Sanctuary's Australian Wildlife Health Centre and was given a fighting chance to survive. He now has two foster mums in the form of carers Lisa and Kelly. Since being at the sanctuary Leo has nearly tripled his body weight from 110g to 320g. His eyes are now open and his spikes are beginning to come through. Echidna puggles only need to be fed every two days as they can eat nearly 30% of their body weight in one sitting. Echidnas are monotremes (like the Platypus) meaning that they are mammals which lay eggs. Milk is then passed to the puggles through secretion glands on their mother's stomachs. In order to mimic his mum's behaviour, Leo drinks milk out of the palm of his foster mum's hands. /Rex_Baby_echidna_4224242A/Editorial Use Only. Consent Required for Commercial Use and Book Publications/1410281226

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  • Global Scents interactive fragrance installation at Heathrow, London, Britain - 27 Oct 2014
    REX40340781
    Global Scents interactive fragrance installation at Heathrow, London, Britain - 27 Oct 2014 10/28/2014 Mikael Buck/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Mikael Buck/REX (4224233f) Elizabeth Duck, age 9, Passenger Laura Greene tries out the installation Global Scents interactive fragrance installation at Heathrow, London, Britain - 27 Oct 2014 Heathrow brings to life global scents for passengers with a fragrant and interactive installation in Terminal 2 As they enter the departure lounge, travellers are confronted by the giant, one-of-a-kind 'scent globe' which will immerse the curious in the aromas of Thailand, South Africa, Japan, China and Brazil. /Rex_Scent_installation_4224233F//1410281213
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    Global Scents interactive fragrance installation at Heathrow, London, Britain - 27 Oct 2014
    10/28/2014
    Mikael Buck/REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Mikael Buck/REX (4224233f) Elizabeth Duck, age 9, Passenger Laura Greene tries out the installation Global Scents interactive fragrance installation at Heathrow, London, Britain - 27 Oct 2014 Heathrow brings to life global scents for passengers with a fragrant and interactive installation in Terminal 2 As they enter the departure lounge, travellers are confronted by the giant, one-of-a-kind 'scent globe' which will immerse the curious in the aromas of Thailand, South Africa, Japan, China and Brazil. /Rex_Scent_installation_4224233F//1410281213

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  • Supernovas
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    Supernovas 10/28/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Heart Nebula Hubble Pallette) - This incredible series of photographs were shot from a back garden and show spectacular clouds of gas surrounding stars. Eric Coles, 70, captured the incredible images, which are normally invisible to the naked eye, over the course of the last year from his home in Illinois, USA. Using different filters on his five telescopes, he was able to bring out the shapes and patterns created by different gases that have absorbed energy from nearby stars. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_114101/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410281145
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    Supernovas
    10/28/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Heart Nebula Hubble Pallette) - This incredible series of photographs were shot from a back garden and show spectacular clouds of gas surrounding stars. Eric Coles, 70, captured the incredible images, which are normally invisible to the naked eye, over the course of the last year from his home in Illinois, USA. Using different filters on his five telescopes, he was able to bring out the shapes and patterns created by different gases that have absorbed energy from nearby stars. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_114101/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410281145

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  • Skeleton Horse
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    Skeleton Horse 10/28/2014 CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA (PICTURED: Sandy Cramer with her horse) - These are the spook-tacular images of a horse that has been painted to look like a skeleton. Sandy Cramer, transformed her horse Raven into a bone-a fide skeleton when she decided to paint her for Halloween. Using non-toxic, acrylic craft paint, Sandy, from Rockbridge, Ohio, USA, first painted her horse to enter a Halloween photo contest on Facebook in 2011. After the contest, Raven, whose real name is Whispers Fantasy, became an internet sensation, attracting thousands of fans to her Facebook page, Knot Just Rope. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_112901/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410281144
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    Skeleton Horse
    10/28/2014
    CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
    (PICTURED: Sandy Cramer with her horse) - These are the spook-tacular images of a horse that has been painted to look like a skeleton. Sandy Cramer, transformed her horse Raven into a bone-a fide skeleton when she decided to paint her for Halloween. Using non-toxic, acrylic craft paint, Sandy, from Rockbridge, Ohio, USA, first painted her horse to enter a Halloween photo contest on Facebook in 2011. After the contest, Raven, whose real name is Whispers Fantasy, became an internet sensation, attracting thousands of fans to her Facebook page, Knot Just Rope. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_112901/Credit:CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA/1410281144

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  • Chili Life of a beautiful mountain
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    Chili Life of a beautiful mountain 10/28/2014 Artur Stanisz/Solent/SIPA These stunning photos document the life of a beautiful mountain - showing how spectacular it is in changing weather conditions. This mountain range in Chile was photographed over a course of six weeks to highlight how different it can look. Some pictures in the six-week-set show the Cordillera del Paine mountain range with a glorious evening glow shining down on it. Pictured: The stunning mountain range in Torres del Paine National park, Chile. /SOLENTNEWS_1044.01/Credit:Artur Stanisz/Solent/SIPA/1410281055
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    Chili Life of a beautiful mountain
    10/28/2014
    Artur Stanisz/Solent/SIPA
    These stunning photos document the life of a beautiful mountain - showing how spectacular it is in changing weather conditions. This mountain range in Chile was photographed over a course of six weeks to highlight how different it can look. Some pictures in the six-week-set show the Cordillera del Paine mountain range with a glorious evening glow shining down on it. Pictured: The stunning mountain range in Torres del Paine National park, Chile. /SOLENTNEWS_1044.01/Credit:Artur Stanisz/Solent/SIPA/1410281055

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  • Indonesia Grasshopper Frog Face to Face
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    Indonesia Grasshopper Frog Face to Face 10/28/2014 Andri Priyadi/Solent/SIPA Leapfrog! A cheeky little grasshopper couldn't go round a frog because the branch they were on was so thin - so he surprised him by going over instead. The 7cm-long frog stared out the insect as he got up close and personal to him on the thin branch. But the 1.5cm grasshopper left the bigger frog stunned by jumping onto his back and making his way across to the other side. These wonderful pictures were taken by 29-year-old Andri Priyadi near his back garden in Tangerang, Indonesia. /SOLENTNEWS_1040.01/Credit:Andri Priyadi/Solent/SIPA/1410281055
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    Indonesia Grasshopper Frog Face to Face
    10/28/2014
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    Leapfrog! A cheeky little grasshopper couldn't go round a frog because the branch they were on was so thin - so he surprised him by going over instead. The 7cm-long frog stared out the insect as he got up close and personal to him on the thin branch. But the 1.5cm grasshopper left the bigger frog stunned by jumping onto his back and making his way across to the other side. These wonderful pictures were taken by 29-year-old Andri Priyadi near his back garden in Tangerang, Indonesia. /SOLENTNEWS_1040.01/Credit:Andri Priyadi/Solent/SIPA/1410281055

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  • Harry Styles Colouring Book, Oct 2014
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    Harry Styles Colouring Book, Oct 2014 10/28/2014 REX/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Rex Features. Only for use in story about Mel Elliott's Harry Styles colouring book. Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX (4224129e) Since the success of Colour Me Good Ryan Gosling, Benedict Cumberbatch, James Franco and Tom Hiddleston, illustrator, Mel Elliott is back with Popular Illustrator Releases Harry Styles Colouring Book Illustrator Mel Elliott is back with a new fun colouring book called, Colour Me Good Harry. The colouring book will let Harry Styles fans enjoy colouring in various images of handsome Harry. Following the success of Colour Me Good Ryan Gosling, Benedict Cumberbatch, James Franco and Tom Hiddleston, Mel felt One Direction fans should also enjoy some colouring in fun. The book features 17 hand-drawn line images that allow the buyer to colour the popular One Direction member any way they choose. If you can't have the actual Harry, this has to be the next best thing. Colour Me Good Harry by Mel Elliott is out on 1 November and costs GBP 7.50. To pre-order: http://shop.ilovemel.me/ For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/BVAJDIORV/Rex_Harry_Styles_Colouring_Book_4224129E/MANDATORY CREDIT: Rex Features. Only for use in story about Mel Elliott's Harry Styles colouring book./1410281047
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    Harry Styles Colouring Book, Oct 2014
    10/28/2014
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Rex Features. Only for use in story about Mel Elliott's Harry Styles colouring book. Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX (4224129e) Since the success of Colour Me Good Ryan Gosling, Benedict Cumberbatch, James Franco and Tom Hiddleston, illustrator, Mel Elliott is back with Popular Illustrator Releases Harry Styles Colouring Book Illustrator Mel Elliott is back with a new fun colouring book called, Colour Me Good Harry. The colouring book will let Harry Styles fans enjoy colouring in various images of handsome Harry. Following the success of Colour Me Good Ryan Gosling, Benedict Cumberbatch, James Franco and Tom Hiddleston, Mel felt One Direction fans should also enjoy some colouring in fun. The book features 17 hand-drawn line images that allow the buyer to colour the popular One Direction member any way they choose. If you can't have the actual Harry, this has to be the next best thing. Colour Me Good Harry by Mel Elliott is out on 1 November and costs GBP 7.50. To pre-order: http://shop.ilovemel.me/ For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/BVAJDIORV/Rex_Harry_Styles_Colouring_Book_4224129E/MANDATORY CREDIT: Rex Features. Only for use in story about Mel Elliott's Harry Styles colouring book./1410281047

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  • Make up artist transforms herself into scary Halloween film characters, London, Britain, Oct 2014
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    Make up artist transforms herself into scary Halloween film characters, London, Britain, Oct 2014 10/28/2014 Maria Malone-Guerbaa/RE/REX/SIPA SEE INDIVIDUAL CREDITS Mandatory Credit: Photo by Maria Malone-Guerbaa/REX (4220981al) Maria paints herself as the Halloween film poster Make-Up Arist Transforms Herself Into Terrfiying Halloween Characters Talented London make-up artist Maria Malone-Guerbaa has recreated some of the most terrifying Halloween film characters on her own face. The mother-of-two shot to fame earlier this year for her incredible ability to transform herself into almost any celebrity face using purely make-up. The Irish make-up artist transformed herself into Freddy Krueger from Friday 13th, Chucky and the terrifying masked killer Michael Myers from the film Halloween. After putting her passion on hold when she had her family, 40-year-old Maria began to post her famous faces online, and it wasn't long before her Instagram went viral. What makes her face painting technique so unusual, is that unlike other special effects make-up artists, she does not rely on any prosthetic materials to create her 'faces'. She only uses paint and her natural talent to recreate Halloween characters, celebrity faces, footballers, zombies and even gory cuts. Since grabbing the headlines in June, Maria, lives with husband Billy and children Sophia, 12, and Adam, 10, has gone on to fulfil her dream of teaching make-up tutorials. The talented artist is able to give herself a picture-perfect likeness of other famous faces including A-list stars Angelina Jolie, Morgan Freeman, Nelson Mandela and even football star Wayne Rooney. "Since my make-up made the papers in July it's been very exciting, I appeared on this morning painting Philip Schofield live on air!! Was such a surreal experience and challenge! "Then woke up to find my make up on sky news with Eamonn Holmes and I was interviewed on arise news the next day. This was again such a shock to me and surreal! The story of my illusion work simply w... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/BVAXMXJUN/Rex_Make_up_artist_tur
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    Make up artist transforms herself into scary Halloween film characters, London, Britain, Oct 2014
    10/28/2014
    Maria Malone-Guerbaa/RE/REX/SIPA
    SEE INDIVIDUAL CREDITS Mandatory Credit: Photo by Maria Malone-Guerbaa/REX (4220981al) Maria paints herself as the Halloween film poster Make-Up Arist Transforms Herself Into Terrfiying Halloween Characters Talented London make-up artist Maria Malone-Guerbaa has recreated some of the most terrifying Halloween film characters on her own face. The mother-of-two shot to fame earlier this year for her incredible ability to transform herself into almost any celebrity face using purely make-up. The Irish make-up artist transformed herself into Freddy Krueger from Friday 13th, Chucky and the terrifying masked killer Michael Myers from the film Halloween. After putting her passion on hold when she had her family, 40-year-old Maria began to post her famous faces online, and it wasn't long before her Instagram went viral. What makes her face painting technique so unusual, is that unlike other special effects make-up artists, she does not rely on any prosthetic materials to create her 'faces'. She only uses paint and her natural talent to recreate Halloween characters, celebrity faces, footballers, zombies and even gory cuts. Since grabbing the headlines in June, Maria, lives with husband Billy and children Sophia, 12, and Adam, 10, has gone on to fulfil her dream of teaching make-up tutorials. The talented artist is able to give herself a picture-perfect likeness of other famous faces including A-list stars Angelina Jolie, Morgan Freeman, Nelson Mandela and even football star Wayne Rooney. "Since my make-up made the papers in July it's been very exciting, I appeared on this morning painting Philip Schofield live on air!! Was such a surreal experience and challenge! "Then woke up to find my make up on sky news with Eamonn Holmes and I was interviewed on arise news the next day. This was again such a shock to me and surreal! The story of my illusion work simply w... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/BVAXMXJUN/Rex_Make_up_artist_tur

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  • Hello Kitty Photo Gallery
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    Hello Kitty Photo Gallery 10/28/2014 AP/SIPA This photo provided by Sanrio shows the hello Kitty "Lita" high-heel shoe that is included in the Hello Kitty new limited edition products for the Hello Kitty 40th anniversary. The first Hello Kitty Con, a four-day festival of all things Kitty held in honor of the character’s 40th birthday, opens Oct. 30, 2014, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Sanrio)/CAET197/18733686255/FOR USE WITH AP LIFESTYLES AND ENTERTAINMENT. AP PROVIDES ACCESS TO THIS HANDOUT PHOTO TO BE USED SOLELY TO ILLUSTRATE NEWS REPORTING OR COMMENTARY ON THE FACTS OR EVENTS DEPICTED IN THIS IMAGE. THIS IMAGE MAY ONLY BE USED FOR 14 DAYS FROM TIME OF TRANSMIS/1410281029
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    Hello Kitty Photo Gallery
    10/28/2014
    AP/SIPA
    This photo provided by Sanrio shows the hello Kitty "Lita" high-heel shoe that is included in the Hello Kitty new limited edition products for the Hello Kitty 40th anniversary. The first Hello Kitty Con, a four-day festival of all things Kitty held in honor of the character’s 40th birthday, opens Oct. 30, 2014, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Sanrio)/CAET197/18733686255/FOR USE WITH AP LIFESTYLES AND ENTERTAINMENT. AP PROVIDES ACCESS TO THIS HANDOUT PHOTO TO BE USED SOLELY TO ILLUSTRATE NEWS REPORTING OR COMMENTARY ON THE FACTS OR EVENTS DEPICTED IN THIS IMAGE. THIS IMAGE MAY ONLY BE USED FOR 14 DAYS FROM TIME OF TRANSMIS/1410281029

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  • Make up artist transforms herself into famous faces, London Britain, June 2014
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    Make up artist transforms herself into famous faces, London Britain, June 2014 10/28/2014 Maria Malone-Guerbaa/RE/REX/SIPA SEE INDIVIDUAL CREDITS Mandatory Credit: Photo by Maria Malone-Guerbaa/REX (3796701d) The Queen, FULL BODY Make-Up Arist Transforms Herself Into Terrfiying Halloween Characters Talented London make-up artist Maria Malone-Guerbaa has recreated some of the most terrifying Halloween film characters on her own face. The mother-of-two shot to fame earlier this year for her incredible ability to transform herself into almost any celebrity face using purely make-up. The Irish make-up artist transformed herself into Freddy Krueger from Friday 13th, Chucky and the terrifying masked killer Michael Myers from the film Halloween. After putting her passion on hold when she had her family, 40-year-old Maria began to post her famous faces online, and it wasn't long before her Instagram went viral. What makes her face painting technique so unusual, is that unlike other special effects make-up artists, she does not rely on any prosthetic materials to create her 'faces'. She only uses paint and her natural talent to recreate Halloween characters, celebrity faces, footballers, zombies and even gory cuts. Since grabbing the headlines in June, Maria, lives with husband Billy and children Sophia, 12, and Adam, 10, has gone on to fulfil her dream of teaching make-up tutorials. The talented artist is able to give herself a picture-perfect likeness of other famous faces including A-list stars Angelina Jolie, Morgan Freeman, Nelson Mandela and even football star Wayne Rooney. "Since my make-up made the papers in July it's been very exciting, I appeared on this morning painting Philip Schofield live on air!! Was such a surreal experience and challenge! "Then woke up to find my make up on sky news with Eamonn Holmes and I was interviewed on arise news the next day. This was again such a shock to me and surreal! The story of my illusion work simply went round the world with messa... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/BVAXMXJUN/Rex_Make_up_artist_tur
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    Make up artist transforms herself into famous faces, London Britain, June 2014
    10/28/2014
    Maria Malone-Guerbaa/RE/REX/SIPA
    SEE INDIVIDUAL CREDITS Mandatory Credit: Photo by Maria Malone-Guerbaa/REX (3796701d) The Queen, FULL BODY Make-Up Arist Transforms Herself Into Terrfiying Halloween Characters Talented London make-up artist Maria Malone-Guerbaa has recreated some of the most terrifying Halloween film characters on her own face. The mother-of-two shot to fame earlier this year for her incredible ability to transform herself into almost any celebrity face using purely make-up. The Irish make-up artist transformed herself into Freddy Krueger from Friday 13th, Chucky and the terrifying masked killer Michael Myers from the film Halloween. After putting her passion on hold when she had her family, 40-year-old Maria began to post her famous faces online, and it wasn't long before her Instagram went viral. What makes her face painting technique so unusual, is that unlike other special effects make-up artists, she does not rely on any prosthetic materials to create her 'faces'. She only uses paint and her natural talent to recreate Halloween characters, celebrity faces, footballers, zombies and even gory cuts. Since grabbing the headlines in June, Maria, lives with husband Billy and children Sophia, 12, and Adam, 10, has gone on to fulfil her dream of teaching make-up tutorials. The talented artist is able to give herself a picture-perfect likeness of other famous faces including A-list stars Angelina Jolie, Morgan Freeman, Nelson Mandela and even football star Wayne Rooney. "Since my make-up made the papers in July it's been very exciting, I appeared on this morning painting Philip Schofield live on air!! Was such a surreal experience and challenge! "Then woke up to find my make up on sky news with Eamonn Holmes and I was interviewed on arise news the next day. This was again such a shock to me and surreal! The story of my illusion work simply went round the world with messa... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/BVAXMXJUN/Rex_Make_up_artist_tur

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  • Canada Annual Montreal Zombie Walk
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    Canada Annual Montreal Zombie Walk 10/28/2014 AGENCE QUEBEC PRESSE/SIPA Annual Zombie Walk and Halloween Parade in Montreal, Canada on October 25, 2104/Credit:Nguyen/AGENCE QUEBEC PRESSE/SIPA/1410280959
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    Canada Annual Montreal Zombie Walk
    10/28/2014
    AGENCE QUEBEC PRESSE/SIPA
    Annual Zombie Walk and Halloween Parade in Montreal, Canada on October 25, 2104/Credit:Nguyen/AGENCE QUEBEC PRESSE/SIPA/1410280959

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  • OSAKA, Japan - Sharp Corp. on Oct. 24, 2014, unveils an LED lighting unit equipped with a plasmacluster ion generator to break down unpleasant odors in a toilet. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom
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    OSAKA, Japan - Sharp Corp. on Oct. 24, 2014, unveils an LED lighting unit equipped with a plasmacluster ion generator to break down unpleasant odors in a toilet. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom 10/28/2014 31317929_1_khphotos/NEWSCOM/SIPA OSAKA, Japan - Sharp Corp. on Oct. 24, 2014, unveils an LED lighting unit equipped with a plasmacluster ion generator to break down unpleasant odors in a toilet. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121905/1028075.jpg/1410280854
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    OSAKA, Japan - Sharp Corp. on Oct. 24, 2014, unveils an LED lighting unit equipped with a plasmacluster ion generator to break down unpleasant odors in a toilet. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom
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    31317929_1_khphotos/NEWSCOM/SIPA
    OSAKA, Japan - Sharp Corp. on Oct. 24, 2014, unveils an LED lighting unit equipped with a plasmacluster ion generator to break down unpleasant odors in a toilet. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121905/1028075.jpg/1410280854

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  • NAGOYA, Japan - Shachihata Inc., a Japanese stationery maker, launches the "Kezuri Cap Mickey" pencil sharpener, seen in this undated photo, on Oct. 1, 2014. The product can be attached to the top of an empty plastic bottle. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom
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    NAGOYA, Japan - Shachihata Inc., a Japanese stationery maker, launches the "Kezuri Cap Mickey" pencil sharpener, seen in this undated photo, on Oct. 1, 2014. The product can be attached to the top of an empty plastic bottle. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom 10/28/2014 31317907_1_kyodowc1/NEWSCOM/SIPA NAGOYA, Japan - Shachihata Inc., a Japanese stationery maker, launches the "Kezuri Cap Mickey" pencil sharpener, seen in this undated photo, on Oct. 1, 2014. The product can be attached to the top of an empty plastic bottle. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121886/1028059.jpg/1410280733
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    NAGOYA, Japan - Shachihata Inc., a Japanese stationery maker, launches the "Kezuri Cap Mickey" pencil sharpener, seen in this undated photo, on Oct. 1, 2014. The product can be attached to the top of an empty plastic bottle. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom
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    31317907_1_kyodowc1/NEWSCOM/SIPA
    NAGOYA, Japan - Shachihata Inc., a Japanese stationery maker, launches the "Kezuri Cap Mickey" pencil sharpener, seen in this undated photo, on Oct. 1, 2014. The product can be attached to the top of an empty plastic bottle. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121886/1028059.jpg/1410280733

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  • NAGOYA, Japan - People walk in the 200-meter-long "Tunnel of Light" in the Nabana no Sato botanical park in Kuwana, Mie Prefecture, Japan, on Oct. 24, 2014, on the eve of the opening of the park's winter light show. The attraction employs light-emitting d
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    NAGOYA, Japan - People walk in the 200-meter-long "Tunnel of Light" in the Nabana no Sato botanical park in Kuwana, Mie Prefecture, Japan, on Oct. 24, 2014, on the eve of the opening of the park's winter light show. The attraction employs light-emitting d 10/28/2014 kyodowc121862.JPG k/NEWSCOM/SIPA NAGOYA, Japan - People walk in the 200-meter-long "Tunnel of Light" in the Nabana no Sato botanical park in Kuwana, Mie Prefecture, Japan, on Oct. 24, 2014, on the eve of the opening of the park's winter light show. The attraction employs light-emitting diodes. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121862/1028033.jpg/1410280424
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    NAGOYA, Japan - People walk in the 200-meter-long "Tunnel of Light" in the Nabana no Sato botanical park in Kuwana, Mie Prefecture, Japan, on Oct. 24, 2014, on the eve of the opening of the park's winter light show. The attraction employs light-emitting d
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    NAGOYA, Japan - People walk in the 200-meter-long "Tunnel of Light" in the Nabana no Sato botanical park in Kuwana, Mie Prefecture, Japan, on Oct. 24, 2014, on the eve of the opening of the park's winter light show. The attraction employs light-emitting diodes. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121862/1028033.jpg/1410280424

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  • TOKYO, Japan - Brown bears look for pink salmon at a river mouth on the Shiretoko Peninsula in Hokkaido in this file photo taken on Sept. 9, 2014. Japan's northernmost prefectural government is set to designate brown bears from 2015 as subject to its biod
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    TOKYO, Japan - Brown bears look for pink salmon at a river mouth on the Shiretoko Peninsula in Hokkaido in this file photo taken on Sept. 9, 2014. Japan's northernmost prefectural government is set to designate brown bears from 2015 as subject to its biod 10/28/2014 kyodowc121852.JPG k/NEWSCOM/SIPA TOKYO, Japan - Brown bears look for pink salmon at a river mouth on the Shiretoko Peninsula in Hokkaido in this file photo taken on Sept. 9, 2014. Japan's northernmost prefectural government is set to designate brown bears from 2015 as subject to its biodiversity conservation ordinance, which prohibits feeding wild animals to protect ecology. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121852/1028025.jpg/1410280234
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    TOKYO, Japan - Brown bears look for pink salmon at a river mouth on the Shiretoko Peninsula in Hokkaido in this file photo taken on Sept. 9, 2014. Japan's northernmost prefectural government is set to designate brown bears from 2015 as subject to its biod
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    TOKYO, Japan - Brown bears look for pink salmon at a river mouth on the Shiretoko Peninsula in Hokkaido in this file photo taken on Sept. 9, 2014. Japan's northernmost prefectural government is set to designate brown bears from 2015 as subject to its biodiversity conservation ordinance, which prohibits feeding wild animals to protect ecology. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121852/1028025.jpg/1410280234

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  • NASA:  Orbital Antares Rocket at the Launch Pad
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    NASA: Orbital Antares Rocket at the Launch Pad 10/27/2014 SIPANY/SIPA The Orbital Sciences Corporation Antares rocket, with the Cygnus spacecraft onboard, is seen on launch Pad-0A, Sunday, Oct. 26, 2014, at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. The Antares will launch with the Cygnus spacecraft filled with over 5,000 pounds of supplies for the International Space Station, including science experiments, experiment hardware, spare parts, and crew provisions. The Orbital-3 mission is Orbital Sciences' third contracted cargo delivery flight to the space station for NASA. Launch is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 27 at 6:45 p.m. EDT. Image Credit: NASA/Joel Kowsky/Sipa USA/sipausa.sipausa_14308223/HANDOUT***EDITORIAL USE ONLY***/1410271656
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    NASA: Orbital Antares Rocket at the Launch Pad
    10/27/2014
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    The Orbital Sciences Corporation Antares rocket, with the Cygnus spacecraft onboard, is seen on launch Pad-0A, Sunday, Oct. 26, 2014, at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. The Antares will launch with the Cygnus spacecraft filled with over 5,000 pounds of supplies for the International Space Station, including science experiments, experiment hardware, spare parts, and crew provisions. The Orbital-3 mission is Orbital Sciences' third contracted cargo delivery flight to the space station for NASA. Launch is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 27 at 6:45 p.m. EDT. Image Credit: NASA/Joel Kowsky/Sipa USA/sipausa.sipausa_14308223/HANDOUT***EDITORIAL USE ONLY***/1410271656

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  • Sunny autumn weather at Cliveden House, Buckinghamshire, Britain - 27 Oct 2014
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    Sunny autumn weather at Cliveden House, Buckinghamshire, Britain - 27 Oct 2014 10/27/2014 Stephen Simpson/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stephen Simpson/REX (4222909e) ' Licensed to London News Pictures. 27/10/2014. Cliveden, UK. A boy survey the water garden. People walk through the autumnal trees in the morning sunshine at Cliveden House in Buckinghamshire. Today 27th October 2014. Photo credit : Stephen Simpson/LNP Sunny autumn weather at Cliveden House, Buckinghamshire, Britain - 27 Oct 2014 /Rex_Autumn_weather_4222909E//1410271635
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    Sunny autumn weather at Cliveden House, Buckinghamshire, Britain - 27 Oct 2014
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stephen Simpson/REX (4222909e) ' Licensed to London News Pictures. 27/10/2014. Cliveden, UK. A boy survey the water garden. People walk through the autumnal trees in the morning sunshine at Cliveden House in Buckinghamshire. Today 27th October 2014. Photo credit : Stephen Simpson/LNP Sunny autumn weather at Cliveden House, Buckinghamshire, Britain - 27 Oct 2014 /Rex_Autumn_weather_4222909E//1410271635

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  • Autumn scenes at Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire, Britain - 27 Oct 2014
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    Autumn scenes at Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire, Britain - 27 Oct 2014 10/27/2014 Stephen Simpson/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stephen Simpson/REX (4222903e) A young boy and his father look at the trees Autumn scenes at Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire, Britain - 27 Oct 2014 /Rex_Autumn_scenes_4222903E//1410271626
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    Autumn scenes at Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire, Britain - 27 Oct 2014
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stephen Simpson/REX (4222903e) A young boy and his father look at the trees Autumn scenes at Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire, Britain - 27 Oct 2014 /Rex_Autumn_scenes_4222903E//1410271626

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  • Sunrise over The Shard and River Thames, London - 27 Oct 2014
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    Sunrise over The Shard and River Thames, London - 27 Oct 2014 10/27/2014 Steve Meddle/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Steve Meddle/REX (4222902a) Sunrise over The Shard and River Thames Sunrise over The Shard and River Thames, London - 27 Oct 2014 /Rex_Sunrise_London_4222902A//1410271620
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    Sunrise over The Shard and River Thames, London - 27 Oct 2014
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Steve Meddle/REX (4222902a) Sunrise over The Shard and River Thames Sunrise over The Shard and River Thames, London - 27 Oct 2014 /Rex_Sunrise_London_4222902A//1410271620

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  • Nasa: Bermuda after Hurricane Gonzalo
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    Nasa: Bermuda after Hurricane Gonzalo 10/27/2014 N.A.S.A/SIPA On October 17, 2014, the eye of category 3 Hurricane Gonzalo passed right over Bermuda. The storm knocked out power to most of the island and caused between $200Ð$400 million in property damage, though it did not cause any deaths. The potent storm also stirred up the sediments in the shallow bays and lagoons around Bermuda, spreading a huge mass of sediment across the North Atlantic Ocean. The Operational Land Imager on the Landsat 8 satellite acquired these two natural-color views of Bermuda. The top image was acquired on October 2, 2014, and the second was acquired on October 18, a day after Gonzalo passed through. Turn on the image comparison tool to see the movement of sediment, as well as some changes on the island itself. /NASA_1535.41/Credit:N.A.S.A/SIPA/1410271555
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    Nasa: Bermuda after Hurricane Gonzalo
    10/27/2014
    N.A.S.A/SIPA
    On October 17, 2014, the eye of category 3 Hurricane Gonzalo passed right over Bermuda. The storm knocked out power to most of the island and caused between $200Ð$400 million in property damage, though it did not cause any deaths. The potent storm also stirred up the sediments in the shallow bays and lagoons around Bermuda, spreading a huge mass of sediment across the North Atlantic Ocean. The Operational Land Imager on the Landsat 8 satellite acquired these two natural-color views of Bermuda. The top image was acquired on October 2, 2014, and the second was acquired on October 18, a day after Gonzalo passed through. Turn on the image comparison tool to see the movement of sediment, as well as some changes on the island itself. /NASA_1535.41/Credit:N.A.S.A/SIPA/1410271555

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  • Inland Delta of the Niger River
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    Inland Delta of the Niger River 10/27/2014 N.A.S.A/SIPA Apart from the delta of the Nile River, the inland delta of the Niger River may be AfricaÕs most famous. Astronauts aboard the International Space Station took this photograph of the region where the Niger and other rivers flow out of the wetter, more vegetated Sahel into the Sahara Desert. The rivers inundate the lush green wetland of the delta. For millennia, the river has been the most important water supply in the western Sahara Desert. After tracing an irregular path through a series of linear dunes, the river makes its way to the ancient city of Timbuktu and many other cities further downstream. Even the arrow-shaped, 100-kilometer (60 mile) depression known as Lake FaguibineÑscoured out by desert winds to levels a few meters below the Niger DeltaÑis still regularly flooded by water from the Niger. This allows crops to be grown on the lake floor as the water recedes. /NASA_1535.42/Credit:N.A.S.A/SIPA/1410271555
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    Inland Delta of the Niger River
    10/27/2014
    N.A.S.A/SIPA
    Apart from the delta of the Nile River, the inland delta of the Niger River may be AfricaÕs most famous. Astronauts aboard the International Space Station took this photograph of the region where the Niger and other rivers flow out of the wetter, more vegetated Sahel into the Sahara Desert. The rivers inundate the lush green wetland of the delta. For millennia, the river has been the most important water supply in the western Sahara Desert. After tracing an irregular path through a series of linear dunes, the river makes its way to the ancient city of Timbuktu and many other cities further downstream. Even the arrow-shaped, 100-kilometer (60 mile) depression known as Lake FaguibineÑscoured out by desert winds to levels a few meters below the Niger DeltaÑis still regularly flooded by water from the Niger. This allows crops to be grown on the lake floor as the water recedes. /NASA_1535.42/Credit:N.A.S.A/SIPA/1410271555

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  • Horror Halloween - Oct 2014
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    Horror Halloween - Oct 2014 10/27/2014 Gordon Rondelle/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Gordon Rondelle/REX (4222828e) Skull and crossbones gravestone Horror Halloween - Oct 2014 /Rex_Horror_Halloween_Oct_2014_4222828E//1410271440
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    Horror Halloween - Oct 2014
    10/27/2014
    Gordon Rondelle/REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Gordon Rondelle/REX (4222828e) Skull and crossbones gravestone Horror Halloween - Oct 2014 /Rex_Horror_Halloween_Oct_2014_4222828E//1410271440

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  • Deer in Richmond Park, Surrey, Britain - 25 Oct 2014
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    Deer in Richmond Park, Surrey, Britain - 25 Oct 2014 10/27/2014 Ian Schofield/LNP/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Ian Schofield/LNP/REX (4222800a) A stag amongst ferns in the early morning Deer in Richmond Park, Surrey, Britain - 25 Oct 2014 /Rex_Deer_in_Richmond_Park_Surrey_Britain_25_Oct//1410271414
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    Deer in Richmond Park, Surrey, Britain - 25 Oct 2014
    10/27/2014
    Ian Schofield/LNP/REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Ian Schofield/LNP/REX (4222800a) A stag amongst ferns in the early morning Deer in Richmond Park, Surrey, Britain - 25 Oct 2014 /Rex_Deer_in_Richmond_Park_Surrey_Britain_25_Oct//1410271414

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  • Morning Fog in Paris
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    Morning Fog in Paris 10/27/2014 Xavier Francolon/SIPA The Louvre and the Pont du Carrousel seen during a morning fog along the Seine river in Paris, FRANCE-27/10/2014./FRANCOLONXAVIER_1204.01/Credit:Xavier Francolon/SIPA/1410271209
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    Morning Fog in Paris
    10/27/2014
    Xavier Francolon/SIPA
    The Louvre and the Pont du Carrousel seen during a morning fog along the Seine river in Paris, FRANCE-27/10/2014./FRANCOLONXAVIER_1204.01/Credit:Xavier Francolon/SIPA/1410271209

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  • HIROSAKI, Japan - Photo taken on Oct. 27, 2014, in the northeastern Japan city of Hirosaki shows "pictorial apples" carrying a portrait of French President Francois Hollande and other drawings. The apples will be sent to the French presidential office in
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    HIROSAKI, Japan - Photo taken on Oct. 27, 2014, in the northeastern Japan city of Hirosaki shows "pictorial apples" carrying a portrait of French President Francois Hollande and other drawings. The apples will be sent to the French presidential office in 10/27/2014 31317754_1_kyodowc1/NEWSCOM/SIPA HIROSAKI, Japan - Photo taken on Oct. 27, 2014, in the northeastern Japan city of Hirosaki shows "pictorial apples" carrying a portrait of French President Francois Hollande and other drawings. The apples will be sent to the French presidential office in an effort to promote international exchanges. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121820/1027079.jpg/1410271129
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    HIROSAKI, Japan - Photo taken on Oct. 27, 2014, in the northeastern Japan city of Hirosaki shows "pictorial apples" carrying a portrait of French President Francois Hollande and other drawings. The apples will be sent to the French presidential office in
    10/27/2014
    31317754_1_kyodowc1/NEWSCOM/SIPA
    HIROSAKI, Japan - Photo taken on Oct. 27, 2014, in the northeastern Japan city of Hirosaki shows "pictorial apples" carrying a portrait of French President Francois Hollande and other drawings. The apples will be sent to the French presidential office in an effort to promote international exchanges. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121820/1027079.jpg/1410271129

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  • HIROSAKI, Japan - Photo taken on Oct. 27, 2014, in the northeastern Japan city of Hirosaki shows a "pictorial apple" carrying a portrait of French President Francois Hollande. The apple along with others featuring a variety of drawings will be sent to the
    SIPAUSA31317758
    HIROSAKI, Japan - Photo taken on Oct. 27, 2014, in the northeastern Japan city of Hirosaki shows a "pictorial apple" carrying a portrait of French President Francois Hollande. The apple along with others featuring a variety of drawings will be sent to the 10/27/2014 kyodowc121823.JPG k/NEWSCOM/SIPA HIROSAKI, Japan - Photo taken on Oct. 27, 2014, in the northeastern Japan city of Hirosaki shows a "pictorial apple" carrying a portrait of French President Francois Hollande. The apple along with others featuring a variety of drawings will be sent to the French presidential office in an effort to promote international exchanges. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121823/1027080.jpg/1410271132
    SIPAUSA31317758
    HIROSAKI, Japan - Photo taken on Oct. 27, 2014, in the northeastern Japan city of Hirosaki shows a "pictorial apple" carrying a portrait of French President Francois Hollande. The apple along with others featuring a variety of drawings will be sent to the
    10/27/2014
    kyodowc121823.JPG k/NEWSCOM/SIPA
    HIROSAKI, Japan - Photo taken on Oct. 27, 2014, in the northeastern Japan city of Hirosaki shows a "pictorial apple" carrying a portrait of French President Francois Hollande. The apple along with others featuring a variety of drawings will be sent to the French presidential office in an effort to promote international exchanges. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121823/1027080.jpg/1410271132

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  • Vienna:  Halloween at the Zoo Schoenbrunn
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    Vienna: Halloween at the Zoo Schoenbrunn 10/27/2014 DDP IMAGES EDITORIAL/SIPA Animals celebrate Halloween at the Zoo Schoenbrunn in Vienna, Austria/DDPIMAGESEDITORIAL_110101/Credit:DDP IMAGES EDITORIAL/SIPA/1410271104
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    Vienna: Halloween at the Zoo Schoenbrunn
    10/27/2014
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    Animals celebrate Halloween at the Zoo Schoenbrunn in Vienna, Austria/DDPIMAGESEDITORIAL_110101/Credit:DDP IMAGES EDITORIAL/SIPA/1410271104

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  • KYOTO, Japan - Some 1,000 goldfish swim in a large fishbowl lit up in the seven rainbow colors at the World Heritage site of Nijo Castle in Kyoto, western Japan, on Oct. 23, 2014, on the eve of an art exhibition of some 80 aquariums containing about 5,000
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    KYOTO, Japan - Some 1,000 goldfish swim in a large fishbowl lit up in the seven rainbow colors at the World Heritage site of Nijo Castle in Kyoto, western Japan, on Oct. 23, 2014, on the eve of an art exhibition of some 80 aquariums containing about 5,000 10/27/2014 kyodowc121805.JPG k/NEWSCOM/SIPA KYOTO, Japan - Some 1,000 goldfish swim in a large fishbowl lit up in the seven rainbow colors at the World Heritage site of Nijo Castle in Kyoto, western Japan, on Oct. 23, 2014, on the eve of an art exhibition of some 80 aquariums containing about 5,000 fish. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121805/1027059.jpg/1410270934
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    KYOTO, Japan - Some 1,000 goldfish swim in a large fishbowl lit up in the seven rainbow colors at the World Heritage site of Nijo Castle in Kyoto, western Japan, on Oct. 23, 2014, on the eve of an art exhibition of some 80 aquariums containing about 5,000
    10/27/2014
    kyodowc121805.JPG k/NEWSCOM/SIPA
    KYOTO, Japan - Some 1,000 goldfish swim in a large fishbowl lit up in the seven rainbow colors at the World Heritage site of Nijo Castle in Kyoto, western Japan, on Oct. 23, 2014, on the eve of an art exhibition of some 80 aquariums containing about 5,000 fish. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121805/1027059.jpg/1410270934

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  • KYOTO, Japan - A pizza delivery bike bearing the emergency police call number 110 sticker, indicating that children can seek help from the driver in case of emergency, is shown in Kyoto, western Japan, on Oct. 17, 2014. The Kyoto prefectural police reache
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    KYOTO, Japan - A pizza delivery bike bearing the emergency police call number 110 sticker, indicating that children can seek help from the driver in case of emergency, is shown in Kyoto, western Japan, on Oct. 17, 2014. The Kyoto prefectural police reache 10/27/2014 kyodowc121790.JPG k/NEWSCOM/SIPA KYOTO, Japan - A pizza delivery bike bearing the emergency police call number 110 sticker, indicating that children can seek help from the driver in case of emergency, is shown in Kyoto, western Japan, on Oct. 17, 2014. The Kyoto prefectural police reached an agreement the same day with a network of delivery pizza and sushi shops for their drivers to offer such assistance and help prevent crimes targeting children and women. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121790/1027048.jpg/1410270816
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    KYOTO, Japan - A pizza delivery bike bearing the emergency police call number 110 sticker, indicating that children can seek help from the driver in case of emergency, is shown in Kyoto, western Japan, on Oct. 17, 2014. The Kyoto prefectural police reache
    10/27/2014
    kyodowc121790.JPG k/NEWSCOM/SIPA
    KYOTO, Japan - A pizza delivery bike bearing the emergency police call number 110 sticker, indicating that children can seek help from the driver in case of emergency, is shown in Kyoto, western Japan, on Oct. 17, 2014. The Kyoto prefectural police reached an agreement the same day with a network of delivery pizza and sushi shops for their drivers to offer such assistance and help prevent crimes targeting children and women. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121790/1027048.jpg/1410270816

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  • Philippines Zombie Zumba Party
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    Philippines Zombie Zumba Party 10/27/2014 Rouelle Umali/XINHUA/SIPA (141026) -- MANDALUYONG, Oct. 26, 2014 (Xinhua) -- A woman holds a boy posing as a decapitated head during a Zombie Zumba Party in Mandaluyong City, the Philippines, Oct. 26, 2014. Around 500 people in various halloween costumes participated in Zombie Zumba Party, which is one of the city's efforts to promote a healthy lifestyle as part of the Halloween celebration. (Xinhua/Rouelle Umali) ****Authorized by ytfs****/CHINENOUVELLE_085501/Credit:Rouelle Umali/XINHUA/SIPA/1410270928
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    Philippines Zombie Zumba Party
    10/27/2014
    Rouelle Umali/XINHUA/SIPA
    (141026) -- MANDALUYONG, Oct. 26, 2014 (Xinhua) -- A woman holds a boy posing as a decapitated head during a Zombie Zumba Party in Mandaluyong City, the Philippines, Oct. 26, 2014. Around 500 people in various halloween costumes participated in Zombie Zumba Party, which is one of the city's efforts to promote a healthy lifestyle as part of the Halloween celebration. (Xinhua/Rouelle Umali) ****Authorized by ytfs****/CHINENOUVELLE_085501/Credit:Rouelle Umali/XINHUA/SIPA/1410270928

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  • OSAKA, Japan - A small portable stove burner intended for people eating alone is put on sale on Oct. 15, 2014, by gas supplier Iwatani Corp. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom
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    OSAKA, Japan - A small portable stove burner intended for people eating alone is put on sale on Oct. 15, 2014, by gas supplier Iwatani Corp. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom 10/27/2014 31317674_1_kyodowc1/NEWSCOM/SIPA OSAKA, Japan - A small portable stove burner intended for people eating alone is put on sale on Oct. 15, 2014, by gas supplier Iwatani Corp. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121769/1027021.jpg/1410270635
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    OSAKA, Japan - A small portable stove burner intended for people eating alone is put on sale on Oct. 15, 2014, by gas supplier Iwatani Corp. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom
    10/27/2014
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    OSAKA, Japan - A small portable stove burner intended for people eating alone is put on sale on Oct. 15, 2014, by gas supplier Iwatani Corp. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121769/1027021.jpg/1410270635

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  • ASAHIKAWA, Japan - Shogo Tachibana, an associate professor at a Hokkaido University graduate school, holds a model of the "Hayabusa" (falcon) unmanned space probe that brought back dust particles from the asteroid Itokawa in 2010 in this file photo taken
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    ASAHIKAWA, Japan - Shogo Tachibana, an associate professor at a Hokkaido University graduate school, holds a model of the "Hayabusa" (falcon) unmanned space probe that brought back dust particles from the asteroid Itokawa in 2010 in this file photo taken 10/27/2014 31317677_1_kyodowc1/NEWSCOM/SIPA ASAHIKAWA, Japan - Shogo Tachibana, an associate professor at a Hokkaido University graduate school, holds a model of the "Hayabusa" (falcon) unmanned space probe that brought back dust particles from the asteroid Itokawa in 2010 in this file photo taken in Sapporo in Japan's northernmost prefecture of Hokkaido on Sept. 18, 2014. The Hayabusa 2 asteroid explorer is set to be launched into space on Nov. 30. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121773/1027031.jpg/1410270635
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    ASAHIKAWA, Japan - Shogo Tachibana, an associate professor at a Hokkaido University graduate school, holds a model of the "Hayabusa" (falcon) unmanned space probe that brought back dust particles from the asteroid Itokawa in 2010 in this file photo taken
    10/27/2014
    31317677_1_kyodowc1/NEWSCOM/SIPA
    ASAHIKAWA, Japan - Shogo Tachibana, an associate professor at a Hokkaido University graduate school, holds a model of the "Hayabusa" (falcon) unmanned space probe that brought back dust particles from the asteroid Itokawa in 2010 in this file photo taken in Sapporo in Japan's northernmost prefecture of Hokkaido on Sept. 18, 2014. The Hayabusa 2 asteroid explorer is set to be launched into space on Nov. 30. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121773/1027031.jpg/1410270635

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  • Schensul: The beauty and oddities of cemeteries around the globe
    SIPAUSA30116243
    Schensul: The beauty and oddities of cemeteries around the globe 10/27/2014 SIPANY/SIPA In this area of Germany near the Dutch border, cemeteries are thought of as gardens, and relatives come to tend the plots of their loved ones. Graves look like small landscapes, complete with gravel pathways, miniature trees, and seasonal flowers. Watering cans are provided at regular intervals throughout the cemetery. (Photo by Jill Schensul/The Record/TNS/Sipa USA) /sipausa.sipausa_14305772/*** World Rights *** US Newspapers Out ***/1410270527
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    Schensul: The beauty and oddities of cemeteries around the globe
    10/27/2014
    SIPANY/SIPA
    In this area of Germany near the Dutch border, cemeteries are thought of as gardens, and relatives come to tend the plots of their loved ones. Graves look like small landscapes, complete with gravel pathways, miniature trees, and seasonal flowers. Watering cans are provided at regular intervals throughout the cemetery. (Photo by Jill Schensul/The Record/TNS/Sipa USA) /sipausa.sipausa_14305772/*** World Rights *** US Newspapers Out ***/1410270527

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  • 1,000 years of living: 10 Centenarians share secrets to a long life
    SIPAUSA30116239
    1,000 years of living: 10 Centenarians share secrets to a long life 10/27/2014 SIPANY/SIPA Adelaide Sennott, born in 1910, and her husband Dr. Waldron Sennott, born in 1909, have been married for 76 years, and are pictured here on Oct. 16, 2014 during a Centenarian Birthday Celebration in honor of the nine individuals, ages 100 years or more, who live at Pickersgill Retirement Community in Towson, Md. (Photo by Chiaki Kawajiri/Baltimore Sun/TNS/Sipa USA) /sipausa.sipausa_14305729/*** World Rights *** US Newspapers Out ***/1410270519
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    1,000 years of living: 10 Centenarians share secrets to a long life
    10/27/2014
    SIPANY/SIPA
    Adelaide Sennott, born in 1910, and her husband Dr. Waldron Sennott, born in 1909, have been married for 76 years, and are pictured here on Oct. 16, 2014 during a Centenarian Birthday Celebration in honor of the nine individuals, ages 100 years or more, who live at Pickersgill Retirement Community in Towson, Md. (Photo by Chiaki Kawajiri/Baltimore Sun/TNS/Sipa USA) /sipausa.sipausa_14305729/*** World Rights *** US Newspapers Out ***/1410270519

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  • Brazil: Brazil Holi Festival
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    Brazil: Brazil Holi Festival 10/27/2014 SIPANY/SIPA People having fun in Sao Paulo Holi Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on October 25, 2014. Photo by Fernando Nascimento/Fotoarena/Sipa USA/sipausa.sipausa_14304854/*** Brazil Out ***/1410270059
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    Brazil: Brazil Holi Festival
    10/27/2014
    SIPANY/SIPA
    People having fun in Sao Paulo Holi Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on October 25, 2014. Photo by Fernando Nascimento/Fotoarena/Sipa USA/sipausa.sipausa_14304854/*** Brazil Out ***/1410270059

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  • Belgrade Zombie Parade
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    Belgrade Zombie Parade 10/27/2014 OKSANA TOSKIC/SIPA Belgrade, Serbia - October 26, 2014: People dressed as a zombie taking part in Zombie Parade on a streets of Belgrade during a zombie walk in Belgrade, The zombie walk is part of the events of upcoming Serbian film fiction festival. /TOSKICOKSANA_0110.21/Credit:OKSANA TOSKIC/SIPA/1410270118
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    Belgrade Zombie Parade
    10/27/2014
    OKSANA TOSKIC/SIPA
    Belgrade, Serbia - October 26, 2014: People dressed as a zombie taking part in Zombie Parade on a streets of Belgrade during a zombie walk in Belgrade, The zombie walk is part of the events of upcoming Serbian film fiction festival. /TOSKICOKSANA_0110.21/Credit:OKSANA TOSKIC/SIPA/1410270118

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  • Montreal's 2014 Otakuthon
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    Montreal's 2014 Otakuthon 10/27/2014 Philippe Nguyen/NEWSCOM/SIPA Montreal - Canada - File Photo - Model released photo of cosplayers at Montreal's 2014 Otakuthon. Photo : Agence Quebec Presse - Philippe Nguyen Photo via Newscom/idphoto109760/1410270011
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    Montreal's 2014 Otakuthon
    10/27/2014
    Philippe Nguyen/NEWSCOM/SIPA
    Montreal - Canada - File Photo - Model released photo of cosplayers at Montreal's 2014 Otakuthon. Photo : Agence Quebec Presse - Philippe Nguyen Photo via Newscom/idphoto109760/1410270011

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  • OR: World Beard and Moustache Championships Held in Portland
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    OR: World Beard and Moustache Championships Held in Portland 10/26/2014 SIPANY/SIPA A man competes in the full beard category at the World Beard and Moustache Championships held at the Keller Auditorium in Portland, Ore., on October 25, 2014. (Photo by: Alex Milan Tracy/Sipa USA)/sipausa.sipausa_14301817/*** World Rights *** /1410261514
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    OR: World Beard and Moustache Championships Held in Portland
    10/26/2014
    SIPANY/SIPA
    A man competes in the full beard category at the World Beard and Moustache Championships held at the Keller Auditorium in Portland, Ore., on October 25, 2014. (Photo by: Alex Milan Tracy/Sipa USA)/sipausa.sipausa_14301817/*** World Rights *** /1410261514

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  • All Dogs Matter Halloween Dog Walk, Hampstead Heath, London, Britain - 26 Oct 2014
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    All Dogs Matter Halloween Dog Walk, Hampstead Heath, London, Britain - 26 Oct 2014 10/26/2014 Paul Brown/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Paul Brown/REX (4221339f) Benson the Beagle dressed as a Dragon at the All Dogs Matter Halloween Dog Walk, Hampstead Heath, London, England to raise money for the charity which helps homeless dogs All Dogs Matter Halloween Dog Walk, Hampstead Heath, London, Britain - 26 Oct 2014 /Rex_All_Dogs_Matter_Halloween_Dog_Walk_Hampstea//1410261442
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    All Dogs Matter Halloween Dog Walk, Hampstead Heath, London, Britain - 26 Oct 2014
    10/26/2014
    Paul Brown/REX/REX/SIPA
    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Paul Brown/REX (4221339f) Benson the Beagle dressed as a Dragon at the All Dogs Matter Halloween Dog Walk, Hampstead Heath, London, England to raise money for the charity which helps homeless dogs All Dogs Matter Halloween Dog Walk, Hampstead Heath, London, Britain - 26 Oct 2014 /Rex_All_Dogs_Matter_Halloween_Dog_Walk_Hampstea//1410261442

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  • 20th annual Emma Crawford Coffin Races, Manitou Springs, Colorado, America - 25 Oct 2014
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    20th annual Emma Crawford Coffin Races, Manitou Springs, Colorado, America - 25 Oct 2014 10/26/2014 Brandon Marshall/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Brandon Marshall/REX (4221313h) 20th annual Emma Crawford Coffin Races and Parade in Manitou Springs 20th annual Emma Crawford Coffin Races, Manitou Springs, Colorado, America - 25 Oct 2014 20th annual Emma Crawford Coffin Races and Parade in Manitou Springs in Manitou Springs, Colorado, American on October 25th, 2014. Emma Crawford was buried atop Red Mountain In 1881. Emma, a resident on Manitou Springs succumbed to tuberculosis. In 1926, after heavy erosion, Emma's coffin slid down Red Mountain and local folklore says Emma Crawford's spirit haunts the mountain ridge. /Rex_20th_annual_Emma_Crawford_Coffin_Races_Mani//1410261325
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    20th annual Emma Crawford Coffin Races, Manitou Springs, Colorado, America - 25 Oct 2014
    10/26/2014
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Brandon Marshall/REX (4221313h) 20th annual Emma Crawford Coffin Races and Parade in Manitou Springs 20th annual Emma Crawford Coffin Races, Manitou Springs, Colorado, America - 25 Oct 2014 20th annual Emma Crawford Coffin Races and Parade in Manitou Springs in Manitou Springs, Colorado, American on October 25th, 2014. Emma Crawford was buried atop Red Mountain In 1881. Emma, a resident on Manitou Springs succumbed to tuberculosis. In 1926, after heavy erosion, Emma's coffin slid down Red Mountain and local folklore says Emma Crawford's spirit haunts the mountain ridge. /Rex_20th_annual_Emma_Crawford_Coffin_Races_Mani//1410261325

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  • Cats take part in the two day CFA Cat Show Bulgaria
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    Cats take part in the two day CFA Cat Show Bulgaria 10/26/2014 PPF/WENN.COM/SIPA Cats take part in the two day CFA Cat Show Bulgaria. Cats owners from all over the world participated in the exhibition during which prices for some cat breeds rose to up to 800 Euros. Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Varna, Bulgaria When: 25 Oct 2014 Credit: Impact Press Group/WENN.com/news_cfa_cat_show_bulgaria_261014.wenn21863525/1410261303
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    Cats take part in the two day CFA Cat Show Bulgaria
    10/26/2014
    PPF/WENN.COM/SIPA
    Cats take part in the two day CFA Cat Show Bulgaria. Cats owners from all over the world participated in the exhibition during which prices for some cat breeds rose to up to 800 Euros. Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Varna, Bulgaria When: 25 Oct 2014 Credit: Impact Press Group/WENN.com/news_cfa_cat_show_bulgaria_261014.wenn21863525/1410261303

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  • TOKYO, Japan - Around 2,500 people take part in the annual Kawasaki Halloween Parade, the largest event of its kind in Japan, in the vicinity of JR Kawasaki Station in the city south of Tokyo on Oct. 26, 2014. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom
    SIPAUSA31317577
    TOKYO, Japan - Around 2,500 people take part in the annual Kawasaki Halloween Parade, the largest event of its kind in Japan, in the vicinity of JR Kawasaki Station in the city south of Tokyo on Oct. 26, 2014. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom 10/26/2014 kyodowc121734.JPG k/NEWSCOM/SIPA TOKYO, Japan - Around 2,500 people take part in the annual Kawasaki Halloween Parade, the largest event of its kind in Japan, in the vicinity of JR Kawasaki Station in the city south of Tokyo on Oct. 26, 2014. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121734/1026035.jpg/1410261304
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    TOKYO, Japan - Around 2,500 people take part in the annual Kawasaki Halloween Parade, the largest event of its kind in Japan, in the vicinity of JR Kawasaki Station in the city south of Tokyo on Oct. 26, 2014. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom
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    TOKYO, Japan - Around 2,500 people take part in the annual Kawasaki Halloween Parade, the largest event of its kind in Japan, in the vicinity of JR Kawasaki Station in the city south of Tokyo on Oct. 26, 2014. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121734/1026035.jpg/1410261304

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  • 2014 Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade
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    2014 Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade 10/26/2014 IZ2/WENN.COM/SIPA 2014 Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade Featuring: Atmosphere Where: New York, United States When: 25 Oct 2014 Credit: IZZY/WENN.com/news_tomkins_halloween_parade_261014.wenn21863472/1410261226
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    2014 Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade
    10/26/2014
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    2014 Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade Featuring: Atmosphere Where: New York, United States When: 25 Oct 2014 Credit: IZZY/WENN.com/news_tomkins_halloween_parade_261014.wenn21863472/1410261226

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  • Mass Thriller dance, Covent Garden, London, Britain - 25 Oct 2014
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    Mass Thriller dance, Covent Garden, London, Britain - 25 Oct 2014 10/26/2014 Alex MacNaughton Photog/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Alex MacNaughton Photography Limited/REX (4221297e) Mass Thriller dance, Covent Garden, London, part of Thrill The World an annual worldwide simultaneous dance of Michael Jackson's "Thriller." Mass Thriller dance, Covent Garden, London, Britain - 25 Oct 2014 The project is now in it's 9th year and raises awareness and funds for humanitarian causes. It is also an official world record event. /Rex_Mass_Thriller_dance_Covent_Garden_London_Br//1410261153
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    Mass Thriller dance, Covent Garden, London, Britain - 25 Oct 2014
    10/26/2014
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Alex MacNaughton Photography Limited/REX (4221297e) Mass Thriller dance, Covent Garden, London, part of Thrill The World an annual worldwide simultaneous dance of Michael Jackson's "Thriller." Mass Thriller dance, Covent Garden, London, Britain - 25 Oct 2014 The project is now in it's 9th year and raises awareness and funds for humanitarian causes. It is also an official world record event. /Rex_Mass_Thriller_dance_Covent_Garden_London_Br//1410261153

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  • NY: Dogs Dressed Up For Halloween Dog Parade
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    NY: Dogs Dressed Up For Halloween Dog Parade 10/26/2014 SIPANY/SIPA Dogs of all kinds get 'dressed' up for Halloween Dog Parade in New York's Tompkins Square Park on October 25, 2014 in New York, NY (Photo By Alberto Reyes/Sipa USA)/sipausa.sipausa_14300712/*** World Rights ***/1410260549
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    NY: Dogs Dressed Up For Halloween Dog Parade
    10/26/2014
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    Dogs of all kinds get 'dressed' up for Halloween Dog Parade in New York's Tompkins Square Park on October 25, 2014 in New York, NY (Photo By Alberto Reyes/Sipa USA)/sipausa.sipausa_14300712/*** World Rights ***/1410260549

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  • Colombia Homeless Fashion
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    Colombia Homeless Fashion 10/26/2014 Fernando Vergara/AP/SIPA Lina Ortiz, who lives in the street, gets make-up as she's prepared to model clothing in a fashion show at the Sabana Plaza shopping mall in downtown Bogota, Colombia, Friday, Oct. 24, 2014. The area's homeless modeled clothing sold at the shopping center and were given free food, showers, hair cuts and clothing, as part of the mall’s social responsibility program for nearly 200 homeless and drug addicts who live in the area. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)/XRM108/228021269051/1 OF 10 PHOTOS/1410260249
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    Colombia Homeless Fashion
    10/26/2014
    Fernando Vergara/AP/SIPA
    Lina Ortiz, who lives in the street, gets make-up as she's prepared to model clothing in a fashion show at the Sabana Plaza shopping mall in downtown Bogota, Colombia, Friday, Oct. 24, 2014. The area's homeless modeled clothing sold at the shopping center and were given free food, showers, hair cuts and clothing, as part of the mall’s social responsibility program for nearly 200 homeless and drug addicts who live in the area. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)/XRM108/228021269051/1 OF 10 PHOTOS/1410260249

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  • Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade presented by Beggin'
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    Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade presented by Beggin' 10/26/2014 Jason DeCrow/AP/SIPA IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR BEGGIN' - Frida, a chihuahua, appears dressed as New York City during the Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade presented by Beggin' Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014 in New York. (Photo by Jason DeCrow/Invision for Beggin'/AP Images)/INVL/85838613425/10251419478, 10100354,/1410260158
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    Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade presented by Beggin'
    10/26/2014
    Jason DeCrow/AP/SIPA
    IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR BEGGIN' - Frida, a chihuahua, appears dressed as New York City during the Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade presented by Beggin' Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014 in New York. (Photo by Jason DeCrow/Invision for Beggin'/AP Images)/INVL/85838613425/10251419478, 10100354,/1410260158

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  • Halloween Horror Nights
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    Halloween Horror Nights 10/26/2014 Roberto Gonzalez/AP/SIPA This photo provided by Universal Studios Florida, shows Greg Nicotero, Co-Executive Producer and Director of Special Effects Make-Up Artist for AMC’s The Walking Dead, surrounded by a horde of walkers at Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights 24. During his visit to the event on Saturday. Oct. 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Universal Studios Florida, Roberto Gonzalez) /NY119/797882731013/AP PROVIDES ACCESS TO THIS HANDOUT PHOTO TO BE USED SOLELY TO ILLUSTRATE NEWS REPORTING OR COMMENTARY ON THE FACTS OR EVENTS DEPICTED IN THIS IMAGE. THIS IMAGE MAY ONLY BE USED FOR 14 DAYS FROM TIME OF TRANSMISSION; NO ARCHIVING; NO LICENSING./1410260140
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    Halloween Horror Nights
    10/26/2014
    Roberto Gonzalez/AP/SIPA
    This photo provided by Universal Studios Florida, shows Greg Nicotero, Co-Executive Producer and Director of Special Effects Make-Up Artist for AMC’s The Walking Dead, surrounded by a horde of walkers at Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights 24. During his visit to the event on Saturday. Oct. 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Universal Studios Florida, Roberto Gonzalez) /NY119/797882731013/AP PROVIDES ACCESS TO THIS HANDOUT PHOTO TO BE USED SOLELY TO ILLUSTRATE NEWS REPORTING OR COMMENTARY ON THE FACTS OR EVENTS DEPICTED IN THIS IMAGE. THIS IMAGE MAY ONLY BE USED FOR 14 DAYS FROM TIME OF TRANSMISSION; NO ARCHIVING; NO LICENSING./1410260140

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  • Frightfully Delightful In-Store Event
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    Frightfully Delightful In-Store Event 10/26/2014 Richard W. Rodriguez/AP/SIPA IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR PETSMART - Bailey Jarrett and her dog Teddy visit a Dallas-area PetSmart store on Oct. 25, 2014, for the company's annual in-store Halloween event. The event took place at all PetSmart locations throughout the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico. (Photo by Richard W. Rodriguez/Invision for PetSmart/AP Images)/INVL/389934382814/10251419264, 10038349,/1410260104
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    Frightfully Delightful In-Store Event
    10/26/2014
    Richard W. Rodriguez/AP/SIPA
    IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR PETSMART - Bailey Jarrett and her dog Teddy visit a Dallas-area PetSmart store on Oct. 25, 2014, for the company's annual in-store Halloween event. The event took place at all PetSmart locations throughout the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico. (Photo by Richard W. Rodriguez/Invision for PetSmart/AP Images)/INVL/389934382814/10251419264, 10038349,/1410260104

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  • Frightfully Delightful In-Store Event
    AP21643414
    Frightfully Delightful In-Store Event 10/26/2014 Richard W. Rodriguez/AP/SIPA IMAE DISTRIBUTED FOR PETSMART - Bailey Jarrett and her dog Teddy visit a Dallas-area PetSmart store on Oct. 25, 2014, for the company's annual in-store Halloween event. The event took place at all PetSmart locations throughout the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico. (Photo by Richard W. Rodriguez/Invision for PetSmart/AP Images)/INVW/841231473426/1410252355
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    Frightfully Delightful In-Store Event
    10/26/2014
    Richard W. Rodriguez/AP/SIPA
    IMAE DISTRIBUTED FOR PETSMART - Bailey Jarrett and her dog Teddy visit a Dallas-area PetSmart store on Oct. 25, 2014, for the company's annual in-store Halloween event. The event took place at all PetSmart locations throughout the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico. (Photo by Richard W. Rodriguez/Invision for PetSmart/AP Images)/INVW/841231473426/1410252355

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  • TOKYO, Japan - More than 1,000 performers of "Tsugaru shamisen," a type of music played with the shamisen three-stringed, Japanese musical instrument, gather at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo on Oct. 25, 2014, to set a world record for the largest shamisen e
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    TOKYO, Japan - More than 1,000 performers of "Tsugaru shamisen," a type of music played with the shamisen three-stringed, Japanese musical instrument, gather at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo on Oct. 25, 2014, to set a world record for the largest shamisen e 10/25/2014 kyodowc121696.JPG k/NEWSCOM/SIPA TOKYO, Japan - More than 1,000 performers of "Tsugaru shamisen," a type of music played with the shamisen three-stringed, Japanese musical instrument, gather at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo on Oct. 25, 2014, to set a world record for the largest shamisen ensemble. Under the eye of staff from Guinness World Records Japan, they set a record when 1,124 performers played together. According to Guinness World Records, the previous world record in the category was set in 1999 at Tokyo Dome when 815 shamisen players performed together. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121696/1025022.jpg/1410251559
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    TOKYO, Japan - More than 1,000 performers of "Tsugaru shamisen," a type of music played with the shamisen three-stringed, Japanese musical instrument, gather at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo on Oct. 25, 2014, to set a world record for the largest shamisen e
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    TOKYO, Japan - More than 1,000 performers of "Tsugaru shamisen," a type of music played with the shamisen three-stringed, Japanese musical instrument, gather at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo on Oct. 25, 2014, to set a world record for the largest shamisen ensemble. Under the eye of staff from Guinness World Records Japan, they set a record when 1,124 performers played together. According to Guinness World Records, the previous world record in the category was set in 1999 at Tokyo Dome when 815 shamisen players performed together. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121696/1025022.jpg/1410251559

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  • TOKYO, Japan - More than 1,000 performers of "Tsugaru shamisen," a type of music played with the shamisen three-stringed, Japanese musical instrument, gather at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo on Oct. 25, 2014, to set a world record for the largest shamisen e
    SIPAUSA31317483
    TOKYO, Japan - More than 1,000 performers of "Tsugaru shamisen," a type of music played with the shamisen three-stringed, Japanese musical instrument, gather at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo on Oct. 25, 2014, to set a world record for the largest shamisen e 10/25/2014 31317482_1_kyodowc1/NEWSCOM/SIPA TOKYO, Japan - More than 1,000 performers of "Tsugaru shamisen," a type of music played with the shamisen three-stringed, Japanese musical instrument, gather at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo on Oct. 25, 2014, to set a world record for the largest shamisen ensemble. Under the eye of staff from Guinness World Records Japan, they set a record when 1,124 performers played together. According to Guinness World Records, the previous world record in the category was set in 1999 at Tokyo Dome when 815 shamisen players performed together. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121697/1025024.jpg/1410251559
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    TOKYO, Japan - More than 1,000 performers of "Tsugaru shamisen," a type of music played with the shamisen three-stringed, Japanese musical instrument, gather at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo on Oct. 25, 2014, to set a world record for the largest shamisen e
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    TOKYO, Japan - More than 1,000 performers of "Tsugaru shamisen," a type of music played with the shamisen three-stringed, Japanese musical instrument, gather at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo on Oct. 25, 2014, to set a world record for the largest shamisen ensemble. Under the eye of staff from Guinness World Records Japan, they set a record when 1,124 performers played together. According to Guinness World Records, the previous world record in the category was set in 1999 at Tokyo Dome when 815 shamisen players performed together. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121697/1025024.jpg/1410251559

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  • TOKYO, Japan - More than 1,000 performers of "Tsugaru shamisen," a type of music played with the shamisen three-stringed, Japanese musical instrument, gather at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo on Oct. 25, 2014, to set a world record for the largest shamisen e
    SIPAUSA31317481
    TOKYO, Japan - More than 1,000 performers of "Tsugaru shamisen," a type of music played with the shamisen three-stringed, Japanese musical instrument, gather at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo on Oct. 25, 2014, to set a world record for the largest shamisen e 10/25/2014 kyodowc121695.JPG k/NEWSCOM/SIPA TOKYO, Japan - More than 1,000 performers of "Tsugaru shamisen," a type of music played with the shamisen three-stringed, Japanese musical instrument, gather at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo on Oct. 25, 2014, to set a world record for the largest shamisen ensemble. Under the eye of staff from Guinness World Records Japan, they set a record when 1,124 performers played together. According to Guinness World Records, the previous world record in the category was set in 1999 at Tokyo Dome when 815 shamisen players performed together. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121695/1025023.jpg/1410251558
    SIPAUSA31317481
    TOKYO, Japan - More than 1,000 performers of "Tsugaru shamisen," a type of music played with the shamisen three-stringed, Japanese musical instrument, gather at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo on Oct. 25, 2014, to set a world record for the largest shamisen e
    10/25/2014
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    TOKYO, Japan - More than 1,000 performers of "Tsugaru shamisen," a type of music played with the shamisen three-stringed, Japanese musical instrument, gather at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo on Oct. 25, 2014, to set a world record for the largest shamisen ensemble. Under the eye of staff from Guinness World Records Japan, they set a record when 1,124 performers played together. According to Guinness World Records, the previous world record in the category was set in 1999 at Tokyo Dome when 815 shamisen players performed together. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121695/1025023.jpg/1410251558

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  • Alan Eustace breaks the skydiving world record over the Southern New Mexico desert, America - 24 Oct 2014
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    Alan Eustace breaks the skydiving world record over the Southern New Mexico desert, America - 24 Oct 2014 10/25/2014 REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX (4221170f) A high altitude balloon, the same technology used by World View, lifted Alan Eustace Alan Eustace breaks the skydiving world record over the Southern New Mexico desert, America - 24 Oct 2014 /Rex_Alan_Eustace_breaks_the_skydiving_world_rec//1410251337
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    Alan Eustace breaks the skydiving world record over the Southern New Mexico desert, America - 24 Oct 2014
    10/25/2014
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX (4221170f) A high altitude balloon, the same technology used by World View, lifted Alan Eustace Alan Eustace breaks the skydiving world record over the Southern New Mexico desert, America - 24 Oct 2014 /Rex_Alan_Eustace_breaks_the_skydiving_world_rec//1410251337

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  • Epinephelussp
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    Epinephelussp 10/24/2014 SIPANY/SIPA A 210-kilogram-weight Epinephelussp was showed at China Fisheries & Seafood Expo in Fuzhou, Fujian, China on 23th October, 2014. (Photo by Top Photo/Sipa USA)/sipausa.sipausa_14298031/*** China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong OUT ***/1410242200
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    10/24/2014
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    A 210-kilogram-weight Epinephelussp was showed at China Fisheries & Seafood Expo in Fuzhou, Fujian, China on 23th October, 2014. (Photo by Top Photo/Sipa USA)/sipausa.sipausa_14298031/*** China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong OUT ***/1410242200

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  • NASA:  Hinode Captures Images of Partial Solar Eclipse
    SIPAUSA30116187
    NASA: Hinode Captures Images of Partial Solar Eclipse 10/24/2014 SIPANY/SIPA A partial solar eclipse was visible from much of North America before sundown on Thursday, Oct.23. A partial eclipse occurs when the moon blocks a portion of the Sun from view. The Hinode spacecraft captured images of yesterday’s eclipse as it passed over North America using its X-ray Telescope. During the eclipse, the new moon eased across the Sun from right to left with the Sun shining brilliantly in the background. And as a stroke of good luck, this solar cycle’s largest active region, which has been the source of several large flares over the past week, was centered on the Sun’s disk as the moon transitted! Hinode is in the eighth year of its mission to observe the Sun. Previously, Hinode has observed numerous eclipses due to its high-altitude, sun-synchronous orbit. As viewed from Hinode’s vantage point in space, this eclipse was annular instead of partial, which means that the entire moon moved in front of the Sun but did not cover it completely. In this situation, a ring of the Sun encircles the dark disk of the moon. Led by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), the Hinode mission is a collaboration between the space agencies of Japan, the United States, the United Kingdom and Europe. NASA helped in the development, funding and assembly of the spacecraft's three science instruments. Hinode is part of the Solar Terrestrial Probes (STP) Program within the Heliophysics Division of NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington. NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., manages the Hinode science operations. The Lockheed Martin Corp. in Palo Alto, Calif., is the lead U.S. investigator for the Solar Optical Telescope. Image Credit: NASA/Sipa USA/sipausa.sipausa_14298004/HANDOUT***EDITORIAL USE ONLY***/1410242133
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    NASA: Hinode Captures Images of Partial Solar Eclipse
    10/24/2014
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    A partial solar eclipse was visible from much of North America before sundown on Thursday, Oct.23. A partial eclipse occurs when the moon blocks a portion of the Sun from view. The Hinode spacecraft captured images of yesterday’s eclipse as it passed over North America using its X-ray Telescope. During the eclipse, the new moon eased across the Sun from right to left with the Sun shining brilliantly in the background. And as a stroke of good luck, this solar cycle’s largest active region, which has been the source of several large flares over the past week, was centered on the Sun’s disk as the moon transitted! Hinode is in the eighth year of its mission to observe the Sun. Previously, Hinode has observed numerous eclipses due to its high-altitude, sun-synchronous orbit. As viewed from Hinode’s vantage point in space, this eclipse was annular instead of partial, which means that the entire moon moved in front of the Sun but did not cover it completely. In this situation, a ring of the Sun encircles the dark disk of the moon. Led by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), the Hinode mission is a collaboration between the space agencies of Japan, the United States, the United Kingdom and Europe. NASA helped in the development, funding and assembly of the spacecraft's three science instruments. Hinode is part of the Solar Terrestrial Probes (STP) Program within the Heliophysics Division of NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington. NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., manages the Hinode science operations. The Lockheed Martin Corp. in Palo Alto, Calif., is the lead U.S. investigator for the Solar Optical Telescope. Image Credit: NASA/Sipa USA/sipausa.sipausa_14298004/HANDOUT***EDITORIAL USE ONLY***/1410242133

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  • Inmate Dogs
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    Inmate Dogs 10/24/2014 Heather Leiphart/AP/SIPA In this photo taken on Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2014, inmates sit with their dogs, Leilani, left, and Trooper at the Bay County Jail in Panama City, Fla. (AP Photo/News Herald, Heather Leiphart)/FLPAN111/760977277791/PHOTO TAKEN ON WEDNESDAY, OCT. 8, 2014/1410242042
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    Inmate Dogs
    10/24/2014
    Heather Leiphart/AP/SIPA
    In this photo taken on Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2014, inmates sit with their dogs, Leilani, left, and Trooper at the Bay County Jail in Panama City, Fla. (AP Photo/News Herald, Heather Leiphart)/FLPAN111/760977277791/PHOTO TAKEN ON WEDNESDAY, OCT. 8, 2014/1410242042

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  • Mummified sculpture series Worn Out in Gaza by Iyad Shabbah, Gaza, Palestine, Oct 2014
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    Mummified sculpture series Worn Out in Gaza by Iyad Shabbah, Gaza, Palestine, Oct 2014 10/24/2014 Iyad Shabbah/REX/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Iyad Shabbah/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Iyad Shabbah's sculpture series Worn Out. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Iyad Shabbah/REX (4217985g) Worn Out is representative of the everyday conflict and ruin faced by the people of Gaza Palestinian Artist Erects Bloodied Clay Figures On Gaza Beach A Palestinian artist has produced striking sculptures in Gaza, documenting the destruction of the neighbourhood of Shuja'iyya during the recent conflict and the struggles of the now homeless community. Iyad Shabbah sculpted a set of clay figures wandering away from the war-torn wreckage. The figures intend to represent the dramatic scenes of families fleeing for their homes to escape bombings. Iyad lives in Gaza and was there during the most recent conflict, and has lived through the previous three wars. His sculpture series, titled Worn Out, symbolises the suffering of the shuja'iyya neighbourhood of Gaza. The figures appear to be almost mummified, as if completely consumed by the death and devastation surrounding them. They show a man holding a child in his arms, a woman gripping the hand of a small boy and elderly people staggering through the destruction. "I prefer sculptures that deal with humanitarian issues and have realistic dimensions. "People reacted very positively to my work and interacted with sculptures, however it did remind them of what happened in the war." Iyad placed the sculptures in front of blown-up buildings and the war-torn wreckage. The artist explains: "My work shows humans during the mass exodus of the people of the Palestinian neighbourhoods in Gaza. "I tried to recreate the experiences of the people of this region and the magnitude of the devastation through the work of sculpture in public space." Iyad says he used simple materials such as clay and polyester to create the clay figures to represent the pai... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/BVAHTNYHF/Rex_Mummified_Sculptures_M
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    Mummified sculpture series Worn Out in Gaza by Iyad Shabbah, Gaza, Palestine, Oct 2014
    10/24/2014
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Iyad Shabbah/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Iyad Shabbah's sculpture series Worn Out. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Iyad Shabbah/REX (4217985g) Worn Out is representative of the everyday conflict and ruin faced by the people of Gaza Palestinian Artist Erects Bloodied Clay Figures On Gaza Beach A Palestinian artist has produced striking sculptures in Gaza, documenting the destruction of the neighbourhood of Shuja'iyya during the recent conflict and the struggles of the now homeless community. Iyad Shabbah sculpted a set of clay figures wandering away from the war-torn wreckage. The figures intend to represent the dramatic scenes of families fleeing for their homes to escape bombings. Iyad lives in Gaza and was there during the most recent conflict, and has lived through the previous three wars. His sculpture series, titled Worn Out, symbolises the suffering of the shuja'iyya neighbourhood of Gaza. The figures appear to be almost mummified, as if completely consumed by the death and devastation surrounding them. They show a man holding a child in his arms, a woman gripping the hand of a small boy and elderly people staggering through the destruction. "I prefer sculptures that deal with humanitarian issues and have realistic dimensions. "People reacted very positively to my work and interacted with sculptures, however it did remind them of what happened in the war." Iyad placed the sculptures in front of blown-up buildings and the war-torn wreckage. The artist explains: "My work shows humans during the mass exodus of the people of the Palestinian neighbourhoods in Gaza. "I tried to recreate the experiences of the people of this region and the magnitude of the devastation through the work of sculpture in public space." Iyad says he used simple materials such as clay and polyester to create the clay figures to represent the pai... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/BVAHTNYHF/Rex_Mummified_Sculptures_M

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  • Czech Largest Dice At Museum Of Records And Curiosities In Pelhrimov
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    Czech Largest Dice At Museum Of Records And Curiosities In Pelhrimov 10/24/2014 Petr Lemberk/MAFRA/ISIFA/SIPA PELHRIMOV, CZECH REPUBLIC - OCTOBER 22: New Czech largest wooden dice moves to the Museum Of Records And Curiosities In Pelhrimov on October 22, 2014 in Pelhrimov, Czech Republic. Giant dice weighs 164 kg and one edge of the dice measures eighty centimeters. (Photo by isifa/Petr Lemberk)/ISIFA_1220201/Credit:Petr Lemberk/MAFRA/ISIFA/SIPA/1410241206
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    Czech Largest Dice At Museum Of Records And Curiosities In Pelhrimov
    10/24/2014
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    PELHRIMOV, CZECH REPUBLIC - OCTOBER 22: New Czech largest wooden dice moves to the Museum Of Records And Curiosities In Pelhrimov on October 22, 2014 in Pelhrimov, Czech Republic. Giant dice weighs 164 kg and one edge of the dice measures eighty centimeters. (Photo by isifa/Petr Lemberk)/ISIFA_1220201/Credit:Petr Lemberk/MAFRA/ISIFA/SIPA/1410241206

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  • Kenya: LionCam
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    Kenya: LionCam 10/24/2014 Steve Mandel/Caters News/SIPA PIC FROM STEVE MANDEL / CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: A PRIDE OF LIONS APPROACH THE REMOTE CONTROLLED LIONCAM WITH CURIOSITY.) - One photographer has managed to shoot amazing ROAR footage of wild lions up close, as part of a wildlife project involving a remote camera.Wildlife photographer Steve Mandel, from California, USA, has captured candid footage of lions in the wild in Kenya as part of a project called LionCam, where he attached a camera to a camouflaged buggy, which he used film the lions without getting hurt.The camera was sent into the area where the lions were and controlled remotely, producing this intriguing footage where the lions act just like big cats and enjoy playing with the LionCam.SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1153.01/Credit:Steve Mandel/Caters News/SIPA/1410241204
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    Kenya: LionCam
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    PIC FROM STEVE MANDEL / CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: A PRIDE OF LIONS APPROACH THE REMOTE CONTROLLED LIONCAM WITH CURIOSITY.) - One photographer has managed to shoot amazing ROAR footage of wild lions up close, as part of a wildlife project involving a remote camera.Wildlife photographer Steve Mandel, from California, USA, has captured candid footage of lions in the wild in Kenya as part of a project called LionCam, where he attached a camera to a camouflaged buggy, which he used film the lions without getting hurt.The camera was sent into the area where the lions were and controlled remotely, producing this intriguing footage where the lions act just like big cats and enjoy playing with the LionCam.SEE CATERS COPY. /CATERSNEWSAGENCY_1153.01/Credit:Steve Mandel/Caters News/SIPA/1410241204

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  • Smart Highway Glowing Lines road-markings, Oss, Netherlands - Oct 2014
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    Smart Highway Glowing Lines road-markings, Oss, Netherlands - Oct 2014 10/24/2014 Studio Roosegaarde/REX/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Studio Roosegaarde/Rex Features. Editorial use only Mandatory Credit: Photo by Studio Roosegaarde/REX (4217788f) The Glowing Lines collect energy during the day and give light in the evening Smart Highway Glowing Lines road-markings, Oss, Netherlands - Oct 2014 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pkmq The world's first glow-in-the-dark highway has opened. The so-called Smart Highway charges during the day and sees the edges of the road illuminated at night by Tron-like lighting. A pilot of the system is part of the ?N329 - Road of the Future? in Oss in the Netherlands. It is the brainchild of artist Daan Roosegaarde and construction company Heijmans and is expected to be the first of many. VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=heYGD2Cbx1k Mr Roosegaarde explains: "In this part of the road glow in the dark lines are installed, called Glowing Lines. These lines collect energy during the day and give light in the evening. Here the landscape becomes an experience of light and information. As a result this increases visibility and safety." /Rex_Smart_Highway_Glowing_Lines_roadmarkings_42/MANDATORY CREDIT: Studio Roosegaarde/Rex Features. Editorial use only/1410241134
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    Smart Highway Glowing Lines road-markings, Oss, Netherlands - Oct 2014
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    MANDATORY CREDIT: Studio Roosegaarde/Rex Features. Editorial use only Mandatory Credit: Photo by Studio Roosegaarde/REX (4217788f) The Glowing Lines collect energy during the day and give light in the evening Smart Highway Glowing Lines road-markings, Oss, Netherlands - Oct 2014 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pkmq The world's first glow-in-the-dark highway has opened. The so-called Smart Highway charges during the day and sees the edges of the road illuminated at night by Tron-like lighting. A pilot of the system is part of the ?N329 - Road of the Future? in Oss in the Netherlands. It is the brainchild of artist Daan Roosegaarde and construction company Heijmans and is expected to be the first of many. VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=heYGD2Cbx1k Mr Roosegaarde explains: "In this part of the road glow in the dark lines are installed, called Glowing Lines. These lines collect energy during the day and give light in the evening. Here the landscape becomes an experience of light and information. As a result this increases visibility and safety." /Rex_Smart_Highway_Glowing_Lines_roadmarkings_42/MANDATORY CREDIT: Studio Roosegaarde/Rex Features. Editorial use only/1410241134

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  • Swiss Army Knife gets trendy makeover to mark Victorinox's 130th birthday - Oct 2014
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    Swiss Army Knife gets trendy makeover to mark Victorinox's 130th birthday - Oct 2014 10/24/2014 Saktory/REX/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Saktory/Rex Features. Editorial use only Mandatory Credit: Photo by Saktory/REX (4217755r) Cherry blossoms Swiss Army Knife design Swiss Army Knife gets trendy makeover to mark Victorinox's 130th birthday - Oct 2014 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pkmj The humble Swiss Army Knife has become trendy. To celebrate maker Victorinox's 130th birthday this year designers at British start-up Saktory have put their heads together and decided it was time the practical and functional tool received a crafty make over. The iconic pocket knives - known for their multiple pull-out tools, such as a corkscrew and tweezers - are known for their distinctive red handles. But now Saktory say they have worked with Victorinox UK to "take things to a whole new dimension making the product trendy, exciting and very personal". Saktory say: "The Swiss Army Knife is our art canvas. We love the Victorinox range, and have worked hard with designers from across the globe to carefully produce designs which resonate with Victorinox fans from all walks of life giving them that wow feeling." Priced between GBP 34.99 and GBP 74.99, the partnership hope the eye-catching penknifes will make handy stock-fillers. /Rex_Swiss_Army_Knife_gets_trendy_makeover_42177/MANDATORY CREDIT: Saktory/Rex Features. Editorial use only/1410241120
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    Swiss Army Knife gets trendy makeover to mark Victorinox's 130th birthday - Oct 2014
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    Saktory/REX/REX/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Saktory/Rex Features. Editorial use only Mandatory Credit: Photo by Saktory/REX (4217755r) Cherry blossoms Swiss Army Knife design Swiss Army Knife gets trendy makeover to mark Victorinox's 130th birthday - Oct 2014 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pkmj The humble Swiss Army Knife has become trendy. To celebrate maker Victorinox's 130th birthday this year designers at British start-up Saktory have put their heads together and decided it was time the practical and functional tool received a crafty make over. The iconic pocket knives - known for their multiple pull-out tools, such as a corkscrew and tweezers - are known for their distinctive red handles. But now Saktory say they have worked with Victorinox UK to "take things to a whole new dimension making the product trendy, exciting and very personal". Saktory say: "The Swiss Army Knife is our art canvas. We love the Victorinox range, and have worked hard with designers from across the globe to carefully produce designs which resonate with Victorinox fans from all walks of life giving them that wow feeling." Priced between GBP 34.99 and GBP 74.99, the partnership hope the eye-catching penknifes will make handy stock-fillers. /Rex_Swiss_Army_Knife_gets_trendy_makeover_42177/MANDATORY CREDIT: Saktory/Rex Features. Editorial use only/1410241120

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  • Joanne Collins cute baby portraits, Sittingbourne, Kent, Britain - Oct 2014
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    Joanne Collins cute baby portraits, Sittingbourne, Kent, Britain - Oct 2014 10/24/2014 Joanne Collins Photogra/REX/SIPA MANDATORY CREDIT: Joanne Collins Photography/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Joanne Collin's work. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Joanne Collins Photography/REX (3907141e) Twin babies in a cute pose as they sleep Joanne Collins cute baby portraits, Sittingbourne, Kent, Britain - Oct 2014 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pkmc These adorable pictures are the work of professional photographer Joanne Collins, who specialises in capturing newborns posed as they slumber. The babies are seen snuggled into warm blankets and cushions, some adorned in cute woollen hats or cosy in baby baskets. Joanne, based in Sittingbourne, Kent, says that it is best to photograph the youngsters at between five to ten days, before they lose their fetal-like poses. "This is one of my most favourite aspects of photography. Photographing newborn babies under 14 days is truly wonderful and sentimental. "The photoshoot takes 4 hours and requires patience and true dedication. They are so tiny and precious, the utmost care is required so they are safe, secure and content, this is fundamental to achieving the special and very cute poses. It really is an absolute honour and privilege to be able to photograph these little miracles." /Rex_Joanne_Collins_cute_baby_portraits_3907141E/MANDATORY CREDIT: Joanne Collins Photography/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Joanne Collin's work. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1410241117
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    Joanne Collins cute baby portraits, Sittingbourne, Kent, Britain - Oct 2014
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    Joanne Collins Photogra/REX/SIPA
    MANDATORY CREDIT: Joanne Collins Photography/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Joanne Collin's work. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Joanne Collins Photography/REX (3907141e) Twin babies in a cute pose as they sleep Joanne Collins cute baby portraits, Sittingbourne, Kent, Britain - Oct 2014 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/pkmc These adorable pictures are the work of professional photographer Joanne Collins, who specialises in capturing newborns posed as they slumber. The babies are seen snuggled into warm blankets and cushions, some adorned in cute woollen hats or cosy in baby baskets. Joanne, based in Sittingbourne, Kent, says that it is best to photograph the youngsters at between five to ten days, before they lose their fetal-like poses. "This is one of my most favourite aspects of photography. Photographing newborn babies under 14 days is truly wonderful and sentimental. "The photoshoot takes 4 hours and requires patience and true dedication. They are so tiny and precious, the utmost care is required so they are safe, secure and content, this is fundamental to achieving the special and very cute poses. It really is an absolute honour and privilege to be able to photograph these little miracles." /Rex_Joanne_Collins_cute_baby_portraits_3907141E/MANDATORY CREDIT: Joanne Collins Photography/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Joanne Collin's work. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission/1410241117

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  • 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' poppy installation at Tower of London, Britain - 02 Sep 2014
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    'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' poppy installation at Tower of London, Britain - 02 Sep 2014 10/24/2014 Drew Buckley/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Drew Buckley/REX (4218255a) 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' poppy installation 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' poppy installation at Tower of London, Britain - 02 Sep 2014 /Rex_Poppy_art_4218255A//1410241110
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    'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' poppy installation at Tower of London, Britain - 02 Sep 2014
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Drew Buckley/REX (4218255a) 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' poppy installation 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' poppy installation at Tower of London, Britain - 02 Sep 2014 /Rex_Poppy_art_4218255A//1410241110

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  • Nasa: partial solar eclipse
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    Nasa: partial solar eclipse 10/24/2014 Bill Ingalls/NASA/SIPA A partial solar eclipse is visible just before sunset Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014, in Arlington, VA. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)/NASA_1103.01/Credit:Bill Ingalls/NASA/SIPA/1410241107
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    A partial solar eclipse is visible just before sunset Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014, in Arlington, VA. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)/NASA_1103.01/Credit:Bill Ingalls/NASA/SIPA/1410241107

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  • Perfect pumpkin for tiger twins? first halloween, Blackpool Zoo, Oct 2014
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    Perfect pumpkin for tiger twins? first halloween, Blackpool Zoo, Oct 2014 10/24/2014 Blackpool Zoo/REX/REX/SIPA Mandatory Credit: Photo by Blackpool Zoo/REX (4218010a) Purrfect Pumpkin Celebrates Tiger Twins' First Halloween Two special little tiger cubs have inspired a quirky piece of unique artwork, which has been created to mark their first Halloween. The stripey pair are the first of their kind to be born in Blackpool for 18-years and have been a huge cause for celebration for staff at the zoo. The stunning pumpkin carving, influenced by Blackpool Zoo's Amur tiger cub twins, has been crafted by master carver Simon McMinnis and put on display in the Big Cat House. The crafty creation is part of a week-long celebration for Halloween half term. Once the pumpkin is removed from display it will be used for enrichments for the cubs' next-door neighbours, the inquisitive meerkats. Roger Shillabeer, who is responsible for looking after Barney and Radzi, said: "We wanted to do something special for the tiger cubs' first Halloween and Simon McMinnis is a member at Blackpool Zoo. "He agreed to provide us with a fabulous work of art and we are delighted with the results.The birth of our first tiger cubs for almost two decades has created a real buzz here over the summer and they have been an instant hit with visitors. "Staff have been closely monitoring them and they are happy, healthy cubs that are really enjoying getting out and about and exploring the paddock. "I am sure that our Meerkats will have great fun playing with the pumpkin sculpture once we take it off display?it will be the only time they get to play with a tiger cub!" Barney and Radzi were born on June 11 earlier this year to first time parents Zambar and Alyona. Starting from this Saturday (25 Oct) there will devilish daily activities including pumpkin carving at the Pumpkin Grotto, Mysterious Mammals and Blood-thirsty Birds Quiz trail, colouring and writing competitions in creepy corners, scary story telli... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/BVFDJCWY/Rex_Perfect_pumpkin_for_
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    Perfect pumpkin for tiger twins? first halloween, Blackpool Zoo, Oct 2014
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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Blackpool Zoo/REX (4218010a) Purrfect Pumpkin Celebrates Tiger Twins' First Halloween Two special little tiger cubs have inspired a quirky piece of unique artwork, which has been created to mark their first Halloween. The stripey pair are the first of their kind to be born in Blackpool for 18-years and have been a huge cause for celebration for staff at the zoo. The stunning pumpkin carving, influenced by Blackpool Zoo's Amur tiger cub twins, has been crafted by master carver Simon McMinnis and put on display in the Big Cat House. The crafty creation is part of a week-long celebration for Halloween half term. Once the pumpkin is removed from display it will be used for enrichments for the cubs' next-door neighbours, the inquisitive meerkats. Roger Shillabeer, who is responsible for looking after Barney and Radzi, said: "We wanted to do something special for the tiger cubs' first Halloween and Simon McMinnis is a member at Blackpool Zoo. "He agreed to provide us with a fabulous work of art and we are delighted with the results.The birth of our first tiger cubs for almost two decades has created a real buzz here over the summer and they have been an instant hit with visitors. "Staff have been closely monitoring them and they are happy, healthy cubs that are really enjoying getting out and about and exploring the paddock. "I am sure that our Meerkats will have great fun playing with the pumpkin sculpture once we take it off display?it will be the only time they get to play with a tiger cub!" Barney and Radzi were born on June 11 earlier this year to first time parents Zambar and Alyona. Starting from this Saturday (25 Oct) there will devilish daily activities including pumpkin carving at the Pumpkin Grotto, Mysterious Mammals and Blood-thirsty Birds Quiz trail, colouring and writing competitions in creepy corners, scary story telli... For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/BVFDJCWY/Rex_Perfect_pumpkin_for_

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  • TOKYO, Japan - Combination photo shows former Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda (L) and Chinese President Xi Jinping. The two will meet in Beijing, China, on Oct. 29, 2014. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom
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    TOKYO, Japan - Combination photo shows former Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda (L) and Chinese President Xi Jinping. The two will meet in Beijing, China, on Oct. 29, 2014. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom 10/24/2014 kyodowc121656.JPG k/NEWSCOM/SIPA TOKYO, Japan - Combination photo shows former Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda (L) and Chinese President Xi Jinping. The two will meet in Beijing, China, on Oct. 29, 2014. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121656/1024039.jpg/1410240952
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    TOKYO, Japan - Combination photo shows former Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda (L) and Chinese President Xi Jinping. The two will meet in Beijing, China, on Oct. 29, 2014. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom
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    TOKYO, Japan - Combination photo shows former Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda (L) and Chinese President Xi Jinping. The two will meet in Beijing, China, on Oct. 29, 2014. (Kyodo) Photo via Newscom/kyodowc121656/1024039.jpg/1410240952

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