ini dia Foto2 terbaik minggu ini (15-22 April) [Keren gan]

May 7, 2010 at 3:09 am (Uncategorized)

Situs MSNBC merilis foto2 kejadian menarik pd minggu ini.

Berikut adalah foto2nya, cekidot gan: Ring of fire:

This NASA photo made available on April 21 shows the first images from the Solar Dynamics Observatory. Launched on Feb. 11, the spacecraft is on a five-year mission to study the sun.
Flowery attraction:

A bee hovers in front of a sunflower at the University of the Philippines, Diliman, east of Quezon City, on April 21. Sunflowers are planted every year in this same spot in honor of the new graduates of the University of the Philippines, which is considered one of the top universities in the Philippines.

Tightly knit:

Afghan women learn how to make a doll at an April 15 workshop in Kandahar sponsored by a Malaysian nongovernmental organization called Mercy. Some 80 women participate in every workshop despite rising tensions in the city between the Taliban and NATO troops.
Dirty thunderstorm:

The Eyjafjallajokull volcano in Iceland, photographed on April 17, producing lightning, or “dirty thunderstorms.” Scientists believe such electrical displays are generated when rock fragments, ash, and ice particles in a volcanic plume collide and produce static charges in the same manner that ice particles collide during thunderstorms.

A friend in need:

A child hugs his dog in front of collapsed buildings in Jiegu, Yushu County, Qinghai province, China, on April 19. A powerful earthquake hit the area April 14, killing more than 2,000 people.
Praying for the dead:

Praying Tibetan monks are distorted by the heat of the mass cremation on April 17 for victims of the earthquake in China’s Qinghai province. Monks wearing face masks set ablaze piles of the blanket-wrapped bodies of China’s earthquake victims on a mountaintop, as necessity forced local Tibetans to break with the tradition of leaving their dead out for vultures.

Flying leap:

A youth jumps into the ocean from a breakwater in Havana, Cuba, on April 21.
Grander than before:

An employee, right, of Mumbai’s Oberoi Hotel, which was one of the targets of Nov. 26, 2008, terror attacks that left 166 people dead, walks after a news conference held at the hotel on April 21. The five-star complex is reopening to guests after a $45 million reconstruction.
After the fall:

Riders lie on the ground after falling during the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy, Belgium, on April 21. BMC Racing team rider Cadel Evans of Australia won the 124-mile race. Katusha team rider Joaquim Rodriguez of Spain was second and Astana team rider Alberto Contador of Spain finished third.
Water break:

Sudanese men with donkey carts pick up water at a standpost in the Gabarona Suburb near Omdurman, west of Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, on April 19. Sudan held its first open elections in 24 years, and early results suggest President Omar Hassan al-Bashir and his party are headed for a strong win. Opposition parties have accused the incumbent president’s party of voter fraud and intimidation, and the U.S. says the vote was beset by “serious irregularities.”
Ice jam:

Workers remove ice blocks from under a vessel to release its propeller, on the Khatanga River at Russia’s northern settlement of Khatanga, on April 15.
White power?:

A man looks for help as an anti-Nazi crowd converges on him, suspecting him to be a white supremacist, at Los Angeles City Hall on April 17. Hundreds of counter-protesters carrying anti-Nazi signs gathered in downtown Los Angeles where a white supremacist group was rallying.
Taking to the skies:

In this photo, taken with a long exposure, the path of a plane is seen over the top of an erupting volcano near Eyjafjallajokull, Iceland, on April 19.

No-fly zone:

Passengers are reflected in a departure board that shows all flights canceled at Schoenefeld airport outside Berlin on April 18. Ash clouds from an erupting volcano in Iceland grounded planes at airports across Europe for days.
Cooling off:

Children swim in the polluted waters of the Hindon River in Ghaziabad, on the outskirts of New Delhi, India, on April 20. Northern India continued to experience a heat wave, with temperatures in New Delhi reaching 107 degrees according to news reports.
Back to nature:

Daniela Payvagi, a child from the Ache indigenous group, plays near a waterfall in Cerro Moroti, Paraguay, on April 17. According to Paraguay’s National Commission for Truth and Justice, the Ache were hunted by white men until the 1970s, reducing the group’s population to 1,500. April 19 marks the International Day of the American Indigenous People. Back to nature



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