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The Photos Of 2018 Week 07

Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.

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French farmer finds happiness in life before machines

When farm machinery revolutionized French agriculture in the years after World War Two, a young Jean-Bernard Huon turned his back on the new technology.
Half a century later Huon still uses oxen to plough his fields, determined to preserve an ancestral, peasant way of life.

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Skiing’s origins in China’s remote west

For much of the year, skiing is the only way to get around Khom, a village of wooden cabins heated by earthen stoves, five hours' drive from the nearest major town in the northern Altay region of Xinjiang.

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War of the oranges in Italy

Members of rival teams battle it out in a war with oranges during the annual carnival in the northern Italian town of Ivrea.

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Carnival in Brazil’s jungle

Carnival in Brazil's big cities might seem like a jungle, but they actually celebrate carnival in Brazil's real jungle too.

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The Photos Of 2018 Week 06

Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.

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The 2018 Carnival In Brazil in Photos

It's still on the bucket list. Let's make 2019 that year it disappears of that list.
It just looks so awesome.

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Back to hockey’s roots on Lake Nokomis

In Minneapolis, 2,500 amateur players take to the frozen surface of Lake Nokomis for the U.S. Pond Hockey Championship in a celebration of a childhood joy for millions of players.

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Cookies, cappuccino and canines

I went to a hedgehog café in Tokyo, but all those hedgehogs were by the half hour. In Boris and Horton in NYC you take you own dog and other dog owners take theirs.
Like a park, but indoors and with coffee and cookies.

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Carnival in Venice

It's not quite Rio or New Orleans, but Venice carnival has it's charme and mystery.

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Inside Amazon’s Spheres

When you're called Amazon and you've got all the money in the world you can build yourself an office called Spheres and populate it with some 40,000 plants of 400 species.
You'll never want to leave this place and that's exactly what they want.

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Tokyo has become a Winter Wonderland

The Japanese capital dug out from heavy snow that had snarled traffic, trapping cars on bridges and in tunnels, although transport delays remained around the metropolis.

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