Fotos extraordinárias

A cat wears sunglasses while enjoying the sunshine on Sao Conrado beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The Soyuz capsule with International Space Station (ISS) crew members, Barry Wilmore of the US,
along with Alexander Samokutyaev and Elena Serova of Russia, descends before landing in Kazakhstan.
A woman carries a crate of bananas in Dharavi, Mumbai's biggest slum.
The polluted canal to the left of the picture meets the Mithi River which later opens up to the Arabian Sea.
A veiled chameleon hatchling at Taronga Zoo in Sydney.
Taronga has welcomed more than 20 baby chameleons, with the last of three clutches of eggs hatching this week.
Veiled chameleons, or Chamaeleo calyptratus, are native to Saudi Arabia and Yemen and can live for up to five years.
Egg-streme sport: Kung Fu master Zuo Chongyang stands on four eggs
while lifting three buckets filled with water in Changsha, Hunan Province, China.
Thousands of skiers await the start of the annual Engadin marathon from Maloja to S-chanf in south-eastern Switzerland.
Wildlife photographer Sean Crane took this fun shot of an orangutan in the rainforests
of Tanjung Puting National Park on the island of Borneo, Indonesia.
A border collie named 'Spring' leaps as he attempts to catch a Frisbee during a canine competition
at the annual 'Woofstock 90210' dog show in Beverly Hills, California.

An artist created the world's smallest sculpture...only for it to be crushed.
Jonty Hurwitz creates sculptures so small they can sit on a human hair or on the head of an ant but 'freaked out'
when he discovered a number of them had been squashed during a photoshoot.
The 45-year-old's tiny figurines are less than a tenth of a millimetre tall and are created through a process called nano-printing.
His works have included a naked woman, a couple - one of them winged - in an embrace and a group of female mannequins.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel watches Honda Motor Co.’s interactive robot Asimo
at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo.
Merkel is in Japan as part of a series of bilateral meetings with G-7 leaders ahead of a June summit in Germany.
 Volkswagen cars are shuffled around and stored in the ultimate 'garage' at the car manufacturers plant in Wolfsburg, Germany.
A huge flock of starlings congregate in front of the West Pier during sunset in Brighton on Saturday evening.
People watch a fight between male small-tail han sheep in Huxian, China.
A model presents a creation by Iris Van Herpen during the 2015-2016 fall/winter ready-to-wear collection fashion show in Paris.
Pelicans try to catch a fish thrown by a fisherman on a fishing pier in Paracas National Reserve in Ica, Peru.
The Paracas reserve, which aims to preserve the marine ecosystem, is located on the coastal areas and tropical desert of Peru.
A man watches the sun set over the skyline of Johannesburg, South Africa.
Mugly, the world's ugliest dog, with his brother at Crufts on Saturday.
The nine-year-old Chinese Crested from Peterborough, won $1,000 when he was officially recognised as the world's ugliest dog last year.
A skier climbs up to the summit of Seegrube mountain above the western Austrian city of Innsbruck.
A child crawls on the glass balcony at the skydeck of the Willis Tower in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
A herdsman drives sheep on a snow-covered path in Ili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture, in northwest
China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
Student protesters in Myanmar clashed with riot police in Letpadan, 140km (90 miles) north of Yangon.
The students say they want changes to be made to a new bill which they say centralises control over higher education.
Tensions have been rising in Letpadan since last week, after police gave the students a deadline to disperse.
A balloon depicting Vincent van Gogh flies over the Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin mosque
during the Hot Air Balloon festival in Putrajaya, Malaysia.
Taronga Zoo in Australia has welcomed more than 20 baby chameleons, with the last of three clutches of eggs hatching this week.
Veiled Chameleons, or Chamaeleo calyptratus, are native to Saudi Arabia and Yemen and can live up to five years.
Indian men carry the body of a leopard in Gauhati, in the northeastern Indian state of Assam.
The leopard fell into narrow cave near a temple and died before it could be rescued,
according to the Press Trust of India.
Due to habitat loss, leopards sometimes enter populated areas in search of food.
A man dressed as Ironman takes a seat in the cafeteria
at the London Super ComicCon at the ExCel centre in east London.


  1. Amanhã há mais, Mor.
    Fotos de "família" :)

  2. A fotografia nº 5 está fantástica.

    Aquele abraço.

    1. Só vejo uma maneira de aquilo ser possível, Ricardo (e não é nada fácil) - os ovos são de madeira!
      Aquele abraço

  3. Todas as fotografias são interessantes e espectaculares, cada uma à sua maneira com certeza.
    Em termos estrictamente fotográficos a que mais chamou a minha atenção é a nº 8, do collie fixado no objecto que vai abocanhar. Acho que é "aquele momento"!
    Grande abraço pah!

  4. São mesmo fotografias extraordinárias e dão-nos a ideia da diversidade no mundo, debaixo do mesmo céu :)


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