martes, 9 de agosto de 2011


Lanterns are released during a ceremony to commemorate the first anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami on Pak Meng beach, Thailand December 26, 2005. Thousands of locals and foreigners gathered in southern Thailand to commemorate the December 26, 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, which killed 5,395 people and wiped out 47 villages along the country's Andaman Sea coastline. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh

Snow falls on Times Square during a spring storm in New York April 5, 2006. New Yorkers were treated to a last gasp of winter, as big snowflakes fell on the metro area. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

A Nigerian boy walks along the river bank at sunset in Ibeshe near Nigeria's commercial hub Lagos, May 24, 2006. Nigeria is the world's eighth biggest exporter of crude oil and its earnings have soared thanks to high prices on world markets, allowing it to build up $36 billion of foreign reserves, but it is also one of the world's poorest countries, with the majority of its 140 million inhabitants getting by on less than $1 a day. REUTERS/George Esiri

Fireworks shoot past the moon as a ceremony, presided by Pope Benedict XVI at the 5th world meeting of families, came to an end in Valencia July 8, 2006. Pope Benedict arrived on a lightning trip to Spain to glorify traditional family values in a country whose government has been sharply criticised by the Catholic Church for legalising gay marriage. REUTERS/Victor Fraile

A visitor holding a paper lantern walks in front of an illuminated bamboo grove at Shorenin temple in the ancient capital of Kyoto, western Japan November 13, 2006. REUTERS/Issei Kato

People walk in Marrakesh's Djemaa El Fnaa square February 21, 2007. Djemaa el Fna is a square and market place in Marrakesh's old city where Jugglers, storytellers, snake charmers, musicians and acrobats can be seen every day. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante

Lanterns are hung along a street during the lunar new year season in Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia, February 21, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Chong

A plane passes the moon as it comes into land at Heathrow Airport in west London May 30, 2007. A public inquiry into expansion proposals for Stansted Airport in Essex in southern England began on Wednesday when operator BAA sought to overturn a local authority rejection of an increase in flights. BAA wants to increase the number of passengers using the airport - London's third after Heathrow and Gatwick - to 35 million by 2014 and to increase the number of flights to 264,000 a year. REUTERS/Toby Melville

Children play near illuminated balloons during a company's Christmas party in the northern German town of Hamburg December 7, 2004. REUTERS/Christian Charisius

Bulgarian children spin fireballs during Mesni Zagovezni (Shrovetide) celebration in the village of Lozen near Sofia, February 26, 2006. Many Bulgarians mark Mesni Zagovezni as they chase evil spirits with fire rituals on Sunday. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov

Artists perform during the opening ceremony of the Dubai World Cup horse race in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, March 25, 2006. REUTERS/Jack Dabaghian

A Chinese boy plays during a full moon in Shanghai October 17, 2005. China's second manned spacecraft returned on Monday after orbiting the Earth for five days as patriotic fervour gripped the nation and the media hailed the mission as a symbol of China's technological prowess. REUTERS/Aly Song

A general view of the beach at the resort town of Cancun in Mexico's state of Quintana Roo as Hurricane Wilma approaches October 19, 2005. Described by meteorologists as potentially catastrophic, Wilma dumped rain on the Honduran coast and whipped up winds that briefly reached nearly 175 mph (280 km). Authorities began evacuating 10,000 people in the Mexican coastal state of Quintana Roo and tourists lined up at the airport to escape the beach resort of Cancun, where the storm was due to hit on Thursday. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar

Heat lightning is shown in powerless Delray Beach, Florida, September 6, 2004 after Hurricane Frances. Frances, a Category 2 storm, left hundreds of thousands of Floridians without electricity after heavy winds and torrential rains. REUTERS/Marc Serota

People pass in front of Vittorio Emanuele monument during the White Night, a nocturnal extravaganza of cultural events in Rome, September 19, 2004. Two million people massed in Rome's streets, monuments and museums overnight, celebrating the Italian capital's second annual White Night. REUTERS/Tony Gentile

Britain's Houses of Parliament are seen during a rain shower in London January 17, 2005.REUTERS/Russell Boyce

A young boy swings on an old tyre in a local park as the sun sets behind the city skyline in Sydney May 12, 2003. Southerly winds continue to bring clouds and colder conditions to the city, a constant reminder that the cold winter months for the southern hemisphere city are moving ever closer. REUTERS/David Gray

A couple take a late night walk in a North Vancouver park during a winter storm, December 30, 2003. Residents of this Canadian west coast city, who normally experience rainy and mild winters, were expected to see upwards of eight centimeters (3 inches) of snow. Picture taken December 30, 2003. REUTERS/Andy Clark

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