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Of Talk and Resolution                                                                
Pro-democracy protesters watch a live televised talk between pro-democracy student leaders and the Hong Kong government outside the Central Government Offices in the Admiralty district in Hong Kong on Oct. 21, 2014.
Student leaders met with Hong Kong government officials in televised talks to air their concerns after blocking roads and clashing with police for almost a month.
The talks failed to yield any breakthrough on ending the occupation. The government said it is considering submitting a report to China relaying the demands and concerns of the protesters. Such a report would provide Beijing with a “reference” on the demonstrators’ opinions, rather than attempt to modify an Aug. 31 ruling by China on Hong Kong’s leadership elections, Chief Secretary Carrie Lam said yesterday at the talks.
Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg
© 2014 Bloomberg Finance LP
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Of Talk and Resolution                                                                
Pro-democracy protesters watch a live televised talk between pro-democracy student leaders and the Hong Kong government outside the Central Government Offices in the Admiralty district in Hong Kong on Oct. 21, 2014.
Student leaders met with Hong Kong government officials in televised talks to air their concerns after blocking roads and clashing with police for almost a month.
The talks failed to yield any breakthrough on ending the occupation. The government said it is considering submitting a report to China relaying the demands and concerns of the protesters. Such a report would provide Beijing with a “reference” on the demonstrators’ opinions, rather than attempt to modify an Aug. 31 ruling by China on Hong Kong’s leadership elections, Chief Secretary Carrie Lam said yesterday at the talks.
Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg
© 2014 Bloomberg Finance LP
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Of Talk and Resolution                                                                
Pro-democracy protesters watch a live televised talk between pro-democracy student leaders and the Hong Kong government outside the Central Government Offices in the Admiralty district in Hong Kong on Oct. 21, 2014.
Student leaders met with Hong Kong government officials in televised talks to air their concerns after blocking roads and clashing with police for almost a month.
The talks failed to yield any breakthrough on ending the occupation. The government said it is considering submitting a report to China relaying the demands and concerns of the protesters. Such a report would provide Beijing with a “reference” on the demonstrators’ opinions, rather than attempt to modify an Aug. 31 ruling by China on Hong Kong’s leadership elections, Chief Secretary Carrie Lam said yesterday at the talks.
Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg
© 2014 Bloomberg Finance LP
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Of Talk and Resolution                                                                
Pro-democracy protesters watch a live televised talk between pro-democracy student leaders and the Hong Kong government outside the Central Government Offices in the Admiralty district in Hong Kong on Oct. 21, 2014.
Student leaders met with Hong Kong government officials in televised talks to air their concerns after blocking roads and clashing with police for almost a month.
The talks failed to yield any breakthrough on ending the occupation. The government said it is considering submitting a report to China relaying the demands and concerns of the protesters. Such a report would provide Beijing with a “reference” on the demonstrators’ opinions, rather than attempt to modify an Aug. 31 ruling by China on Hong Kong’s leadership elections, Chief Secretary Carrie Lam said yesterday at the talks.
Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg
© 2014 Bloomberg Finance LP
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Of Talk and Resolution                                                                
Pro-democracy protesters watch a live televised talk between pro-democracy student leaders and the Hong Kong government outside the Central Government Offices in the Admiralty district in Hong Kong on Oct. 21, 2014.
Student leaders met with Hong Kong government officials in televised talks to air their concerns after blocking roads and clashing with police for almost a month.
The talks failed to yield any breakthrough on ending the occupation. The government said it is considering submitting a report to China relaying the demands and concerns of the protesters. Such a report would provide Beijing with a “reference” on the demonstrators’ opinions, rather than attempt to modify an Aug. 31 ruling by China on Hong Kong’s leadership elections, Chief Secretary Carrie Lam said yesterday at the talks.
Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg
© 2014 Bloomberg Finance LP
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Of Talk and Resolution                                                                
Pro-democracy protesters watch a live televised talk between pro-democracy student leaders and the Hong Kong government outside the Central Government Offices in the Admiralty district in Hong Kong on Oct. 21, 2014.
Student leaders met with Hong Kong government officials in televised talks to air their concerns after blocking roads and clashing with police for almost a month.
The talks failed to yield any breakthrough on ending the occupation. The government said it is considering submitting a report to China relaying the demands and concerns of the protesters. Such a report would provide Beijing with a “reference” on the demonstrators’ opinions, rather than attempt to modify an Aug. 31 ruling by China on Hong Kong’s leadership elections, Chief Secretary Carrie Lam said yesterday at the talks.
Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg
© 2014 Bloomberg Finance LP
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Of Talk and Resolution                                                                
Pro-democracy protesters watch a live televised talk between pro-democracy student leaders and the Hong Kong government outside the Central Government Offices in the Admiralty district in Hong Kong on Oct. 21, 2014.
Student leaders met with Hong Kong government officials in televised talks to air their concerns after blocking roads and clashing with police for almost a month.
The talks failed to yield any breakthrough on ending the occupation. The government said it is considering submitting a report to China relaying the demands and concerns of the protesters. Such a report would provide Beijing with a “reference” on the demonstrators’ opinions, rather than attempt to modify an Aug. 31 ruling by China on Hong Kong’s leadership elections, Chief Secretary Carrie Lam said yesterday at the talks.
Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg
© 2014 Bloomberg Finance LP
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Of Talk and Resolution                                                                
Pro-democracy protesters watch a live televised talk between pro-democracy student leaders and the Hong Kong government outside the Central Government Offices in the Admiralty district in Hong Kong on Oct. 21, 2014.
Student leaders met with Hong Kong government officials in televised talks to air their concerns after blocking roads and clashing with police for almost a month.
The talks failed to yield any breakthrough on ending the occupation. The government said it is considering submitting a report to China relaying the demands and concerns of the protesters. Such a report would provide Beijing with a “reference” on the demonstrators’ opinions, rather than attempt to modify an Aug. 31 ruling by China on Hong Kong’s leadership elections, Chief Secretary Carrie Lam said yesterday at the talks.
Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg
© 2014 Bloomberg Finance LP
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Of Talk and Resolution                                                                

Pro-democracy protesters watch a live televised talk between pro-democracy student leaders and the Hong Kong government outside the Central Government Offices in the Admiralty district in Hong Kong on Oct. 21, 2014.

Student leaders met with Hong Kong government officials in televised talks to air their concerns after blocking roads and clashing with police for almost a month.

The talks failed to yield any breakthrough on ending the occupation. The government said it is considering submitting a report to China relaying the demands and concerns of the protesters. Such a report would provide Beijing with a “reference” on the demonstrators’ opinions, rather than attempt to modify an Aug. 31 ruling by China on Hong Kong’s leadership elections, Chief Secretary Carrie Lam said yesterday at the talks.

Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg

© 2014 Bloomberg Finance LP

newsweek:

What began as a few small isolated public protests in 2013 against former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovich, for his about-face on a trade agreement with the European Union to pursue closer relations with Russia, turned violent when protesters clashed with police.
Nearly a year later, Ukrainian artist have gathered to retell the story through artifacts, photographs and live art.
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What began as a few small isolated public protests in 2013 against former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovich, for his about-face on a trade agreement with the European Union to pursue closer relations with Russia, turned violent when protesters clashed with police.
Nearly a year later, Ukrainian artist have gathered to retell the story through artifacts, photographs and live art.
See more and get the story at Newsweek.com
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What began as a few small isolated public protests in 2013 against former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovich, for his about-face on a trade agreement with the European Union to pursue closer relations with Russia, turned violent when protesters clashed with police.
Nearly a year later, Ukrainian artist have gathered to retell the story through artifacts, photographs and live art.
See more and get the story at Newsweek.com
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What began as a few small isolated public protests in 2013 against former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovich, for his about-face on a trade agreement with the European Union to pursue closer relations with Russia, turned violent when protesters clashed with police.

Nearly a year later, Ukrainian artist have gathered to retell the story through artifacts, photographs and live art.

See more and get the story at Newsweek.com

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Hungarian artist Ervin Herve-Loranth has unleashed a giant on the city of Budapest. Entitled Feltépve (“Ripped up” or “Pop Up”), the cranky colossus is made of polystyrene and appears to be emerging from a secret subterranean lair beneath Szechenyi Square. He was created for Art Market Budapest, a 4-day-long international contemporary art fair.
Head over to We Love Budapest for additional images.
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Hungarian artist Ervin Herve-Loranth has unleashed a giant on the city of Budapest. Entitled Feltépve (“Ripped up” or “Pop Up”), the cranky colossus is made of polystyrene and appears to be emerging from a secret subterranean lair beneath Szechenyi Square. He was created for Art Market Budapest, a 4-day-long international contemporary art fair.
Head over to We Love Budapest for additional images.
[via The Telegraph, The Huffington Post UK and We Love Budapest]
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archiemcphee:

Hungarian artist Ervin Herve-Loranth has unleashed a giant on the city of Budapest. Entitled Feltépve (“Ripped up” or “Pop Up”), the cranky colossus is made of polystyrene and appears to be emerging from a secret subterranean lair beneath Szechenyi Square. He was created for Art Market Budapest, a 4-day-long international contemporary art fair.
Head over to We Love Budapest for additional images.
[via The Telegraph, The Huffington Post UK and We Love Budapest]
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archiemcphee:

Hungarian artist Ervin Herve-Loranth has unleashed a giant on the city of Budapest. Entitled Feltépve (“Ripped up” or “Pop Up”), the cranky colossus is made of polystyrene and appears to be emerging from a secret subterranean lair beneath Szechenyi Square. He was created for Art Market Budapest, a 4-day-long international contemporary art fair.
Head over to We Love Budapest for additional images.
[via The Telegraph, The Huffington Post UK and We Love Budapest]
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archiemcphee:

Hungarian artist Ervin Herve-Loranth has unleashed a giant on the city of Budapest. Entitled Feltépve (“Ripped up” or “Pop Up”), the cranky colossus is made of polystyrene and appears to be emerging from a secret subterranean lair beneath Szechenyi Square. He was created for Art Market Budapest, a 4-day-long international contemporary art fair.
Head over to We Love Budapest for additional images.
[via The Telegraph, The Huffington Post UK and We Love Budapest]
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archiemcphee:

Hungarian artist Ervin Herve-Loranth has unleashed a giant on the city of Budapest. Entitled Feltépve (“Ripped up” or “Pop Up”), the cranky colossus is made of polystyrene and appears to be emerging from a secret subterranean lair beneath Szechenyi Square. He was created for Art Market Budapest, a 4-day-long international contemporary art fair.
Head over to We Love Budapest for additional images.
[via The Telegraph, The Huffington Post UK and We Love Budapest]
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archiemcphee:

Hungarian artist Ervin Herve-Loranth has unleashed a giant on the city of Budapest. Entitled Feltépve (“Ripped up” or “Pop Up”), the cranky colossus is made of polystyrene and appears to be emerging from a secret subterranean lair beneath Szechenyi Square. He was created for Art Market Budapest, a 4-day-long international contemporary art fair.
Head over to We Love Budapest for additional images.
[via The Telegraph, The Huffington Post UK and We Love Budapest]
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archiemcphee:

Hungarian artist Ervin Herve-Loranth has unleashed a giant on the city of Budapest. Entitled Feltépve (“Ripped up” or “Pop Up”), the cranky colossus is made of polystyrene and appears to be emerging from a secret subterranean lair beneath Szechenyi Square. He was created for Art Market Budapest, a 4-day-long international contemporary art fair.

Head over to We Love Budapest for additional images.

[via The Telegraph, The Huffington Post UK and We Love Budapest]

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Peter Glazebrook is out of control.

Colossal carrot - 2014 (Picture: Nigel Roddis/REX (via Pictures of the day: 12 September 2014 - Telegraph))
Giant onion - 2011 (September 15, 2011 - Source: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Europe)

Giant cabbage - 2012 (© PA Images / John Giles / PA Wire)

Giant potato - 2010 (source)

Giant cauliflower - 2014 (Caters News)


this guy is so happy, he’s just doing his weird thing and no one can stop him

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shmurdapunk:

hikergirl:

Peter Glazebrook is out of control.

Colossal carrot - 2014 (Picture: Nigel Roddis/REX (via Pictures of the day: 12 September 2014 - Telegraph))
Giant onion - 2011 (September 15, 2011 - Source: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Europe)

Giant cabbage - 2012 (© PA Images / John Giles / PA Wire)

Giant potato - 2010 (source)

Giant cauliflower - 2014 (Caters News)


this guy is so happy, he’s just doing his weird thing and no one can stop him

Whatever makes you smile, right? ✹
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shmurdapunk:

hikergirl:

Peter Glazebrook is out of control.

Colossal carrot - 2014 (Picture: Nigel Roddis/REX (via Pictures of the day: 12 September 2014 - Telegraph))
Giant onion - 2011 (September 15, 2011 - Source: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Europe)

Giant cabbage - 2012 (© PA Images / John Giles / PA Wire)

Giant potato - 2010 (source)

Giant cauliflower - 2014 (Caters News)


this guy is so happy, he’s just doing his weird thing and no one can stop him

Whatever makes you smile, right? ✹
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shmurdapunk:

hikergirl:

Peter Glazebrook is out of control.

Colossal carrot - 2014 (Picture: Nigel Roddis/REX (via Pictures of the day: 12 September 2014 - Telegraph))
Giant onion - 2011 (September 15, 2011 - Source: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Europe)

Giant cabbage - 2012 (© PA Images / John Giles / PA Wire)

Giant potato - 2010 (source)

Giant cauliflower - 2014 (Caters News)


this guy is so happy, he’s just doing his weird thing and no one can stop him

Whatever makes you smile, right? ✹
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hotteaandoranges:

shmurdapunk:

hikergirl:

Peter Glazebrook is out of control.

Colossal carrot - 2014 (Picture: Nigel Roddis/REX (via Pictures of the day: 12 September 2014 - Telegraph))
Giant onion - 2011 (September 15, 2011 - Source: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Europe)

Giant cabbage - 2012 (© PA Images / John Giles / PA Wire)

Giant potato - 2010 (source)

Giant cauliflower - 2014 (Caters News)


this guy is so happy, he’s just doing his weird thing and no one can stop him

Whatever makes you smile, right? ✹
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hotteaandoranges:

shmurdapunk:

hikergirl:

Peter Glazebrook is out of control.

Colossal carrot - 2014 (Picture: Nigel Roddis/REX (via Pictures of the day: 12 September 2014 - Telegraph))

Giant potato - 2010 (source)
Giant cauliflower - 2014 (Caters News)

this guy is so happy, he’s just doing his weird thing and no one can stop him

Whatever makes you smile, right? ✹

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afp-photo:

SOUTH AFRICA, Johannesburg : Senior soloist of the Joburg Ballet Kitty Phetla performs in a classroom at the Nka-Thuto Primary School in Soweto on October 16, 2014. Using ballet and dance to promote healthy and positive choices, Joburg Ballet will provide lecture demonstrations to twenty schools in Soweto, raising awareness and informing students of the available free classes they provide together with the provincial department of education. AFP PHOTO / MARCO LONGARI

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SOUTH AFRICA, Johannesburg : Senior soloist of the Joburg Ballet Kitty Phetla performs in a classroom at the Nka-Thuto Primary School in Soweto on October 16, 2014. Using ballet and dance to promote healthy and positive choices, Joburg Ballet will provide lecture demonstrations to twenty schools in Soweto, raising awareness and informing students of the available free classes they provide together with the provincial department of education. AFP PHOTO / MARCO LONGARI

afp-photo:

UNITED STATES, New York : A view of New York city to the south from the 75th floor of 432 Park Avenue October 15, 2104 the day after it earned the distinction of being the country’s tallest residential skyscraper. The 104-unit condominium tower with its 96 stories will officially tower over the rest of the Western Hemisphere topping out at 1,396 feet. The luxury tower will welcome its first residents next year, giving them a breathtaking view stretching from Central Park to the Atlantic Ocean and from Lower Manhattan, where the Freedom Tower is located, to Connecticut. AFP PHOTO / Timothy A. Clary

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UNITED STATES, New York : A view of New York city to the south from the 75th floor of 432 Park Avenue October 15, 2104 the day after it earned the distinction of being the country’s tallest residential skyscraper. The 104-unit condominium tower with its 96 stories will officially tower over the rest of the Western Hemisphere topping out at 1,396 feet. The luxury tower will welcome its first residents next year, giving them a breathtaking view stretching from Central Park to the Atlantic Ocean and from Lower Manhattan, where the Freedom Tower is located, to Connecticut. AFP PHOTO / Timothy A. Clary