The feet of a devotee wearing a costume representing the Hindu god Lord Krishna are seen during the 'Ratha-yatra' Festival of Chariots, as the procession travels through central London on June 9, 2013. Now in it's 45th years, the procession sees thousands of Hare Krishna devotees pull three brightly decorated chariots bearing the Hindu dieties of Lord Jagannatha, Lady Subhadra and Lord Balarama from Hyde Park to Trafalgar Square. AFP PHOTO/Leon NEAL
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Booksellers holds a modern reproduction of 'I.33', a manuscript describing the skills of medieval swordsmanship dating from 1310, at the London International Antiquarian Book Fair in the Olympia exhibition centre on June 13, 2013 in London, England. The original manuscript is held in the Royal Armouries museum in Leeds. The Antiquarian Booksellers' Association was founded in 1906 and their book fair is the oldest in the UK having run for 56 years. It attracts approximately 200 book dealers from around the world, selling fascinating and rare books, maps, prints and manuscripts.
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A bookseller holds a copy of 'Le Poete de l'Enfance' from 1846 and measuring 27mm x 19mm, at the London International Antiquarian Book Fair in the Olympia exhibition centre on June 13, 2013 in London, England. The Antiquarian Booksellers' Association was founded in 1906 and their book fair is the oldest in the UK having run for 56 years. It attracts approximately 200 book dealers from around the world, selling fascinating and rare books, maps, prints and manuscripts.
Credit: Oli Scarff
An employee holds Salvadore Dali's watercolour 'Cerises Pierrot' displayed with 'Fruits troués' (L) and 'Prunier hâtif' (R) by the same artist at Bonhams on June 12, 2013 in London, England. The fourteen original Salvador Dali watercolour fruit studies have been unseen by collectors until now. Valued at £40,000 - £70,000 each they will be sold at Bonhams' Impressionist and Modern Art sale in London on June 18, 2013. Commissioned in 1969, the paintings have been in private hands since their creation.
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Mark Bresciano of Australia is congratulated by team mates after scoring a goal during the FIFA World Cup Qualifier match between the Australian Socceroos and Jordan at Etihad Stadium on June 11, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia.
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Manager of the Jurong Frog Farm, Chelsea Wan shows off a large female North American Bullfrog at the Jurong Frog Farm on June 11, 2013 in Singapore. The Jurong Frog Farm started in 1981 and is Singapore's only frog farm. The farm has seen a huge boom in sales in the past year after developing the only fresh, locally made Hashima or Snow Jelly. Traditionally imported from China, Hashima is made from the bullfrogs oviducts and is classed as one of the top five most valued Chinese ingredients. As it comes from the reproductive organs of the frog, it is rich with collagen protein and is said to help skin complexion as well as strengthen the kidneys and lungs.
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Hand crafted bones are laid out on the National Mall for an installation about genocide June 10, 2013 in Washington, DC. The 'One Million Bones' project collected one million handcafted bones to be laid out for three-days on the National Mall to raise awareness of ongoing genocide and mass atrocities in places Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Burma and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.