Photos from the Criterium du Dauphine cycling race in France.
Babies take part in a Baby Race to mark international Children Day in Vilnius, Lithuania on June 1, 2017.
Ten-month-old Mykolas Pociunas crawled to victory to be crowned Lithuania’s fastest toddler, lured across the finish line by a box of Lego plastic bricks. Parents and grandparents waved colorful toys, mobile, phones, balloons, TV remote controls, plastic bottles and even bagels to get their tots across the finish line.
Appearing in China at the end of the 19th century, rickshaws originally had two wheels and were pulled by their driver on foot, with passengers seated at the back. Today, most of the vehicles are tricycles – some still have pedals and are propelled by physical force, but the majority are equipped with electric or gas engines.
Not many chefs don a welding mask before they enter the kitchen, but Sila Sutharat prefers to cook his chicken sunny side up. Two hours south of Bangkok this 60-year-old vendor has found an ingenious way to offer his customers something a little different by harnessing the power of the sun. Using a large wall of nearly 1,000 moveable mirrors — a device he designed and built himself — he focuses the sun’s rays onto a row of marinated chickens, sizzling away under the intense heat.
See how countries are representing themselves at the “Olympics of the art world” with this tour from the media preview of the 57th Venice Biennale, which opens Saturday. For just the second time in its history, the Baltimore Museum of Art is presenting the U.S. entry in the competition. The theme is “Viva Arte Viva”.