More than 100 professional base jumpers from 20 countries took part in the International Tower Jump in Kuala Lumpur on Sept. 27, 2013.
Clip, clop, jingle, jingle. Next comes the sing-song holler: pe-eee-aches and ca-aaa-ntalopes, wa-aaa-termelon, su-uuu-gar bananas and swe-eee-et grapes…” This musical rhythm section cuts through the humdrum sounds of traffic, turning a routine city scene into something special. An Arabber, no longer a common sight on Baltimore’s streets, has arrived. Leading this musical band is Yusuf Abdullah, known as B.J., followed by his horse Tony, decked out in bells and a red feather plume and harnessed to a vintage wagon laden with fruit.
Sept. 27 Photo Brief: Protests in Madrid, Pakistani earthquake survivors and organic farming in Germany
Spaniards protest after bringing charges of crimes against humanity against policemen they say tortured them in the 1970s, Pakistani earthquake survivors find their way in Labach, an organic farmer works on a soja field in southwestern Germany and more in today’s daily brief.
The 2014 Spring/Summer ready-to-wear collection fashion show was held Sept. 26, 2013 in Paris.
Sept. 26 Photo Brief: Russian Arms Expo 2013, fertilizer fire in Brazil and an adorable baby Panda in Taiwan
Russia shows off it’s military might during the “Russian Arms Expo2013,” in Brazil they battle a large fire at a fertilizer depot, in Taiwan the Taipei City Zoo releases new photos of the panda cub born in July and more in today’s daily brief.
Sept. 25 Photo Brief: Pakistani earthquake, last day of Sukkot, man grows nose on his forehead, soccer wardrobe malfunction
Pakistani earthquake, last day of Sukkot, man grows nose on his forehead, soccer wardrobe malfunction and more in today’s daily brief.
Sept. 24 Photo Brief: Beaujolais grape harvest begins, landslides in Philippines, UN General Assembly
The United Nations General Assembly continues in New York, monsoon rains cause landslides in the Philippines, refugees protest in Hong Kong and more in today’s daily brief.