A vintage Indian sari, The Paris Market, Savannah, Georgia.
Backpacks filled with flowers, Les Passages, Boulogne-Billancourt, France, snapped with my pocket camera.
Another flower-stuffed backpack at a store entrance.
Window display, Les Passages.
Giant Easter eggs, birds and birdhouses in a chocolate shop vitrine in my neighbourhood.
It doesn't look as though Miss Universe will choose a career in diplomacy.
And Avigdor Lieberman certainly is starting off on the wrong foot in his role as Israel's new foreign minister.
On the eve of the G20 Summit in London, most protests have been organised and peaceful. But live news feeds showed a group of 30 to 40 hooded and masked guys shouting obsenities and deliberately trying to provoke police in a cordoned-off area near the Bank of England. Some of these "protesters," - who weren't carrying any signs, so appeared to be just thugs and troublemakers - were brandishing sticks and throwing smoke bombs; one young man even bashed a police officer in the head. Still, the police showed admirable restraint, refusing to rise to the bait.
Other "protesters" smashed windows of the Royal Bank of Scotland and entered the building.
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