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Pet Horstmann, owner of the Fahrradhof bike shop, peers out of his shop in Altlandsberg, Germany. The wall is decorated with 210 old bicycles.  

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Pet Horstmann, owner of the Fahrradhof bike shop, peers out of his shop in Altlandsberg, Germany. The wall is decorated with 210 old bicycles.

Photo by Patrick Pleul, AFP/Getty Images. More images from the week in pictures: http://usat.ly/1ilCsPE

Thousands of biodegradable balloons are released in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The city’s commercial association workers began releasing balloons in 1992, at Patio do Colegio, the site of the city’s founding in 1554. It has become a tradition to celebrate the new year.

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(Photo by Nelson Almeida, AFP/Getty Images)

Thousands of biodegradable balloons are released in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The city’s commercial association workers began releasing balloons in 1992, at Patio do Colegio, the site of the city’s founding in 1554. It has become a tradition to celebrate the new year.

More of today in pictures: http://usat.ly/RxKGG6

(Photo by Nelson Almeida, AFP/Getty Images)

A cache of 98-year-old celluloid negatives has been discovered in the field darkroom of expedition photographer Herbert Ponting, a member of an expedition sent to resupply Sir Ernest Shackleton.
These photos — still largely intact — provide a unique look into the conditions the Antarctic explorers faced.
(via Nearly Intact Century-Old Negatives Found in Antarctica - Reviewed.com Cameras)

A cache of 98-year-old celluloid negatives has been discovered in the field darkroom of expedition photographer Herbert Ponting, a member of an expedition sent to resupply Sir Ernest Shackleton.

These photos — still largely intact — provide a unique look into the conditions the Antarctic explorers faced.

(via Nearly Intact Century-Old Negatives Found in Antarctica - Reviewed.com Cameras)

Ringo Starr wants your help. 

The former Beatles drummer snapped this photo of teenagers in 1964 on a Florida freeway during the band’s first U.S. visit. Now he wonders who they are. 

(Photo by Ringo Starr)

Ringo Starr wants your help.

The former Beatles drummer snapped this photo of teenagers in 1964 on a Florida freeway during the band’s first U.S. visit. Now he wonders who they are.

(Photo by Ringo Starr)

I can’t stop looking at this.

A diver approaches a sturgeon outside a transparent tunnel in a lake in Madra near Brno, Czech Republic. The tunnel allows people to observe fish swimming in the lake.

(Photo by Radek Mica, AFP/Getty Images)

I can’t stop looking at this.

A diver approaches a sturgeon outside a transparent tunnel in a lake in Madra near Brno, Czech Republic. The tunnel allows people to observe fish swimming in the lake.

(Photo by Radek Mica, AFP/Getty Images)

A woman covered her face with colorful powder during the Holi Festival of Colors in Lisbon, Portugal. 

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(Photo by Francisco Seco, AP)

A woman covered her face with colorful powder during the Holi Festival of Colors in Lisbon, Portugal.

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(Photo by Francisco Seco, AP)

The skyscrapers of Chicago poke through a layer of low-level fog in December 2011. Photo submitted by Amber Gray. 

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The skyscrapers of Chicago poke through a layer of low-level fog in December 2011. Photo submitted by Amber Gray.

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Rooftop camping in New York: This makeshift camp in Brooklyn is a project of artist Thomas Stevenson titled “Bivouac New York.” You get to turn off your gadgets, drink out of tin mugs and check out the skyline. What could be better?Photo by Andrew Burton, Getty Images. More images: http://usat.ly/15dquNW

Rooftop camping in New York: This makeshift camp in Brooklyn is a project of artist Thomas Stevenson titled “Bivouac New York.” You get to turn off your gadgets, drink out of tin mugs and check out the skyline. What could be better?

Photo by Andrew Burton, Getty Images. More images: http://usat.ly/15dquNW

This one really caught our eye: A train passes through a flooded area near Hildesheim, Germany. Photo by Julian Stratenschulte, AFP/Getty Images.More of today in pictures: http://usat.ly/143D69J

This one really caught our eye: A train passes through a flooded area near Hildesheim, Germany. Photo by Julian Stratenschulte, AFP/Getty Images.

More of today in pictures: http://usat.ly/143D69J