The day June 26 2011 is flooded with breaking news and events from all corners of the world which are best described in the following impressive shoots.
The flood water of Souris River flow through a neighborhood in Minot has threatened the life of thousands of people here. The flood water began pouring into a breached levee and around the Minot Country Club on June 23 in Minot. Recently, the water has tied the 1881 record as it rises up to 11 inches in the previous hour and brought the possibility of a record flood ever. In the picture is the flood water rising the Highway 2 bypass on the east side of Minot, North Dakota.
Flood water is seen in the Highway 2
Pakistani security officials destroy the bottles of liquor drugs in Karachi on June 26, 2011. This action is to mark the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking
A little bear hides behind a farmer legs in Yukong village, Yibin city, China. This farmer takes care of these twin black bears since he found them on his farm in April
US talk show host Oprah Winfrey is in an emotional moment when she received the Honorary Doctorate in the faculty of Education from the University of Bloemfontein on June 24
A horse rider takes part in the traditional San Juan festival in the town of Ciutadella
A car and a school bus have an accident on Interstate 81 in Chambersburg, Pa. on Sunday, June 26. The crash injured more than twenty people
These amorous wood pigeons share a passionate kiss on the beak. The picture is taken by wildlife photographer Colin Varndell at Slimbridge Wildfowl and Wetland Trust in Gloucestershire
The sunset sky in Bucharest is seen at the end of a stormy day
A Gypsy maiden holds a candle by a lake on Sanziene night waiting for her turn to launch it in the water. This ritual on “Sanziene” night at a lake shore in Bucharest shows the wishes of unmarried girls
A penguin hunts small fish on the Galapagos Island Archipelago, Ecuador
A 14-year-old Chinese Crested and Chihuahua mix, Yoda, wins the 2011 World’s Ugliest Dog Contest in California
Mary Rose is currently a lecturer on society. In her free time, Mary is fond of joining social activities. Her goal is to provide up-to-date news and articles on society and culture.