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The shadow of a gunfighter is cast on the asphalt as competitors practice prior to Featured Abstracts Print

The shadow of a gunfighter is cast on the asphalt as competitors practice prior to

The shadow of a gunfighter is cast on the asphalt as competitors practice prior to the start of the Canadian Open Fast Draw Championships in Aldergrove, British Columbia July 21, 2013. The present-day Fast Draw competition was born from the Hollywood myth of the western gunfighter, and the idea is to draw a single action revolver from a holster, and cock, fire and hit a designated target in the shortest possible time. No live ammunition is ever used, only blank cartridges or wax bullets. The targets are either a metal silhouette used with wax bullets or balloons that burst from the muzzle blast from the blank cartridges. A light atop the timer signals the competitor when to fire and once the target is hit, it turns the timer off, measuring the speed to thousandths of a second. Picture taken July 21, 2013. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY SHOOTING)
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A high-voltage power line tower is seen near Berlin Featured Abstracts Print

A high-voltage power line tower is seen near Berlin

A high-voltage power line tower is pictured near Berlin, November 7, 2006. Europe wrung its hands on Monday over the root causes of widespread weekend blackouts, with Germany accusing utilities of slack investment and Brussels promising new measures to improve EU electricity transmission. Germany's E.ON said an overload of its northwest German high-voltage grid was responsible for the temporary power cuts. Klaus-Dieter Maubach, a board member at E.ON's central European energy marketing unit, appeared to confirm that the blackouts were triggered by the scheduled switching off of a line over the river Ems to allow a cruise ship to pass through. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (GERMANY) - BM2DTWUQVAAA

VINES COVER HILL SIDE VICTORIAS YARRA VALLEY Featured Abstracts Print

VINES COVER HILL SIDE VICTORIAS YARRA VALLEY

Vines cover the side of a hill in Victoria's Yarra Valley, located around
200 kilometres north of Melbourne. Australia's booming billion dollar wine
industry is starting to feel the pinch of global oversupply, with some
winemakers finding they can't sell every drop they make at a good price, and
is desperately seeking to grow bigger to compete. Picture taken May 2000.
NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Matt Turner
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