Mexican students with bandaged eyes take part in a “night walk” (caminata nocturna in Spanish) at the ecopark Alberto, in El Alberto, state of Hidalgo, Mexico on October 4, 2008. The night walk, advertised as an extreme sport, simulates a U.S. border crossing attempt at a park run by a community with a long-lasting history of carrying out real border journeys into the United States
The White House is illuminated in pink for breast cancer awareness, Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2008, in Washington, D.C.. The White House is one of over 200 landmarks worldwide lit up in pink this month as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The illuminated Fernsehturm in Berlin is pictured next to a sculpture during a light rehearsal for the upcoming “Festival of Lights” on October 13, 2008.
Giant projections of iconic Japanese artwork illuminates bridges and monuments, projected from a boat navigating the Seine river in Paris, France on Thursday, Sept. 25, 2008. The images were shown to celebrate the 150th anniversary of French-Japanese relations
Lights are seen projected on the walls of the Tower of David in Jerusalem’s Old City – part of a show called “Or Shalem, Jerusalem Lights the Night”, staged by a group called Skertz? on October 7, 2008. The Tower of David is a massive citadel that, over the centuries, has served as a fortress, military barracks and cannon position. These days, the Tower serves as a popular tourist site.
The Gendarmenmarkt, a square in Berlin, Germany, flanked by the concert hall at right and the Deutscher Dom at left, is colorfully illuminated during a rehearsal for the annual “Festival of Lights” on late October 13, 2008.
Pilgrims hold candles during a procession at the Catholic shrine of Fatima, Sunday night, Oct. 12 2008, in Fatima, Central Portugal. Thousands of pilgrims attended the anniversary celebrations in Fatima where three shepherd children claimed the Virgin Mary appeared to them in May 13 and Oct. 13, 1917.
Pedestrians look at the Palais am Festungsgraben, an illuminated building in Berlin, Germany, during the “Festival of Lights” on October 14, 2008.
The Berlin Cathedral is colorfully lit on the opening evening of the annual “Festival of Lights” on late October 14, 2008.
Images of books on shelves are seen projected on the walls of the Tower of David in Jerusalem’s Old City – part of a show called “Or Shalem, Jerusalem Lights the Night”, staged by a group called Skertz? on October 7, 2008. The Tower of David is a massive citadel that, over the centuries, has served as a fortress, military barracks and cannon position. These days, the Tower serves as a popular tourist site.
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