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10 Things to See: A week of top AP photos

Published May 8, 2014 3:41 pm
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Here's your look at highlights from the weekly AP photo report, a gallery featuring a mix of front-page photography, the odd image you might have missed and lasting moments our editors think you should see.

This week's collection includes a tornado on the ground in Akron, Colorado; a man with a rare inherited skin disease at his home in Brazil; a bee covered in pollen as it gathers nectar in Philadelphia; Kentucky Derby entrant Uncle Sigh grazing after a morning workout at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky; and singer Conchita Wurst, from Austria, performs during a rehearsal for the second semifinal of the Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen, Denmark.


This gallery contains photos published May 1-8, 2014.

Follow AP photographers on Twitter: http://apne.ws/XZy6ny

The Archive: Previous "10 Things to See" galleries: http://apne.ws/13QUFKJ


See other recent AP photo galleries:

Mexico's canals a quiet weekday retreat: http://apne.ws/1j0RU5U

A taste of school lunches around world: http://apne.ws/RuOGLZ

A look at global warming in the United States: http://apne.ws/1jkbOrO

Rare disease afflicts Brazilian village: http://apne.ws/1jEEo6F

Survivors struggle after Afghan slide: http://apne.ws/1jEEoUn

Editor selections from Latin America: http://apne.ws/1nsaHGy

Wild hats & fast horses at Ky. Derby: http://apne.ws/RuP3GC

Fashion show sweeps into West Bank: http://apne.ws/1jEEBa1

Ga. officer patrols homeless camps: http://apne.ws/1nsb04j

Workers air demands, march for May Day: http://apne.ws/Qiqiwd


Follow AP Images on Twitter: http://twitter.com/AP—Images

Visit AP Images online: http://www.apimages.com


This gallery was produced by Caleb Jones in New York. Follow him on Twitter: http://apne.ws/1pUAwA6






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