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BRAZIL-HOTAIR BALLOON/
RTXIOZ99
October 17, 2021
Balloonists take off during the 34th Brazilian hot-air balloon championships in Torres, Rio Grande do...
Torres, Brazil
Brazilian hot-air ballon championships in Torres
Balloonists take off during the 34th Brazilian hot-air balloon championships in Torres, Rio Grande do Sul state, Brazil , October 17, 2021. REUTERS/Diego Vara TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRAZIL-HOTAIR BALLOON/
RTXIOZ4C
October 17, 2021
A hot air balloon floats near birds during the 34th Brazilian hot-air balloon championships in Torres,...
Torres, Brazil
Brazilian hot-air ballon championships in Torres
A hot air balloon floats near birds during the 34th Brazilian hot-air balloon championships in Torres, Rio Grande do Sul state, Brazil, October 17, 2021. REUTERS/Diego Vara
BRAZIL-HOTAIR BALLOON/
RTXIOZ1R
October 17, 2021
A crew member inspects a partially inflated hot air balloon in the 34th Brazilian hot-air balloon championships...
Torres, Brazil
Brazilian hot-air ballon championships in Torres
A crew member inspects a partially inflated hot air balloon in the 34th Brazilian hot-air balloon championships in Torres, Rio Grande do Sul state, Brazil, October 17, 2021. REUTERS/Diego Vara
BRAZIL-HOTAIR BALLOON/
RTXIOZ1Q
October 17, 2021
A bird flies near a hot air balloon during the 34th Brazilian hot-air balloon championships in Torres,...
Torres, Brazil
Brazilian hot-air ballon championships in Torres
A bird flies near a hot air balloon during the 34th Brazilian hot-air balloon championships in Torres, Rio Grande do Sul state, Brazil, October 17, 2021. REUTERS/Diego Vara
BRAZIL-HOTAIR BALLOON/
RTXIOZ1P
October 17, 2021
A hot air balloon floats near birds during the 34th Brazilian hot-air balloon championships in Torres,...
Torres, Brazil
Brazilian hot-air ballon championships in Torres
A hot air balloon floats near birds during the 34th Brazilian hot-air balloon championships in Torres, Rio Grande do Sul state, Brazil, October 17, 2021. REUTERS/Diego Vara TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRAZIL-HOTAIR BALLOON/
RTXIOYW9
October 17, 2021
Balloonists prepare to take off during the 34th Brazilian hot-air balloon championships in Torres, Rio...
Torres, Brazil
Brazilian hot-air ballon championships in Torres
Balloonists prepare to take off during the 34th Brazilian hot-air balloon championships in Torres, Rio Grande do Sul state, Brazil, October 17, 2021. REUTERS/Diego Vara
BRAZIL-HOTAIR BALLOON/
RTXIOYW8
October 17, 2021
A crew member inspects a partially inflated hot air balloon in the 34th Brazilian hot-air balloon championships...
Torres, Brazil
Brazilian hot-air ballon championships in Torres
A crew member inspects a partially inflated hot air balloon in the 34th Brazilian hot-air balloon championships in Torres, Rio Grande do Sul state, Brazil, October 17, 2021. REUTERS/Diego Vara
BRAZIL WEATHER
RTRGD43
March 29, 2004
A resident repairs the roof of his home in the city of Torres, March 29, 2004, after a rare cyclone that...
Torres, Brazil -
A RESIDENT REPAIRS THE ROOF OF HIS HOME AFTER A CYCLONE IN BRAZIL.
A resident repairs the roof of his home in the city of Torres, March 29, 2004, after a rare cyclone that formed in the South Atlantic, came ashore in southern Brazil and destroyed buildings, on March 28. A rare cyclone that brought hurricane-like winds to southern Brazil killed at least two people, injured about 80 and forced some 30,000 people to leave their homes, the authorities said on Sunday. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/JDP
BRAZIL WEATHER
RTRGD3R
March 29, 2004
Residents start to clean up their home in Torres, March 29, 2004, after a rare cyclone that formed in...
Torres, Brazil -
RESIDENTS START TO CLEAN UP A CAR YARD AFTER A CYCLONE IN BRAZIL.
Residents start to clean up their home in Torres, March 29, 2004, after a rare cyclone that formed in the South Atlantic came ashore in southern Brazil and destroyed buildings on March 28, 2004. A rare cyclone that brought hurricane-like winds to southern Brazil killed at least two people, injured about 80 and forced some 30,000 people to leave their homes, the authorities said on Sunday. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/JDP
BRAZIL WEATHER
RTRGD3L
March 29, 2004
Residents point to a roof of a gas station in the city of Torres, March 29, 2004. The gas station was...
Torres, Brazil -
A ROOF OF A GAS STATION STANDS BROKEN AFTER A CYCLONE IN BRAZIL.
Residents point to a roof of a gas station in the city of Torres, March 29, 2004. The gas station was damaged in a cyclone that formed in the South Atlantic and came ashore in southern Brazil. A rare cyclone that brought hurricane-like winds to southern Brazil killed at least two people, injured about 80 and forced some 30,000 people to leave their homes, the authorities said on Sunday. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/JDP
BRAZIL WEATHER
RTRGCKW
March 29, 2004
Storm clouds begin to clear over the city of Porto Alegre, southeastern Brazil, March 29, 2004. A rare...
Torres, Brazil -
RAIN CLOUDS CLEAR AT SUNRISE OVER PORTO ALEGRE AFTER A CYCLONE IN BRAZIL.
Storm clouds begin to clear over the city of Porto Alegre, southeastern Brazil, March 29, 2004. A rare cyclone formed in the South Atlantic came ashore in southern Brazil and destroyed buildings on March 28, 2004, at least one person was killed and hundreds of homes destroyed as the storm called by Brazilian meteorologists an 'extra-tropical storm' packed gusts of up to 150 kilometers per hour, affecting dozens of cities in the states of Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
BRAZIL WEATHER
RTRGCK2
March 29, 2004
Telephone workers start to repair phone cables in the city of Torres, March 29, 2004, after a rare cyclone...
Torres, Brazil -
WORKERS START TO REPAIR PHONE CABLES AFTER A CYCLONE IN BRAZIL.
Telephone workers start to repair phone cables in the city of Torres, March 29, 2004, after a rare cyclone that formed in the South Atlantic, came ashore in southern Brazil and destroyed buildings, on March 28. At least one person was killed and hundreds of homes destroyed as the storm called by Brazilian meteorologists an 'extra-tropical storm' packed gusts of up to 150 kilometers per hour, affecting dozens of cities in the states of Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
BRAZIL WEATHER
RTRGCJV
March 29, 2004
A resident starts to clean up a car yard in Torres, March 29, 2004, after a rare cyclone that formed...
Torres, Brazil -
A RESIDENT STARTS TO CLEAN UP A CAR YARD AFTER A CYCLONE IN BRAZIL.
A resident starts to clean up a car yard in Torres, March 29, 2004, after a rare cyclone that formed in the South Atlantic came ashore in southern Brazil and destroyed buildings, March 28, 2004. At least one person was killed and hundreds of homes destroyed as the storm called by Brazilian meteorologists an 'extra-tropical storm' packed gusts of up to 150 kilometers per hour, affecting dozens of cities in the states of Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/JDP
BRAZIL WEATHER
RTRGCIT
March 29, 2004
Residents walk past a uprooted tree in a main street in the city of Torres, March 29, 2004, after a rare...
Torres, Brazil -
RESIDENTS WALK PAST A UPROOTED TREE AFTER A CYCLONE IN BRAZIL.
Residents walk past a uprooted tree in a main street in the city of Torres, March 29, 2004, after a rare cyclone that formed in the South Atlantic came ashore in southern Brazil and destroyed buildings, in the city of Torres, March 28, 2004. At least one person was killed and hundreds of homes destroyed as the storm called by Brazilian meteorologists an 'extra-tropical storm' packed gusts of up to 150 kilometers per hour, on last March 28, affecting dozens of cities in the states of Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW
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