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USA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX6JSF0
December 24, 2018
Windows take on different shapes as they reflect upon the water along a wharf in Portland, Maine, U.S.,...
Portland, UNITED STATES
Windows take on different shapes as they reflect upon the water along a wharf in Portland
Windows take on different shapes as they reflect upon the water along a wharf in Portland, Maine, U.S., December 24, 2018. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GLOBAL-POY/STORIES
RTX3PB0K
December 11, 2017
A man kneels with a folded U.S. flag as the motorcade of U.S. President Donald Trump passes him after...
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES
Pictures of the Year: A picture and its story
A man kneels with a folded U.S. flag as the motorcade of U.S. President Donald Trump passes him after an event at the state fairgrounds in Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S., September 27, 2017. Jonathan Ernst: "Shooting through the window of a van in the U.S. president's motorcade is never an ideal way to make pictures - but sometimes it's the only way. Even then, if you spot something, it might be distorted by the glass in the front windshield, or a little bit fuzzy from the speed. In September, soon after President Donald Trump had made comments condemning NFL players who kneel during the national anthem, he made a day trip to a rally in Indianapolis. As we drove there from the airport, I wondered if I might see someone kneeling along the way. As the motorcade sped along there were sporadic groups of people, many with supportive signs or American flags. All of a sudden on my side of the van I saw a man on one knee with a tri-folded flag about to whoosh by. I was able to shoot a few frames without even time to bring the camera all the way to my eye. Did I get it? No. Out of focus. Unusable. But I was pretty sure neither of my competitors that day had spotted him at all. It's not often that you get a second chance to make a picture, but on our way back to the airport I was ready just in case he was there again. Sure enough, as I kept watch on the left-side sidewalk, there he was. I fired a burst of pictures and filed a pair of them. In one of the earlier photographs I had caught a portion of the sign on the building he was kneeling in front of. Using that information, a reporter was able to track the man down and tell his story in full. U.S. Army veteran Marvin Boatright wanted to send a message against social injustice, and he did. I was happy he gave the motorcade a second look on the way out of town - so that I could be a messenger." REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst/File photo SEARCH "POY STORY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES.
HONGKONG-CITYSCAPE/
RTS1AOM8
August 07, 2017
The city shoreline is seen from a local ferry in Hong Kong, China August 5, 2017. Picture taken August...
Hong Kong, China
The city shoreline is seen from a local ferry in Hong Kong
The city shoreline is seen from a local ferry in Hong Kong, China August 5, 2017. Picture taken August 5, 2017. REUTERS/Marius Zaharia TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GOLF/
RTSDVW2
April 06, 2016
Apr 6, 2016; Augusta, GA, USA; Fuzzy Zoeller waves to the crowd as he walks to the 4th green during the...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
PGA: The Masters - Par 3 Contest
Apr 6, 2016; Augusta, GA, USA; Fuzzy Zoeller waves to the crowd as he walks to the 4th green during the Par 3 Contest prior to the 2016 The Masters golf tournament at Augusta National Golf Club. Mandatory Credit: Michael Madrid-USA TODAY Sports
NEWZEALAND-KIWIFRUIT/
RTX1X2Y9
December 03, 2015
The Zespri kiwifruit logo is seen on a screen in Singapore December 1, 2015. More than a century after...
Singapore, Singapore
The Zespri kiwifruit logo is seen on a screen in Singapore
The Zespri kiwifruit logo is seen on a screen in Singapore December 1, 2015. More than a century after the kiwifruit arrived in New Zealand, the fuzzy-skinned food is heading back to its roots in Asia. The world's largest kiwifruit exporter, New Zealand's Zespri International Ltd, already sells around 20 percent of its output to China and is now preparing the ground to start producing there, looking to cut costs at a time when it expects its overall exports to hit record highs. To match story NEWZEALAND-KIWIFRUIT/ REUTERS/Thomas White
CANADA-AIRSHOW/
RTX1R0AM
September 03, 2015
Snowbird Pilot Captain Regan Wickett (R) and pilot Lieutenant Patricia Brunelle (C) work on their Snowbird...
Toronto, Canada
Snowbird Pilot Captain Regan Wickett smiles as Pilot XXX removes a pair of fuzzy die from the cockpit...
Snowbird Pilot Captain Regan Wickett (R) and pilot Lieutenant Patricia Brunelle (C) work on their Snowbird jet during media day for the Canadian International Air Show at Pearson Airport in Toronto, Ontario, September 3, 2015. REUTERS/Louis Nastro
CANADA-AIRSHOW/
RTX1R0AI
September 03, 2015
Snowbird Pilot Captain Regan Wickett smiles as pilot Lieutenant Patricia Brunelle removes a pair of fuzzy...
Toronto, Canada
Snowbird Pilot Captain Regan Wickett smiles as pilot Lieutenant Patricia Brunelle removes a pair of fuzzy...
Snowbird Pilot Captain Regan Wickett smiles as pilot Lieutenant Patricia Brunelle removes a pair of fuzzy dice from the cockpit of a CT144 Tutor Snowbird jet during media day for the Canadian International Air Show at Pearson Airport in Toronto, Ontario, September 3, 2015. REUTERS/Louis Nastro
GOLF-MASTERS/
RTR4WKK6
April 08, 2015
Fuzzy Zoeller of the U.S. reacts as a young girl he pulled from the crowd tries a putt during the par...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Fuzzy Zoeller of the U.S. reacts as a young girl he pulled from the crowd tries a putt during the par...
Fuzzy Zoeller of the U.S. reacts as a young girl he pulled from the crowd tries a putt during the par 3 event held ahead of the 2015 Masters at Augusta National Golf Course in Augusta, Georgia April 8, 2015. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA-PENNSYLVANIA-EAGLE/
RTR4UVOS
March 25, 2015
An American Bald Eagle takes off from a tree at Kingston Point Park along the West shore of the Hudson...
Kingston, UNITED STATES
An American Bald Eagle takes off from a tree at Kingston Point Park along the West shore of the Hudson...
An American Bald Eagle takes off from a tree at Kingston Point Park along the West shore of the Hudson River in Kingston, New York March 23, 2015. An eaglet hatched in the Pennsylvania wild was seen for the first time on Wednesday by thousands who watched live footage of the fuzzy fledgling from a camera monitoring a resurgence of bald eagles in the northeastern United States. Bald eagles, which live only in North America, were nearly wiped out over the past century due to hunting, habitat destruction and DDT chemical poisoning, which caused their eggs to crack prematurely. In the United States, there are currently about 10,000 nesting pairs of bald eagles, about a fifth of the number when the birds were adopted as the national symbol in 1782, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Picture taken March 23, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar
AUSTRALIA-ANNIVERSARY/
RTR44PV8
September 03, 2014
The chief of Kokoda, Benjamin Ijumi is pictured during a remembrance ceremony at Sydney's Cenotaph war...
Sydney, Australia
The chief of Kokoda, Benjamin Ijumi is pictured during a remembrance ceremony at Sydney's Cenotaph war...
The chief of Kokoda, Benjamin Ijumi is pictured during a remembrance ceremony at Sydney's Cenotaph war memorial, where the 75th anniversary of Britain's declaration of war against Germany was commemorated, September 3, 2014. Benjamin's father Saijo Ijumi, as part of the 'Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels" helped Australian and allied forces against Japan on Papua New Guinea's Kokoda trail during the second world war. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: MILITARY CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY)
AUSTRALIA-ANNIVERSARY/
RTR44PV4
September 03, 2014
The chief of Kokoda, Benjamin Ijumi prepares to lay a floral tribute to World War II veterans during...
Sydney, Australia
The chief of Kokoda, Benjamin Ijumi prepares to lay a floral tribute to World War II veterans during...
The chief of Kokoda, Benjamin Ijumi prepares to lay a floral tribute to World War II veterans during a remembrance ceremony at Sydney's Cenotaph, marking the 75th anniversary of Britain's declaration of war against Germany, September 3, 2014. Benjamin's father Saijo Ijumi, as part of the 'Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels' helped Australian and allied forces against Japan on Papua New Guinea's Kokoda trail during the second world war. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT SOCIETY MILITARY)
RUSSIA/
RTR2XN5T
February 11, 2012
Miniature animals with signs, which read "Putin, you are fuzzy" (L) and "Everyone dies, but I will remain",...
Krasnodar, Russia
Miniature animals with signs from a one-man picket are displayed during a gathering of supporters of...
Miniature animals with signs, which read "Putin, you are fuzzy" (L) and "Everyone dies, but I will remain", from a one-man picket are displayed during a gathering of supporters of Russian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Vladimir Putin in the south Russian city of Krasnodar February 11, 2012. Russians will vote in the presidential election on March 4. REUTERS/Sergey Karpov (RUSSIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
GOLF-MASTERS/
RTR2KWCQ
April 06, 2011
Fuzzy Zoeller (L) hugs his caddy Carson Cavener after Cavener sank his putt on the ninth hole during...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Fuzzy Zoeller (L) hugs his caddy Carson Cavener after Cavener sank his putt on the ninth hole during...
Fuzzy Zoeller (L) hugs his caddy Carson Cavener after Cavener sank his putt on the ninth hole during the Par-3 tournament ahead of the 2011 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 6, 2011. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT GOLF)
GOLF-MASTERS/
RTR2KWCK
April 06, 2011
Fuzzy Zoeller (L) reacts after his caddy Carson Cavener sank his putt on the ninth hole during the Par-3...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Fuzzy Zoeller (L) reacts after his caddy Carson Cavener sank his putt on the ninth hole during the Par-3...
Fuzzy Zoeller (L) reacts after his caddy Carson Cavener sank his putt on the ninth hole during the Par-3 tournament ahead of the 2011 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 6, 2011. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT GOLF)
STARBUCKS/CULTURE
RTXU7DN
November 04, 2010
A barman prepares a cappuccino at Intelligentsia Coffee and Tea in the Silverlake area of Los Angeles...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report STARBUCKS/CULTURE
A barman prepares a cappuccino at Intelligentsia Coffee and Tea in the Silverlake area of Los Angeles October 19, 2010. Disillusionment among Starbucks workers may be early signs of a culture change that could strike at the heart of what makes Starbucks Starbucks: that warm, fuzzy feeling stemming from its original commitments to the global community as well as its own healthy, happy staffers who provide service with a smile. At the same time, a wave of independent upscale operators like Intelligentsia Coffee & Tea stepped in to the gap Starbucks left open when it went down market to capture enough customers to support its growth. Picture taken October 19. To match Special Report STARBUCKS/CULTURE REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
STARBUCKS/CULTURE
RTXU7DM
November 04, 2010
Customers sit at tables at Intelligentsia Coffee and Tea cafe in the Silverlake area of Los Angeles October...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report STARBUCKS/CULTURE
Customers sit at tables at Intelligentsia Coffee and Tea cafe in the Silverlake area of Los Angeles October 19, 2010. Disillusionment among Starbucks workers may be early signs of a culture change that could strike at the heart of what makes Starbucks Starbucks: that warm, fuzzy feeling stemming from its original commitments to the global community as well as its own healthy, happy staffers who provide service with a smile. At the same time, a wave of independent upscale operators like Intelligentsia Coffee & Tea stepped in to the gap Starbucks left open when it went down market to capture enough customers to support its growth. Picture taken October 19, 2010. To match Special Report STARBUCKS/CULTURE REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
STARBUCKS/CULTURE
RTXU7DJ
November 04, 2010
A patron waits for her coffee at Intelligentsia Coffee and Tea in Silverlake area of Los Angeles October...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report STARBUCKS/CULTURE
A patron waits for her coffee at Intelligentsia Coffee and Tea in Silverlake area of Los Angeles October 19, 2010. Disillusionment among Starbucks workers may be early signs of a culture change that could strike at the heart of what makes Starbucks Starbucks: that warm, fuzzy feeling stemming from its original commitments to the global community as well as its own healthy, happy staffers who provide service with a smile. At the same time, a wave of independent upscale operators like Intelligentsia Coffee & Tea stepped in to the gap Starbucks left open when it went down market to capture enough customers to support its growth. Picture taken October 19. To match Special Report STARBUCKS/CULTURE REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
GOLF-MASTERS/
RTR2CJHT
April 07, 2010
Fuzzy Zoeller of the U.S. prepares for a tee shot during the Par 3 tournament before the 2010 Masters...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Fuzzy Zoeller prepares for a tee shot during the Par 3 tournament before the 2010 Masters golf tournament...
Fuzzy Zoeller of the U.S. prepares for a tee shot during the Par 3 tournament before the 2010 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 7, 2010. REUTERS/Hans Deryk (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT GOLF)
IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
RTR2494L
June 04, 2009
A woman looks at an Iraqi soldier standing guard during a joint search operation with U.S. army in the...
Diyala, Iraq
To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
A woman looks at an Iraqi soldier standing guard during a joint search operation with U.S. army in the town of Jalawla of Diyala province, 115 km (70 miles) northeast of Baghdad, May 16, 2009. Along a fuzzy seam dividing central Iraq from the largely autonomous enclave of Kurdistan, a row is bubbling over which authority owns this patchwork of Kurd and Arab neighbourhoods, river-fed palm groves and multi-billion-barrel oil fields. Picture taken May 16, 2009. To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS/ REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ CONFLICT MILITARY)
IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
RTR24910
June 04, 2009
A dog looks at Iraqi soldiers during their joint search operation with the U.S. army in the town of Jalawla...
Diyala, Iraq
To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
A dog looks at Iraqi soldiers during their joint search operation with the U.S. army in the town of Jalawla in Diyala province, 115 km (70 miles) northeast of Baghdad, May 16, 2009. Along a fuzzy seam dividing central Iraq from the largely autonomous enclave of Kurdistan, a row is bubbling over which authority owns this patchwork of Kurd and Arab neighbourhoods, river-fed palm groves and multi-billion-barrel oil fields. Picture taken May 16, 2009. To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ CONFLICT MILITARY)
IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
RTR2490Z
June 04, 2009
Iraqi soldiers stand guard during the joint search operation with U.S. army in the town of Jalawla of...
Diyala, Iraq
To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
Iraqi soldiers stand guard during the joint search operation with U.S. army in the town of Jalawla of Diyala province, 115 km (70 miles) northeast of Baghdad, May 16, 2009. Along a fuzzy seam dividing central Iraq from the largely autonomous enclave of Kurdistan, a row is bubbling over which authority owns this patchwork of Kurd and Arab neighbourhoods, river-fed palm groves and multi-billion-barrel oil fields. Picture taken May 16, 2009. To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ CONFLICT MILITARY)
IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
RTR2490Y
June 04, 2009
Iraqi soldiers take up position during a joint search operation with U.S. army in the town of Jalawla...
Diyala, Iraq
To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
Iraqi soldiers take up position during a joint search operation with U.S. army in the town of Jalawla of Diyala province, 115 km (70 miles) northeast of Baghdad, May 16, 2009. Along a fuzzy seam dividing central Iraq from the largely autonomous enclave of Kurdistan, a row is bubbling over which authority owns this patchwork of Kurd and Arab neighbourhoods, river-fed palm groves and multi-billion-barrel oil fields. Picture taken May 16, 2009. To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ CONFLICT MILITARY)
IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
RTR2490X
June 04, 2009
U.S. soldiers take up positions during a joint search operation with Iraqi security forces in Saadia...
Diyala, Iraq
To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
U.S. soldiers take up positions during a joint search operation with Iraqi security forces in Saadia area near Baquba, 115 km (70 miles) northeast of Baghdad, May 18, 2009. Along a fuzzy seam dividing central Iraq from the largely autonomous enclave of Kurdistan, a row is bubbling over which authority owns this patchwork of Kurd and Arab neighbourhoods, river-fed palm groves and multi-billion-barrel oil fields. Picture taken May 18, 2009. To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ CONFLICT MILITARY)
IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
RTR2490W
June 04, 2009
U.S. soldiers take up positions during a joint search operation with Iraqi security forces in Saadia...
Diyala, Iraq
To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
U.S. soldiers take up positions during a joint search operation with Iraqi security forces in Saadia area near Baquba, 115 km (70 miles) northeast of Baghdad, May 18, 2009. Along a fuzzy seam dividing central Iraq from the largely autonomous enclave of Kurdistan, a row is bubbling over which authority owns this patchwork of Kurd and Arab neighbourhoods, river-fed palm groves and multi-billion-barrel oil fields. Picture taken May 18, 2009. To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ CONFLICT MILITARY)
IRAQ/KURDS-ARA
RTR2490V
June 04, 2009
A U.S. soldier conducts a joint search operation with Iraqi security forces in Saadia area near Baquba,...
Diyala, Iraq
To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
A U.S. soldier conducts a joint search operation with Iraqi security forces in Saadia area near Baquba, 115 km (70 miles) northeast of Baghdad, May 18, 2009. Along a fuzzy seam dividing central Iraq from the largely autonomous enclave of Kurdistan, a row is bubbling over which authority owns this patchwork of Kurd and Arab neighbourhoods, river-fed palm groves and multi-billion-barrel oil fields. Picture taken May 18, 2009. To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ CONFLICT MILITARY)
IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
RTR2490U
June 04, 2009
U.S. soldiers take up positions during a joint search operation with Iraqi security forces in Saadia...
Diyala, Iraq
To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
U.S. soldiers take up positions during a joint search operation with Iraqi security forces in Saadia area near Baquba, 115 km (70 miles) northeast of Baghdad May 18, 2009. Along a fuzzy seam dividing central Iraq from the largely autonomous enclave of Kurdistan, a row is bubbling over which authority owns this patchwork of Kurd and Arab neighbourhoods, river-fed palm groves and multi-billion-barrel oil fields. Picture taken May 18, 2009. To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ CONFLICT MILITARY)
GOLF-MASTERS/
RTXDVI1
April 10, 2009
Fuzzy Zoeller walks off the 18th green with his daughter and caddie Gretchen as she cries into a towel...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Zoeller walks off the 18th green with his daughter at the end of his last Masters competitive round at...
Fuzzy Zoeller walks off the 18th green with his daughter and caddie Gretchen as she cries into a towel at the end of his last Masters competitive round in second round play at the 2009 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 10, 2009. REUTERS/Shaun Best (UNITED STATES SPORT GOLF)
GOLF-MASTERS/
RTXDVI0
April 10, 2009
Former champion Fuzzy Zoeller blows a kiss to the gallery as he leaves the 18th green after finishing...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Zoeller blows a kiss to the gallery after finishing his final competitive round during second round play...
Former champion Fuzzy Zoeller blows a kiss to the gallery as he leaves the 18th green after finishing his final competitive round during second round play at the 2009 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 10, 2009. REUTERS/Shaun Best (UNITED STATES SPORT GOLF)
GOLF-MASTERS/
RTXDVGA
April 10, 2009
Former champion Fuzzy Zoeller shouts to the gallery on the 18th green before stroking his final putt...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Zoeller shouts to the gallery before stroking his final putt in his final competitive round during second...
Former champion Fuzzy Zoeller shouts to the gallery on the 18th green before stroking his final putt in his final competitive round during second round play at the 2009 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 10, 2009. REUTERS/Hans Deryk (UNITED STATES SPORT GOLF)
GOLF-MASTERS/
RTXDVG7
April 10, 2009
Former champion Fuzzy Zoeller gestures to the gallery after finishing his final competitive round during...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Zoeller gestures to the gallery after finishing his final competitive round at the 2009 Masters golf...
Former champion Fuzzy Zoeller gestures to the gallery after finishing his final competitive round during second round play at the 2009 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 10, 2009. REUTERS/Hans Deryk (UNITED STATES SPORT GOLF)
GOLF-MASTERS/
RTXDVG5
April 10, 2009
Former champion Fuzzy Zoeller hugs his daughter and caddie Gretchen after finishing his final competitive...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Zoeller hugs his daughter after finishing his final competitive round during second round play at the...
Former champion Fuzzy Zoeller hugs his daughter and caddie Gretchen after finishing his final competitive round during second round play at the 2009 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 10, 2009. REUTERS/Hans Deryk (UNITED STATES SPORT GOLF)
GOLF-MASTERS/
RTXDVFW
April 10, 2009
Former champion Fuzzy Zoeller waves goodbye as his daughter and caddie Gretchen walks past after finishing...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Zoeller waves after finishing his final competitive round during second round play at the 2009 Masters...
Former champion Fuzzy Zoeller waves goodbye as his daughter and caddie Gretchen walks past after finishing his final competitive round during second round play at the 2009 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 10, 2009. REUTERS/Hans Deryk (UNITED STATES SPORT GOLF)
GOLF-MASTERS/
RTXDVFJ
April 10, 2009
Former champion Fuzzy Zoeller hands his ball to his daughter and caddie Gretchen after finishing his...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Zoeller hands his ball to his daughter and caddie Gretchen after finishing his final competitive round...
Former champion Fuzzy Zoeller hands his ball to his daughter and caddie Gretchen after finishing his final competitive round during second round play at the 2009 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 10, 2009. REUTERS/Hans Deryk (UNITED STATES SPORT GOLF)
GOLF-MASTERS/
RTXDVFC
April 10, 2009
Former champion Fuzzy Zoeller hugs his daughter and caddie Gretchen after finishing his final competitive...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Zoeller hugs his daughter and caddie Gretchen after finishing his final competitive round during second...
Former champion Fuzzy Zoeller hugs his daughter and caddie Gretchen after finishing his final competitive round during second round play at the 2009 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 10, 2009. REUTERS/Hans Deryk (UNITED STATES SPORT GOLF)
GOLF-MASTERS/
RTXDTJI
April 09, 2009
Former Masters champion Fuzzy Zoeller of the U.S. waits to hit to the second green during first round...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Former Masters champion Fuzzy Zoeller of the U.S. waits to hit to the second green during first round...
Former Masters champion Fuzzy Zoeller of the U.S. waits to hit to the second green during first round play at the 2009 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 9, 2009. REUTERS/Shaun Best (UNITED STATES SPORT GOLF)
GOLF/MASTERS
RTR1ZBQK
April 10, 2008
Fuzzy Zoeller of the U.S. reacts to a birdie putt on the 2nd hole during the first round of the 2008...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Fuzzy Zoeller of the U.S. reacts to a birdie putt on the 2nd hole during the first round of the 2008...
Fuzzy Zoeller of the U.S. reacts to a birdie putt on the 2nd hole during the first round of the 2008 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 10, 2008. REUTERS/Shaun Best (UNITED STATES)
GOLF-MASTERS/
RTR1ZAF4
April 09, 2008
Women's Futures Tour golfer Jeana Finlinson (C) of the U.S. celebrates with former champion Fuzzy Zoeller...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Women's Futures Tour golfer Finlinson of U.S. celebrates with former champion Zoeller of US in Augusta...
Women's Futures Tour golfer Jeana Finlinson (C) of the U.S. celebrates with former champion Fuzzy Zoeller (R) of the U.S. as she shakes hands with Michael Campbell of New Zealand after hitting a tee shot on the green during a practice round for the 2008 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 9, 2008. Finlinson was invited by Zoeller to hit on the 12th hole. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
GOLF-MASTERS/
RTR1ZAEZ
April 09, 2008
Women's Futures Tour golfer Jeana Finlinson (R) of the U.S. celebrates with former champion Fuzzy Zoeller...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Women's Futures Tour golfer Finlinson of the U.S. celebrates with former champion Zoeller in Augusta
Women's Futures Tour golfer Jeana Finlinson (R) of the U.S. celebrates with former champion Fuzzy Zoeller after hitting a tee shot on the green during a practice round for the 2008 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 9, 2008. Finlinson was invited by Zoeller to hit on the 12th hole. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
GOLF-MASTERS/
RTR1ZAEV
April 09, 2008
Women's Futures Tour golfer Jeana Finlinson (R) of the U.S. celebrates with former champion Fuzzy Zoeller...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Women's Futures Tour golfer Finlinson of U.S. celebrates with former champion Zoeller in Augusta
Women's Futures Tour golfer Jeana Finlinson (R) of the U.S. celebrates with former champion Fuzzy Zoeller after hitting a tee shot on the green during a practice round for the 2008 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 9, 2008. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
GOLF-MASTERS/
RTR1ZAEN
April 09, 2008
Women's Futures tour golfer Jeana Finlinson (C) of the U.S. is invited by former champion Fuzzy Zoeller...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Women's Futures tour golfer Finlinson of U.S. is invited by former champion Zoeller of U.S. to hit ball...
Women's Futures tour golfer Jeana Finlinson (C) of the U.S. is invited by former champion Fuzzy Zoeller (R) of the U.S. to hit a ball on the 12th hole during a practice round for the 2008 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 9, 2008. At left is Michael Campbell of New Zealand. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
GOLF-MASTERS/
RTR1ZAEJ
April 09, 2008
Women's Futures tour golfer Jeana Finlinson of the U.S. watches her tee shot on the 12th hole after being...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Women's Futures tour golfer Finlinson of U.S. watches her tee shot on 12th hole during practice round...
Women's Futures tour golfer Jeana Finlinson of the U.S. watches her tee shot on the 12th hole after being invited by former champion Fuzzy Zoeller of the U.S. to hit a ball during a practice round for the 2008 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 9, 2008. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
BUSH/
RTXAOW
November 13, 2007
U.S. President Geoge W. Bush (L) sits next to professional golfer Fuzzy Zoeller at a restaurant in New...
NEW ALBANY, UNITED STATES
US President Bush sits next to professional golfer Zoeller at a restaurant in New Albany
U.S. President Geoge W. Bush (L) sits next to professional golfer Fuzzy Zoeller at a restaurant in New Albany, Indiana, November 13, 2007. Bush had lunch with local business and community leaders at the restaurant. Zoeller is from New Albany.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)
SPACE IMAGE
RTR1GDY2
August 15, 2006
This infrared image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope released by NASA August 14, 2006, shows the Orion...
Los Angeles, USA
Image of Orion nebula from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope
This infrared image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope released by NASA August 14, 2006, shows the Orion nebula, our closest massive star-making factory, 1,450 light-years from Earth. The nebula is close enough to appear to the naked eye as a fuzzy star in the sword of the popular hunter constellation. The nebula itself is located on the lower half of the image, surrounded by a ring of dust. This image taken in 2004, shows infrared light captured by Spitzer's infrared array camera. EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/NASA/JPL-Caltech/T. Megeath (University of Toledo)/Handout
SPORT GOLF MASTERS
RTR1C9LS
April 06, 2006
Fuzzy Zoeller of the U.S. signals for silence on the second hole during first round play in the 2006...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
Fuzzy Zoeller of US signals for silence on second hole during first round play in 2006 Masters golf tournament...
Fuzzy Zoeller of the U.S. signals for silence on the second hole during first round play in the 2006 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, April 6, 2006. The former Masters champion scored a par-five on the hole. REUTERS/Shaun Best
AUSTRALIA
RTRMVDZ
September 07, 2005
Benjamin Ijumi, chief of Kokoda in Papua New Guinea, leads compatriots on way to Battle for Australia...
Sydney, Australia
Benjamin Ijumi, chief of Kokoda in Papua New Guinea, leads compatriots on way to Battle for ...
Benjamin Ijumi, chief of Kokoda in Papua New Guinea, leads compatriots on way to Battle for Australia commemoration in Sydney. Benjamin Ijumi (front), chief of Kokoda in Papua New Guinea, leads compatriots Bernard Saputa (L) and Onesimus Konene (2nd-L) past an Australian soldier on the way to the annual Battle for Australia commemoration in Sydney September 7, 2005. Ijumi, Saputa and Konene are known as "Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels", which is a group of hundreds of villagers across Papua New Guinea who assisted Australian troops defending Australia from Japanese forces during World War Two. The name "Fuzzy Wuzzy" was derived from the villagers' frizzy hair. REUTERS/Will Burgess
MASTERS
RTRSZPE
April 04, 2005
The group of Fred Couples, Chris DiMarco, Fuzzy Zoeller and Fred Funk putt on the first green during...
Augusta, USA
Players putt on first green during practice for 2005 Masters golf tournament.
The group of Fred Couples, Chris DiMarco, Fuzzy Zoeller and Fred Funk putt on the first green during a practice round for the 2005 Masters golf tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia April 4, 2005. The tournament begins on April 7. REUTERS/Mike Blake JLS
SPORT GOLF
RTRO65A
August 28, 2003
Fuzzy Zoeller watches his tee shot on the third hole of the Jeld-Wen
Tradition golf tournament of the...
North Plains, United States of America
ZOELLER WATCHES TEE SHOT AT TRADITION.
Fuzzy Zoeller watches his tee shot on the third hole of the Jeld-Wen
Tradition golf tournament of the Champions Tour in Aloha, Oregon,
August 28, 2003. Zoeller was the early leader during the first round
with a six-under-par 66. REUTERS/Steve Dipaola

SD/SV
SPORT GOLF
RTRO653
August 28, 2003
Jim Thorpe watches his tee shot on the 17th hole of the Jeld-Wen
Tradition golf tournament of the Champions...
North Plains, United States of America
THORPE WATCHES TEE SHOT AT TRADITION IN NORTH PLAINS.
Jim Thorpe watches his tee shot on the 17th hole of the Jeld-Wen
Tradition golf tournament of the Champions Tour in Aloha, Oregon on
August 28, 2003. Thorpe double-bogied the hole to fall three shots
behind leader Fuzzy Zoeller. Thorpe is the defending champion from the
2002 Tradition. REUTERS/Steve Dipaola

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SPORT GOLF
RTRO64O
August 28, 2003
Fuzzy Zoeller plays from a fairway sand trap on the sixth hole of the
Jeld-Wen Tradition golf tournament,...
Aloha, United States of America
GOLFER FUZZY ZOELLER HITS FROM SAND AT TRADITION TOURNAMENT IN OREGON.
Fuzzy Zoeller plays from a fairway sand trap on the sixth hole of the
Jeld-Wen Tradition golf tournament, as part of the Champions Tour in
Aloha, Oregon, August 28, 2003. Zoeller was the early leader during the
first round with a six-under-par 66. REUTERS/Steve Dipaola

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RONDINONE
RTXM2IA
July 02, 2003
A visitor to Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art July 2, 2003 looks closely at a coloured, circular artwork...
Sydney, Australia
A visitor to Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art July 2, 2003 looks closely at a coloured, circular .....
A visitor to Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art July 2, 2003 looks closely at a coloured, circular artwork by Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone who is famous for using painting, video, sculpture and photography to create emotional and psychological environments. The work plays with the viewer's inability to focus on any of the 'fuzzy' coloured circles, resulting in many people feeling dizzy and some even becoming lightheaded.
AUSTRALIA
RTR322
July 02, 2003
A visitor to Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art July 2, 2003 looks
closely at a coloured, circular...
Sydney, Australia
VISITOR TO SYDNEY'S MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART LOOKS AT CIRCULAR
ARTWORK.
A visitor to Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art July 2, 2003 looks
closely at a coloured, circular artwork by Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone
who is famous for using painting, video, sculpture and photography to
create emotional and psychological environments. The work plays with
the viewer's inability to focus on any of the 'fuzzy' coloured circles,
resulting in many people feeling dizzy and some even becoming
lightheaded. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/CP
AUSTRALIA
RTR2LL
July 02, 2003
A visitor to Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art July 2, 2003 looks
closely at a coloured, circular...
Sydney, Australia
VISITOR TO SYDNEY'S MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART LOOKS AT CIRCULAR
ARTWORK.
A visitor to Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art July 2, 2003 looks
closely at a coloured, circular artwork by Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone
who is famous for using painting, video, sculpture and photography to
create emotional and psychological environments. The work plays with
the viewer's inability to focus on any of the 'fuzzy' coloured circles,
resulting in many people feeling dizzy and some even becoming
lightheaded. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/CP
SPORT GOLF
RTRUJXH
April 10, 2002
Ten-year-old Chappy Garner (R) exchanges high five with former Masters
champion Fuzzy Zoeller (C) as...
Augusta, United States of America
FUZZY ZOELLER EXCHANGES HIGH FIVE WITH FAN DURING MASTERS PRACTICE
ROUND.
Ten-year-old Chappy Garner (R) exchanges high five with former Masters
champion Fuzzy Zoeller (C) as golfer John Daly (L) watches after
hitting a drive off the 15th tee during a practice round at the
Masters, April 10, 2002. Daly and Zoeller invited Garner to come out of
the crowd and hit a ball. First round play at the Masters begins April
11. REUTERS/Mike Blake

GMH/HK
SPACE COMET
RTXL59B
March 21, 2002
Comet Ikeya-Zhang, discovered by two amateur astronomers in February, can be seen streaking across skies...
None, USA
Comet Ikeya-Zhang, discovered by two amateur astronomers in February, can be seen streaking across s.....
Comet Ikeya-Zhang, discovered by two amateur astronomers in February, can be seen streaking across skies over the northern hemisphere for the next several weeks, scientists said March 21, 2002. To find Comet Ikeya-Zhang, pictured late March 21, look in the western sky shortly after sunset and locate the planet Mars -- that will be a red point of light about 18 degrees up from the horizon (An outspread hand at arm's length covers about 15 degrees, so Mars is a bit higher than one hand-span). Observers should be able to see the comet's bright, starlike nucleus surrounded by a fuzzy cloud of dust and gas called the coma. The comet's tail streaks points nearly straight up from the horizon.hand-span. (CREDIT : REUTERS/Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics) ? SALES
SPORT GOLF MASTERS
RTRTN8R
April 06, 2000
Former Masters champion Fuzzy Zoeller hits his third shot out of the bunker on the second hole at the...
Augusta, USA
FUZZY ZOELLER HITS OUT OF SAND TRAP ON SECOND HOLE AT MASTERS.
Former Masters champion Fuzzy Zoeller hits his third shot out of the bunker on the second hole at the 2000 Masters April 6. Spain's Jose Maria Olazabal is the defending champion as play begins.

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POLITICS GORE
RTR4TZ
January 06, 2000
Democratic U.S. presidential hopeful Vice President Al Gore rubs a fuzzy television camera boom microphone...
Manchester, USA
GORE RUBS FUZZY TV MICROPHONE ON BABYS FACE IN NEW HAMPSHIRE DINER.
Democratic U.S. presidential hopeful Vice President Al Gore rubs a fuzzy television camera boom microphone against the nose of 6-month-old Eliott Lawrence in a diner in Manchester, New Hampshire, January 6. Gore stopped in the diner to campaign and eat breakfast. The Vice President is in a close race with former U.S. Senator Bill Bradley in New Hampshire with the state's first-in-the nation primary less than a month away.

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SPORT GOLF MASTERS
RTR105JB
April 07, 1999
Golfer Fuzzy Zoeller fans himself with a wad of one hundred dollar bills given to him by Arnold Palmer...
Augusta, USA
FUZZY ZOELLER FANS HIMSELF WITH WAD OF CASH.
Golfer Fuzzy Zoeller fans himself with a wad of one hundred dollar bills given to him by Arnold Palmer after he sunk a hole-in-one on the final hole of their round in the annual par 3 tournament at the 1999 Masters at the Augusta National Golf Club April 7. Tournament competition begins April 8.

GMH/TB
JAPAN
RTXIR5G
February 09, 1999
Pet shop clerk Hiroko Nagayama holds a pair of rabbits in front of the shop in Tokyo February 9. An increasing...
Tokyo, Japan
Pet shop clerk Hiroko Nagayama holds a pair of rabbits in front of the shop in Tokyo February 9. An .....
Pet shop clerk Hiroko Nagayama holds a pair of rabbits in front of the shop in Tokyo February 9. An increasing number of Japanese are purchasing the fuzzy animal this year, which according to the Chinese lunar calender, is the "Year of the Rabbit".
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JAPAN
RTRLPKL
February 09, 1999
Pet shop clerk Hiroko Nagayama holds a pair of rabbits in front of the shop in Tokyo February 9. An increasing...
Tokyo, Japan
A PET SHOP CLERK HOLDS A PAIR OF RABBITS IN TOKYO.
Pet shop clerk Hiroko Nagayama holds a pair of rabbits in front of the shop in Tokyo February 9. An increasing number of Japanese are purchasing the fuzzy animal this year, which according to the Chinese lunar calender, is the "Year of the Rabbit".

ST/TAN/JDP
SPORT GOLF
RTRY0BA
November 13, 1998
Golfer John Daly watches his shot from the 18th tee at the 1998 Franklin Templeton Shark Shootout at...
Thousand Oaks, USA
GOLFER DALY TEES OFF AT THE SHARK SHOOTOUT.
Golfer John Daly watches his shot from the 18th tee at the 1998 Franklin Templeton Shark Shootout at the Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, November 13. Daly and partner Fuzzy Zoeller lead the tournament with a seven-under-par 65.

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