Ajax loader

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.

 

If you don't have an account, Register here.

Search results for: Nose-picking

RUSSIA-ANIMALS/
RTS1GZRD 
October 18, 2017 
Anfisa, a 12-year-old female chimpanzee, picks its nose at the Royev Ruchey Zoo in a suburb of the Siberian... 
Krasnoyarsk, Russia 
Anfisa, a 12-year-old female chimpanzee, picks its nose at the Royev Ruchey Zoo in Krasnoyarsk 
Anfisa, a 12-year-old female chimpanzee, picks its nose at the Royev Ruchey Zoo in a suburb of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, Russia October 18, 2017. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
RUSSIA-ANIMALS/
RTS1GZB5 
October 18, 2017 
Anfisa, a twelve-year-old female chimpanzee, picks its nose at the Royev Ruchey Zoo in a suburb of the... 
Krasnoyarsk, Russia 
Anfisa, a twelve-year-old female chimpanzee, picks its nose at the Royev Ruchey Zoo in Krasnoyarsk 
Anfisa, a twelve-year-old female chimpanzee, picks its nose at the Royev Ruchey Zoo in a suburb of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, Russia October 18, 2017. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin 
MUSIC-COACHELLA/
RTS12DJV 
April 15, 2017 
A child picks their nose as they are held while wearing headphones and listening to music on the opening... 
Indio, UNITED STATES 
A child picks their nose as they are held while wearing headphones and listening to music on the opening... 
A child picks their nose as they are held while wearing headphones and listening to music on the opening day of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California, U.S. April 14, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX272D1 
February 15, 2016 
An internally displaced Syrian boy who fled from Aleppo picks his nose inside a refugee camp in the village... 
Idlib, Syria 
An internally displaced Syrian boy who fled from Aleppo picks his nose inside a refugee camp in the village... 
An internally displaced Syrian boy who fled from Aleppo picks his nose inside a refugee camp in the village of Batabo, northern Idlib countryside, Syria, February 14, 2016. REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX121H9 
July 27, 2013 
A North Korean official digs his nose while walking along a red carpet ahead of the opening ceremony... 
Pyongyang, North Korea 
A North Korean official digs his nose while walking along a red carpet in Pyongyang 
A North Korean official digs his nose while walking along a red carpet ahead of the opening ceremony of the Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum, in Pyongyang July 27, 2013. North Korea is celebrating the 60th anniversary of the signing of a truce in the 1950-1953 Korean War. REUTERS/Jason Lee (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY) 
PERU-COFFEE/
RTR3B6A3 
December 03, 2012 
A coati is shown by an assistant of farmer Jose Durand at the 'Expo Cafe Peru' coffee fair in Lima, October... 
Lima, Peru 
A coati is shown by an assistant of farmer Durand at 'Expo Cafe Peru' coffee fair in Lima 
A coati is shown by an assistant of farmer Jose Durand at the 'Expo Cafe Peru' coffee fair in Lima, October 19, 2012. Durand is now making one of the most expensive coffees in the world by picking arabica beans out of the dung of a long-nosed jungle critter called the coati, a tropical cousin of the racoon. His company, Chanchamayo Highland Coffee, is the second Peruvian venture to copy a rare technique from Indonesia that harnesses a mammal's digestive tract to strip bitter-tasting proteins from coffee beans. After the creatures eat ripe coffee cherries, the growers wash, roast and export the beans that emerge partially fermented but whole in the animals' scat. Picture taken October 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lucero Del Castillo (PERU - Tags: ANIMALS AGRICULTURE) 
PERU-COFFEE/
RTR3B6A2 
December 03, 2012 
An assistant of farmer Jose Durand carries a coati at the 'Expo Cafe Peru' coffee fair in Lima, October... 
Lima, Peru 
An assistant of farmer Jose Durand carries a coati at the 'Expo Cafe Peru' coffee fair in Lima 
An assistant of farmer Jose Durand carries a coati at the 'Expo Cafe Peru' coffee fair in Lima, October 19, 2012. Durand is now making one of the most expensive coffees in the world by picking arabica beans out of the dung of a long-nosed jungle critter called the coati, a tropical cousin of the racoon. His company, Chanchamayo Highland Coffee, is the second Peruvian venture to copy a rare technique from Indonesia that harnesses a mammal's digestive tract to strip bitter-tasting proteins from coffee beans. After the creatures eat ripe coffee cherries, the growers wash, roast and export the beans that emerge partially fermented but whole in the animals' scat. Picture taken October 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lucero Del Castillo (PERU - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD AGRICULTURE) 
PERU-COFFEE/
RTR3B6A1 
December 03, 2012 
Farmer Jose Durand shows his coffee to a visitor at the 'Expo Cafe Peru' coffee fair in Lima, October... 
Lima, Peru 
Farmer Durand shows his coffee to a visitor at the 'Expo Cafe Peru' coffee fair in Lima 
Farmer Jose Durand shows his coffee to a visitor at the 'Expo Cafe Peru' coffee fair in Lima, October 19, 2012. Durand is now making one of the most expensive coffees in the world by picking arabica beans out of the dung of a long-nosed jungle critter called the coati, a tropical cousin of the racoon. His company, Chanchamayo Highland Coffee, is the second Peruvian venture to copy a rare technique from Indonesia that harnesses a mammal's digestive tract to strip bitter-tasting proteins from coffee beans. After the creatures eat ripe coffee cherries, the growers wash, roast and export the beans that emerge partially fermented but whole in the animals' scat. Picture taken October 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lucero Del Castillo (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
PERU-COFFEE/
RTR3B6A0 
December 03, 2012 
Coffee packages made by farmer Jose Durand are seen at the 'Expo Cafe Peru' coffee fair in Lima, October... 
Lima, Peru 
Coffee packages made by farmer Jose Durand are seen at the 'Expo Cafe Peru' coffee fair in Lima 
Coffee packages made by farmer Jose Durand are seen at the 'Expo Cafe Peru' coffee fair in Lima, October 19, 2012. Durand is now making one of the most expensive coffees in the world by picking arabica beans out of the dung of a long-nosed jungle critter called the coati, a tropical cousin of the racoon. His company, Chanchamayo Highland Coffee, is the second Peruvian venture to copy a rare technique from Indonesia that harnesses a mammal's digestive tract to strip bitter-tasting proteins from coffee beans. After the creatures eat ripe coffee cherries, the growers wash, roast and export the beans that emerge partially fermented but whole in the animals' scat. Picture taken October 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lucero Del Castillo (PERU - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS AGRICULTURE) 
PERU-COFFEE/
RTR3B69Z 
December 03, 2012 
Farmer Jose Durand explains the making of his coffee to visitors at the 'Expo Cafe Peru' coffee fair... 
Lima, Peru 
Farmer Durand explains the making of his coffee to visitors at the 'Expo Cafe Peru' coffee fair in Lima... 
Farmer Jose Durand explains the making of his coffee to visitors at the 'Expo Cafe Peru' coffee fair in Lima, October 19, 2012. Durand is now making one of the most expensive coffees in the world by picking arabica beans out of the dung of a long-nosed jungle critter called the coati, a tropical cousin of the racoon. His company, Chanchamayo Highland Coffee, is the second Peruvian venture to copy a rare technique from Indonesia that harnesses a mammal's digestive tract to strip bitter-tasting proteins from coffee beans. After the creatures eat ripe coffee cherries, the growers wash, roast and export the beans that emerge partially fermented but whole in the animals' scat. Picture taken October 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lucero Del Castillo (PERU - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS AGRICULTURE) 
PERU-COFFEE/
RTR3B69W 
December 03, 2012 
Farmer Jose Durand poses with his coffee at the 'Expo Cafe Peru' coffee fair in Lima October 19, 2012.... 
Lima, Peru 
Farmer Jose Durand poses with his coffee at the 'Expo Cafe Peru' coffee fair in Lima 
Farmer Jose Durand poses with his coffee at the 'Expo Cafe Peru' coffee fair in Lima October 19, 2012. Durand is now making one of the most expensive coffees in the world by picking arabica beans out of the dung of a long-nosed jungle critter called the coati, a tropical cousin of the racoon. His company, Chanchamayo Highland Coffee, is the second Peruvian venture to copy a rare technique from Indonesia that harnesses a mammal's digestive tract to strip bitter-tasting proteins from coffee beans. After the creatures eat ripe coffee cherries, the growers wash, roast and export the beans that emerge partially fermented but whole in the animals' scat. Picture taken October 19, 2012. REUTERS/Lucero Del Castillo (PERU - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD AGRICULTURE) 
USA/
RTR2LNG4 
April 27, 2011 
"American Idol" contestant James Durbin (L) pretends to pick fellow contestant Casey Abrams' nose as... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
"American Idol" contestant Durbin pretends to pick fellow contestant Abrams' nose as they pose at the... 
"American Idol" contestant James Durbin (L) pretends to pick fellow contestant Casey Abrams' nose as they pose at the Royal Wedding themed champagne launch of BritWeek at the British Consul General's official Residence in Los Angeles, April 26, 2011. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
ROMANIA
RTR2BOCZ 
March 15, 2010 
An ethnic Hungarian wearing a traditional Huszar uniform wipes his nose during a wreath-laying ceremony... 
NYERGES PASS, Romania 
An ethnic Hungarian wearing traditional Huszar uniform wipes his nose during a wreath-laying ceremony... 
An ethnic Hungarian wearing a traditional Huszar uniform wipes his nose during a wreath-laying ceremony on Magyar's Day, marking 162 years since the 1848 revolution against the Habsburgs, in the Nyerges pass, 250 kms (155 miles) north of Bucharest March 15, 2010. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY) 
VIETNAM
RTR22UQ3 
December 26, 2008 
Hmong children are seen in front of their house at Ta Phinh village in Moc Chau highland, 250 km (155... 
MOC CHAU HIGHLAND, Vietnam 
Hmong children are seen in front of their house at Ta Phinh village in Moc Chau highland, northwest of... 
Hmong children are seen in front of their house at Ta Phinh village in Moc Chau highland, 250 km (155 miles) northwest of Hanoi December 26, 2008. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM) 
BANGLADESH-STORM/
RTX309S 
November 18, 2007 
Amena Begum cries for her home, which was destroyed in a storm, in Mirzaganj, 310 km (193 miles) from... 
MIRZAGANJ, Bangladesh 
Amena Begum cries for her home, which was destroyed in a storm, in Mirzaganj 
Amena Begum cries for her home, which was destroyed in a storm, in Mirzaganj, 310 km (193 miles) from the capital Dhaka, November 18, 2007. Grieving survivors and rescuers picked through the rubble left in the wake of a super cyclone that battered Bangladesh as the death toll reached over 2,200 on Sunday and a government official declared the disaster "a national calamity". REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH) 
Cannes Film Festival
Cannes Film Festival 
Valentino Touches Nostril - 16 May 2007 
3 PICTURES 
MONTENGRO PODGORICA
RTR1H6NK 
September 10, 2006 
A girl picks her nose while waiting for her mother to vote in the Montenegrin general elections in Podgorica... 
Podgorica, Serbia & Montenegro 
Girl picks her nose while waiting for mother to vote in Montenegrin general elections in Podgorica 
A girl picks her nose while waiting for her mother to vote in the Montenegrin general elections in Podgorica September 10, 2006. Whoever wins Sunday's election in Montenegro, few doubt Milo Djukanovic will continue to be the most powerful man in Europe's newest independent state. The suave 44-year old has been in power without a break for 15 years as president or prime minister of the Adriatic republic, since federal Yugoslavia began falling apart in 1991. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (MONTENEGRO) 
CHRETIEN
RTXH827 
October 06, 1997 
Space shuttle Atlantis astronaut Jean-Loup J.M. Chretien of the French Space Agency touches the nose... 
Cape Canaveral, UNITED STATES 
Space shuttle Atlantis astronaut Jean-Loup J.M. Chretien of the French Space Agency touches the nose..... 
Space shuttle Atlantis astronaut Jean-Loup J.M. Chretien of the French Space Agency touches the nose of the spacecraft on the tarmac after landing at the Kennedy Space Center October 6. The landing ended an 11-day mission which took the orbiter to the Russian Mir space station. The crew of seven astronauts includes Michael-Foale, who was picked up from Mir. 
Sort by 
Display 
Items per page 
Page 
of 1