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IRELAND-DAILYLIFE/
RTS1CK4X
August 20, 2017
A team participates in a seaweed race pushing a two tonne seaweed bundle known as Climin from the sea...
KINVARA, Ireland
A team participates in a seaweed race pushing a two tonne seaweed bundle known as Climin from the sea...
A team participates in a seaweed race pushing a two tonne seaweed bundle known as Climin from the sea to the harbour finish line during Cruinniu na mBad (gathering of the boats) regatta in Kinvara, Ireland August 20, 2017. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-DAILYLIFE/
RTS1CK4T
August 20, 2017
A team participates in a seaweed race pushing a two tonne seaweed bundle known as Climin from the sea...
KINVARA, Ireland
A team participates in a seaweed race pushing a two tonne seaweed bundle known as Climin from the sea...
A team participates in a seaweed race pushing a two tonne seaweed bundle known as Climin from the sea to the harbour finish line during Cruinniu na mBad (gathering of the boats) regatta in Kinvara, Ireland August 20, 2017. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-DAILYLIFE/
RTS1CK4S
August 20, 2017
Teams participate in a seaweed race pushing a two tonne seaweed bundle known as Climin from the sea to...
KINVARA, Ireland
Teams participate in a seaweed race pushing a two tonne seaweed bundle known as Climin from the sea to...
Teams participate in a seaweed race pushing a two tonne seaweed bundle known as Climin from the sea to the harbour finish line during Cruinniu na mBad (gathering of the boats) regatta in Kinvara, Ireland August 20, 2017. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-DAILYLIFE/
RTS1CK4P
August 20, 2017
Teams participate in a seaweed race pushing a two tonne seaweed bundle known as Climin from the sea to...
KINVARA, Ireland
Teams participate in a seaweed race pushing a two tonne seaweed bundle known as Climin from the sea to...
Teams participate in a seaweed race pushing a two tonne seaweed bundle known as Climin from the sea to the harbour finish line during Cruinniu na mBad (gathering of the boats) regatta in Kinvara, Ireland August 20, 2017. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-DAILYLIFE/
RTS1CK4O
August 20, 2017
Teams participate in a seaweed race pushing a two tonne seaweed bundle known as Climin from the sea to...
KINVARA, Ireland
Teams participate in a seaweed race pushing a two tonne seaweed bundle known as Climin from the sea to...
Teams participate in a seaweed race pushing a two tonne seaweed bundle known as Climin from the sea to the harbour finish line during Cruinniu na mBad (gathering of the boats) regatta in Kinvara, Ireland August 20, 2017. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
IRELAND-DAILYLIFE/
RTS1CK3U
August 20, 2017
Teams participate in a seaweed race pushing a two tonne seaweed bundle known as Climin from the sea to...
KINVARA, Ireland
Teams participate in a seaweed race pushing a two tonne seaweed bundle known as Climin from the sea to...
Teams participate in a seaweed race pushing a two tonne seaweed bundle known as Climin from the sea to the harbour finish line during Cruinniu na mBad (gathering of the boats) regatta in Kinvara, Ireland August 20, 2017. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
BRITAIN-THAMES/
RTS15TJ1
May 09, 2017
Seaweed is seen on the bank of the River Thames during low tide in London, Britain February 24, 2017....
London, United Kingdom
The Wider Image: London's dark river and its secrets
Seaweed is seen on the bank of the River Thames during low tide in London, Britain February 24, 2017. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth SEARCH "THAMES WERMUTH" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
BRITAIN-THAMES/
RTS15TI5
May 09, 2017
Seaweed is seen on the bank of the River Thames during low tide in London, Britain January 23, 2017....
London, United Kingdom
The Wider Image: London's dark river and its secrets
Seaweed is seen on the bank of the River Thames during low tide in London, Britain January 23, 2017. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth SEARCH "THAMES WERMUTH" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
SRI LANKA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX30GVR
February 10, 2017
A man splashes the water while trying to find some seaweed in the Kalpitiya lagoon in Kalpitiya, Sri...
KALPITIYA, Sri Lanka
A man splashes the water while trying to find some seaweed in the Kalpitiya lagoon in Kalpitiya
A man splashes the water while trying to find some seaweed in the Kalpitiya lagoon in Kalpitiya, Sri Lanka February 10, 2017. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
FRANCE-FOOD/
RTX2P7BM
October 17, 2016
New packs of seaweed mixed with vegetables from Christine Le Tennier are seen at the food exhibition...
Paris, France
New packs of seaweed mixed with vegetables from Christine Le Tennier are seen at the food exhibition...
New packs of seaweed mixed with vegetables from Christine Le Tennier are seen at the food exhibition Sial in Villepinte, near Paris, France, October 17, 2016. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-FOOD/
RTX2P7BH
October 17, 2016
New packs of seaweed mixed with vegetables from Christine Le Tennier are seen at the food exhibition...
Paris, France
New packs of seaweed mixed with vegetables from Christine Le Tennier are seen at the food exhibition...
New packs of seaweed mixed with vegetables from Christine Le Tennier are seen at the food exhibition Sial in Villepinte, near Paris, France, October 17, 2016. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-FOOD/
RTX2P7BB
October 17, 2016
New packs of seaweed mixed with vegetables from Christine Le Tennier are seen at the food exhibition...
Paris, France
New packs of seaweed mixed with vegetables from Christine Le Tennier are seen at the food exhibition...
New packs of seaweed mixed with vegetables from Christine Le Tennier are seen at the food exhibition Sial in Villepinte, near Paris, France, October 17, 2016. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
ENVIRONMENT-SEAWEED/
RTX2O145
September 04, 2016
Women tend a seaweed farm off east Zanzibar, Tanzania, July 6, 2016. Picture taken July 6, 2016. REUTERS/Alister...
Zanzibar, Tanzania
Women tend a seaweed farm off east Zanzibar
Women tend a seaweed farm off east Zanzibar, Tanzania, July 6, 2016. Picture taken July 6, 2016. REUTERS/Alister Doyle
IRELAND-PILGRIMAGE/
RTSJ1PK
July 21, 2016
Johnny Cloherty harvests seaweed on Mweenish Island in Galway, Ireland, July 15, 2016. REUTERS/Clodagh...
CARNA, Ireland
The Wider Image: Seafarers' pilgrimage to MacDara's Island
Johnny Cloherty harvests seaweed on Mweenish Island in Galway, Ireland, July 15, 2016. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne SEARCH "CARNA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
IRELAND-PILGRIMAGE/
RTSJ1PF
July 21, 2016
Johnny Cloherty from Mweenish Island who catches lobsters and harvests seaweed, sells baskets of his...
CARNA, Ireland
The Wider Image: Seafarers' pilgrimage to MacDara's Island
Johnny Cloherty from Mweenish Island who catches lobsters and harvests seaweed, sells baskets of his catch from his currach boat off the coast of Carna in Galway, Ireland, July 15, 2016. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne SEARCH "CARNA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
IRELAND-PILGRIMAGE/
RTSJ1OY
July 21, 2016
Johnny Cloherty from Mweenish Island who catches lobsters and harvests seaweed holds a Spider Crab on...
CARNA, Ireland
The Wider Image: Seafarers' pilgrimage to MacDara's Island
Johnny Cloherty from Mweenish Island who catches lobsters and harvests seaweed holds a Spider Crab on his currach boat off the coast of Carna in Galway, Ireland, July 15, 2016. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne SEARCH "CARNA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
IRELAND-PILGRIMAGE/
RTSJ1OG
July 21, 2016
Johnny Cloherty from Mweenish Island who catches lobsters and harvests seaweed, measures a lobster to...
CARNA, Ireland
The Wider Image: Seafarers' pilgrimage to MacDara's Island
Johnny Cloherty from Mweenish Island who catches lobsters and harvests seaweed, measures a lobster to see if it meets minimum regulation size requirements on his currach boat off the coast of Carna in Galway, Ireland, July 15, 2016. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne SEARCH "CARNA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
IRELAND-PILGRIMAGE/
RTSJ1OE
July 21, 2016
Johnny Cloherty from Mweenish Island who catches lobsters and harvests seaweed, pulls a basket of lobsters...
CARNA, Ireland
The Wider Image: Seafarers' pilgrimage to MacDara's Island
Johnny Cloherty from Mweenish Island who catches lobsters and harvests seaweed, pulls a basket of lobsters onto his currach boat off the coast of Carna in Galway, Ireland, July 15, 2016. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne SEARCH "CARNA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
IRELAND-PILGRIMAGE/
RTSJ1OD
July 21, 2016
Johnny Cloherty from Mweenish Island who catches lobsters and harvests seaweed, takes his catch out of...
CARNA, Ireland
The Wider Image: Seafarers' pilgrimage to MacDara's Island
Johnny Cloherty from Mweenish Island who catches lobsters and harvests seaweed, takes his catch out of a lobster pot on his currach boat off the coast of Carna in Galway, Ireland, July 15, 2016. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne SEARCH "CARNA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
IRELAND-PILGRIMAGE/
RTSJ1OA
July 21, 2016
Johnny Cloherty from Mweenish Island who catches lobsters and harvests seaweed, is seen in his currach...
CARNA, Ireland
The Wider Image: Seafarers' pilgrimage to MacDara's Island
Johnny Cloherty from Mweenish Island who catches lobsters and harvests seaweed, is seen in his currach boat off the coast of Carna in Galway, Ireland, July 15, 2016. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne SEARCH "CARNA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
IRELAND-PILGRIMAGE/
RTSJ1O7
July 21, 2016
Johnny Cloherty from Mweenish Island who catches lobsters and harvests seaweed, ties his currach boat...
CARNA, Ireland
The Wider Image: Seafarers' pilgrimage to MacDara's Island
Johnny Cloherty from Mweenish Island who catches lobsters and harvests seaweed, ties his currach boat to a pier in Carna in Galway, Ireland, July 15, 2016. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne SEARCH "CARNA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
EUROPE-GREENLAND/
RTX2G6II
June 14, 2016
Fishermen clean seaweed off their nets in the port of Nuuk, Greenland June 1, 2016. REUTERS/Alister Doyle...
Nuuk, Greenland
Fishermen clean seaweed off their nets in the port of Nuuk
Fishermen clean seaweed off their nets in the port of Nuuk, Greenland June 1, 2016. REUTERS/Alister Doyle
TAIWAN-ENVIRONMENT/
RTSCB3B
March 26, 2016
A worker picks up seaweed that has been covered with oil, that leaked from a cargo ship owned by TS Lines...
NEW TAIPEI CITY, Taiwan
A worker picks up seaweed that has been covered with oil, that leaked from a cargo ship owned by TS Lines...
A worker picks up seaweed that has been covered with oil, that leaked from a cargo ship owned by TS Lines Co (in background), off the shores of New Taipei City, Taiwan, March 26, 2016. The oil spilled from the ship has contaminated 2 kilometer (1.24 miles) of water, according to local media. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
ROSEPARADE-SECURITY/
RTX20CIY
December 29, 2015
Volunteer Steve Copsey applies seaweed on the smoke stack of a steam engine on the City of Glendale Rose...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
Volunteer Steve Copsey applies seaweed on the smoke stack of a steam engine on the City of Glendale Rose...
Volunteer Steve Copsey applies seaweed on the smoke stack of a steam engine on the City of Glendale Rose Parade float "Getting There is Half The Fun" at the Phoenix Decorating Company's Rose Palace in preparation for the Rose Parade in Pasadena, California, December 28, 2015. The 127th Rose Parade will take place on New Year's Day in Pasadena. REUTERS/Kevork Djansezian
JAPAN-RUSSIA/
RTX1SGSO
September 25, 2015
A pig stands in the evening light on the beach to eat seaweed in Yuzhno-Kurilsk, the main settlement...
Yuzhno-Kurilsk, Russia
|Pig stands in the evening light on the beach to eat seaweed in Yuzhno-Kurilsk, the main settlement on...
A pig stands in the evening light on the beach to eat seaweed in Yuzhno-Kurilsk, the main settlement on the Southern Kurile island of Kunashir September 14, 2015. Russian residents of the island chain at the centre of a dispute between Japan and Russia that has held up a treaty to formally end World War Two hope a diplomatic solution will lure tourists and investment to help refurbish rickety infrastructure. The Southern Kuriles are referred to in Japan as the Northern Territories. Picture taken September 14, 2015. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GREECE
RTX1SFAH
September 25, 2015
A flip-flop left by a refugee child is seen atop seaweed at a beach on the Greek island of Lesbos, where...
LESBOS, Greece
A child's flipflop is seen on the Greek island of Lesbos
A flip-flop left by a refugee child is seen atop seaweed at a beach on the Greek island of Lesbos, where thousands of migrants and refugees have been landing in the past six months after crossing a part of the Aegean Sea from Turkey to Lesbos, September 25, 2015. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GREECE
RTS119F
September 14, 2015
A passport photo left behind by a migrant is seen among seaweed on a beach on the Greek island of Lesbos,...
LESBOS, Greece
A passport photo left behind by a migrant is seen among seaweed on a beach on the Greek island of Lesbos...
A passport photo left behind by a migrant is seen among seaweed on a beach on the Greek island of Lesbos, September 14, 2015. Of the record total of 432,761 refugees and migrants making the perilous journey across the Mediterranean to Europe so far this year, an estimated 309,000 people had arrived by sea in Greece, the International Organization for Migration (IMO) said on Friday. About half of those crossing the Mediterranean are Syrians fleeing civil war, according to the United Nations refugee agency. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RDB6
February 27, 2015
Packets of "HiSo"snacks are offered to foreign tourists during a promotion event in central Bangkok February...
Bangkok, Thailand
Packets of "HiSo"snacks are offered to foreign tourists during a promotion event in central Bangkok
Packets of "HiSo"snacks are offered to foreign tourists during a promotion event in central Bangkok February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY TRAVEL)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RDB0
February 27, 2015
Schoolgirls pose after getting packets of "HiSo" snacks during a promotion event in central Bangkok February...
Bangkok, Thailand
Schoolgirls pose after getting packets of "HiSo" snacks during a promotion event in central Bangkok
Schoolgirls pose after getting packets of "HiSo" snacks during a promotion event in central Bangkok February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION FOOD)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RDAZ
February 27, 2015
Packets of "HiSo" snacks are offered to passers-by during a promotion event in central Bangkok February...
Bangkok, Thailand
Packets of "HiSo" snacks are offered to passers-by during a promotion event in central Bangkok
Packets of "HiSo" snacks are offered to passers-by during a promotion event in central Bangkok February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RDAY
February 27, 2015
Packets of "HiSo" snacks are offered to motorcycle taxi drivers during a promotion event in central Bangkok...
Bangkok, Thailand
Packets of "HiSo" snacks are offered to motorcycle taxi drivers during a promotion event in central Bangkok...
Packets of "HiSo" snacks are offered to motorcycle taxi drivers during a promotion event in central Bangkok February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RDAO
February 27, 2015
A worker prepares deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February...
Bangkok, Thailand
Worker prepares deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs
A worker prepares deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RDAA
February 27, 2015
Workers sort and package deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs...
Bangkok, Thailand
Workers sort and package deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs...
Workers sort and package deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RDA7
February 27, 2015
Pattitarn Tongsiri is silhouetted in his factory, which produces "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February...
Bangkok, Thailand
Tongsiri is silhouetted in his factory, which produces "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs
Pattitarn Tongsiri is silhouetted in his factory, which produces "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RD9W
February 27, 2015
Pattitarn Tongsiri holds a toy of one of mascots at his factory, which produces "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's...
Bangkok, Thailand
Tongsiri holds toy of one of mascots at his factory, which produces "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs...
Pattitarn Tongsiri holds a toy of one of mascots at his factory, which produces "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RD9Q
February 27, 2015
A worker sorts deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February...
Bangkok, Thailand
Worker sorts deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs
A worker sorts deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RD9M
February 27, 2015
A worker sorts worms in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February 24, 2015. Street...
Bangkok, Thailand
Worker sorts worms in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs
A worker sorts worms in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RD9J
February 27, 2015
A worker packages bags of "HiSo" snacks in a factory in Bangkok's suburbs February 24, 2015. Street vendors...
Bangkok, Thailand
Worker packages bags of "HiSo" snacks in a factory in Bangkok's suburbs
A worker packages bags of "HiSo" snacks in a factory in Bangkok's suburbs February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
THAILAND-INSECTS/
RTR4RD9H
February 27, 2015
Workers package deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February...
Bangkok, Thailand
Workers package deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs
Workers package deep fried insects in a factory producing "HiSo" snacks in Bangkok's suburbs February 24, 2015. Street vendors selling deep-fried insects as snacks are a familiar sight in Bangkok, but a Thai entrepreneur is trying to give edible bugs a more upmarket appeal. Panitan Tongsiri will launch his "HiSo", short for high-society, brand of seasoned insect snacks in March and plans to stock them at gourmet food markets around the Thai capital. Crunchy crickets and worms would be a delicacy available in plain salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue flavours at 25 baht (less than $1) per pack, said the 29-year-old businessman. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
NEWYEAR-CELEBRATION/BRITAIN
RTR4JTMW
January 01, 2015
A swimmer comes out of the water with seaweed attached to his head as he participates in the New Year's...
SOUTH QUEENSFERRY, United Kingdom
A swimmer comes out of the water with seaweed attached to his head as he participates in the New Year's...
A swimmer comes out of the water with seaweed attached to his head as he participates in the New Year's Day Loony Dook swim at South Queensferry, Scotland January 1, 2015. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/
RTR4IHV8
December 18, 2014
A woman browses through kimonos for sale at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 15, 2014. In the 16th...
Tokyo, Japan
A woman browses through kimonos for sale at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo
A woman browses through kimonos for sale at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 15, 2014. In the 16th century, Boroichi was a place for farmers to buy and sell rags, known as boro, for mending clothes and weaving sandals. Now in its 436th year, the original spirit lingers, with about 700 stands hawking fabric, used clothes and piles of rags. Others sell kitchen tools, pottery, seaweed and spices. About 200,000 people flock to the market, which is only open for four mid-winter days a year - two in December and two in January. Picture taken December 15. To match story JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/
RTR4IHUY
December 18, 2014
Trader Kazumoto Miyaoka poses in the pile of secondhand clothes and rags that he sells at Boroichi flea...
Tokyo, Japan
Trader Kazumoto Miyaoka poses in the pile of secondhand clothes and rags that he sells at Boroichi flea...
Trader Kazumoto Miyaoka poses in the pile of secondhand clothes and rags that he sells at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 15, 2014. In the 16th century, Boroichi was a place for farmers to buy and sell rags, known as boro, for mending clothes and weaving sandals. Now in its 436th year, the original spirit lingers, with about 700 stands hawking fabric, used clothes and piles of rags. Others sell kitchen tools, pottery, seaweed and spices. About 200,000 people flock to the market, which is only open for four mid-winter days a year - two in December and two in January. Picture taken December 15. To match story JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/
RTR4IHUV
December 18, 2014
A trader sells secondhand goods at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 15, 2014. In the 16th century,...
Tokyo, Japan
A trader sells secondhand goods at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo
A trader sells secondhand goods at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 15, 2014. In the 16th century, Boroichi was a place for farmers to buy and sell rags, known as boro, for mending clothes and weaving sandals. Now in its 436th year, the original spirit lingers, with about 700 stands hawking fabric, used clothes and piles of rags. Others sell kitchen tools, pottery, seaweed and spices. About 200,000 people flock to the market, which is only open for four mid-winter days a year - two in December and two in January. Picture taken December 15. To match story JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/
RTR4IHUU
December 18, 2014
Vintage dolls are for sale at a stall at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 15, 2014. In the 16th...
Tokyo, Japan
Vintage dolls are for sale at a stall at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo
Vintage dolls are for sale at a stall at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 15, 2014. In the 16th century, Boroichi was a place for farmers to buy and sell rags, known as boro, for mending clothes and weaving sandals. Now in its 436th year, the original spirit lingers, with about 700 stands hawking fabric, used clothes and piles of rags. Others sell kitchen tools, pottery, seaweed and spices. About 200,000 people flock to the market, which is only open for four mid-winter days a year - two in December and two in January. Picture taken December 15. To match story JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/
RTR4IHUL
December 18, 2014
A trader sells secondhand goods at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 15, 2014. In the 16th century,...
Tokyo, Japan
A trader sells secondhand goods at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo
A trader sells secondhand goods at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 15, 2014. In the 16th century, Boroichi was a place for farmers to buy and sell rags, known as boro, for mending clothes and weaving sandals. Now in its 436th year, the original spirit lingers, with about 700 stands hawking fabric, used clothes and piles of rags. Others sell kitchen tools, pottery, seaweed and spices. About 200,000 people flock to the market, which is only open for four mid-winter days a year - two in December and two in January. Picture taken December 15. To match story JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/
RTR4IHUA
December 18, 2014
Traditional Kokeshi dolls from Japan's northern Tohoku area are piled up in a box at Boroichi flea market...
Tokyo, Japan
Traditional Kokeshi dolls from Japan's northern Tohoku area are piled up in a box at Boroichi flea market...
Traditional Kokeshi dolls from Japan's northern Tohoku area are piled up in a box at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 15, 2014. In the 16th century, Boroichi was a place for farmers to buy and sell rags, known as boro, for mending clothes and weaving sandals. Now in its 436th year, the original spirit lingers, with about 700 stands hawking fabric, used clothes and piles of rags. Others sell kitchen tools, pottery, seaweed and spices. About 200,000 people flock to the market, which is only open for four mid-winter days a year - two in December and two in January. Picture taken December 15. To match story JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/
RTR4IHTV
December 18, 2014
Yoshiyuki Matsuura, a regular customer, visits a friend's indoor secondhand clothes store at Boroichi...
Tokyo, Japan
Yoshiyuki Matsuura, a regular customer, visits a friend's indoor secondhand clothes store at Boroichi...
Yoshiyuki Matsuura, a regular customer, visits a friend's indoor secondhand clothes store at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 16, 2014. In the 16th century, Boroichi was a place for farmers to buy and sell rags, known as boro, for mending clothes and weaving sandals. Now in its 436th year, the original spirit lingers, with about 700 stands hawking fabric, used clothes and piles of rags. Others sell kitchen tools, pottery, seaweed and spices. About 200,000 people flock to the market, which is only open for four mid-winter days a year - two in December and two in January. Picture taken December 16. To match story JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/
RTR4IHTJ
December 18, 2014
A woman sells rags and secondhand clothes at an indoor stall at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December...
Tokyo, Japan
A woman sells rags and secondhand clothes at an indoor stall at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo
A woman sells rags and secondhand clothes at an indoor stall at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 16, 2014. In the 16th century, Boroichi was a place for farmers to buy and sell rags, known as boro, for mending clothes and weaving sandals. Now in its 436th year, the original spirit lingers, with about 700 stands hawking fabric, used clothes and piles of rags. Others sell kitchen tools, pottery, seaweed and spices. About 200,000 people flock to the market, which is only open for four mid-winter days a year - two in December and two in January. Picture taken December 16. To match story JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/
RTR4IHTF
December 18, 2014
People look at goods at a stall at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 16, 2014. In the 16th century,...
Tokyo, Japan
People look at goods at a stall at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo
People look at goods at a stall at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 16, 2014. In the 16th century, Boroichi was a place for farmers to buy and sell rags, known as boro, for mending clothes and weaving sandals. Now in its 436th year, the original spirit lingers, with about 700 stands hawking fabric, used clothes and piles of rags. Others sell kitchen tools, pottery, seaweed and spices. About 200,000 people flock to the market, which is only open for four mid-winter days a year - two in December and two in January. Picture taken December 16. To match story JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
PERFUME-REGULATION/
RTR3XEAP
July 07, 2014
Patricia de Nicolai, French perfumer who created the Nicolai perfume brand with her husband 25 years...
Paris, France
Patricia de Nicolai poses in brand's laboratory in Paris
Patricia de Nicolai, French perfumer who created the Nicolai perfume brand with her husband 25 years ago, poses in the brand laboratory in Paris June 23, 2014. Seaweed may not be the first ingredient that springs to mind for top perfume. But certain types of algae are among the obscure ingredients to which perfume-makers are turning to preserve the scent of some fragrances in the face of new EU anti-allergy restrictions. Perfume creators love oak moss for its woody, earthy notes which give it depth and help make the scent last longer. But on the grounds that 1-3 percent of the EU population could be allergic, Brussels is banning two of its core molecules atranol and chloroatranol. Perfume makers will only be allowed to use oak moss from which these two molecules have been removed, turning it into a much lighter, emasculated version. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
PERFUME-REGULATION/
RTR3XEAO
July 07, 2014
Patricia de Nicolai, French perfumer who created the Nicolai perfume brand with her husband 25 years...
Paris, France
Patricia de Nicolai poses for Reuters as she works in brand's laboratory in Paris
Patricia de Nicolai, French perfumer who created the Nicolai perfume brand with her husband 25 years ago, poses for Reuters as she works in the brand's laboratory in Paris June 23, 2014. Seaweed may not be the first ingredient that springs to mind for top perfume. But certain types of algae are among the obscure ingredients to which perfume-makers are turning to preserve the scent of some fragrances in the face of new EU anti-allergy restrictions. Perfume creators love oak moss for its woody, earthy notes which give it depth and help make the scent last longer. But on the grounds that 1-3 percent of the EU population could be allergic, Brussels is banning two of its core molecules atranol and chloroatranol. Perfume makers will only be allowed to use oak moss from which these two molecules have been removed, turning it into a much lighter, emasculated version. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
PERFUME-REGULATION/
RTR3XEAL
July 07, 2014
Patricia de Nicolai, French perfumer who created the Nicolai perfume brand with her husband 25 years...
Paris, France
Patricia de Nicolai smells perfume ingredients in brand's laboratory in Paris
Patricia de Nicolai, French perfumer who created the Nicolai perfume brand with her husband 25 years ago, smells perfume ingredients in the brand's laboratory in Paris June 23, 2014. Seaweed may not be the first ingredient that springs to mind for top perfume. But certain types of algae are among the obscure ingredients to which perfume-makers are turning to preserve the scent of some fragrances in the face of new EU anti-allergy restrictions. Perfume creators love oak moss for its woody, earthy notes which give it depth and help make the scent last longer. But on the grounds that 1-3 percent of the EU population could be allergic, Brussels is banning two of its core molecules atranol and chloroatranol. Perfume makers will only be allowed to use oak moss from which these two molecules have been removed, turning it into a much lighter, emasculated version. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
PERFUME-REGULATION/
RTR3XEAK
July 07, 2014
Patricia de Nicolai, French perfumer who created the Nicolai perfume brand with her husband 25 years...
Paris, France
Patricia de Nicolai smells perfume ingredients in brand's laboratory in Paris
Patricia de Nicolai, French perfumer who created the Nicolai perfume brand with her husband 25 years ago, smells perfume ingredients in the brand's laboratory in Paris June 23, 2014. Seaweed may not be the first ingredient that springs to mind for top perfume. But certain types of algae are among the obscure ingredients to which perfume-makers are turning to preserve the scent of some fragrances in the face of new EU anti-allergy restrictions. Perfume creators love oak moss for its woody, earthy notes which give it depth and help make the scent last longer. But on the grounds that 1-3 percent of the EU population could be allergic, Brussels is banning two of its core molecules atranol and chloroatranol. Perfume makers will only be allowed to use oak moss from which these two molecules have been removed, turning it into a much lighter, emasculated version. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
PERFUME-REGULATION/
RTR3XEAH
July 07, 2014
Testers and a bottle of perfume ingredients are pictured in the laboratory of the French Nicolai perfume...
Paris, France
Testers and a bottle of perfume ingredients are pictured in the laboratory of the French Nicolai perfume...
Testers and a bottle of perfume ingredients are pictured in the laboratory of the French Nicolai perfume brand in Paris June 23, 2014. Seaweed may not be the first ingredient that springs to mind for top perfume. But certain types of algae are among the obscure ingredients to which perfume-makers are turning to preserve the scent of some fragrances in the face of new EU anti-allergy restrictions. Perfume creators love oak moss for its woody, earthy notes which give it depth and help make the scent last longer. But on the grounds that 1-3 percent of the EU population could be allergic, Brussels is banning two of its core molecules atranol and chloroatranol. Perfume makers will only be allowed to use oak moss from which these two molecules have been removed, turning it into a much lighter, emasculated version. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
PERFUME-REGULATION/
RTR3XEAG
July 07, 2014
Small bottles of oak moss perfume ingredients are pictured in the laboratory of the French Nicolai perfume...
Paris, France
Small bottles of oak moss perfume ingredients are pictured in laboratory of the French Nicolai perfume...
Small bottles of oak moss perfume ingredients are pictured in the laboratory of the French Nicolai perfume brand in Paris June 23, 2014. Seaweed may not be the first ingredient that springs to mind for top perfume. But certain types of algae are among the obscure ingredients to which perfume-makers are turning to preserve the scent of some fragrances in the face of new EU anti-allergy restrictions. Perfume creators love oak moss for its woody, earthy notes which give it depth and help make the scent last longer. But on the grounds that 1-3 percent of the EU population could be allergic, Brussels is banning two of its core molecules atranol and chloroatranol. Perfume makers will only be allowed to use oak moss from which these two molecules have been removed, turning it into a much lighter, emasculated version. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
PERFUME-REGULATION/
RTR3XEAE
July 07, 2014
Patricia de Nicolai, French perfumer who created the Nicolai perfume brand with her husband 25 years...
Paris, France
French Perfumer Patricia de Nicolai smells perfume ingredients in the brand's laboratory in Paris
Patricia de Nicolai, French perfumer who created the Nicolai perfume brand with her husband 25 years ago, smells perfume ingredients in the brand's laboratory in Paris June 23, 2014. Seaweed may not be the first ingredient that springs to mind for top perfume. But certain types of algae are among the obscure ingredients to which perfume-makers are turning to preserve the scent of some fragrances in the face of new EU anti-allergy restrictions. Perfume creators love oak moss for its woody, earthy notes which give it depth and help make the scent last longer. But on the grounds that 1-3 percent of the EU population could be allergic, Brussels is banning two of its core molecules atranol and chloroatranol. Perfume makers will only be allowed to use oak moss from which these two molecules have been removed, turning it into a much lighter, emasculated version. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
SOUTH KOREA/
RTR3NDXC
May 01, 2014
Residents wash seaweed in the sea on a beach on the island of Baengnyeong, which lies on the South Korean...
Baengnyeong, South Korea
Residents wash seaweed in the sea on a beach on the island of Baengnyeong, which lies on the South Korean...
Residents wash seaweed in the sea on a beach on the island of Baengnyeong, which lies on the South Korean side of the Northern Limit Line (NLL) in the Yellow Sea April 13, 2014. Baengnyeong, which is closer to Pyongyang than Seoul, is an isolated and heavily militarized island whose residents live in constant fear of possible clashes between two armies. The beaches of Baengnyeong are often walled with barbed wire fences straddling the sand dunes with intermittent holes for machine gun positions. The Northern Limit Line, a disputed maritime border that wraps itself round a part of the North's coastline, has been the scene of frequent clashes between South and North Korea. The line was drawn up at the end of the 1950-53 Korean War and North Korea does not recognize it. The two sides are still technically at war as the conflict ended in a mere truce, not a treaty. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY SOCIETY POLITICS)
CHINA-BRITAIN/NUCLEAR
RTX14EMJ
October 17, 2013
Seaweed covers rocks in Morecambe Bay outside Heysham nuclear power station in northwest England April...
HEYSHAM, United Kingdom
Seaweed covers rocks in Morecambe Bay outside Heysham nuclear power station in northwest England
Seaweed covers rocks in Morecambe Bay outside Heysham nuclear power station in northwest England April 22, 2013. Chinese companies will be allowed to take stakes in British nuclear projects, British finance minister George Osborne said on October 17, 2013 as Britain pushes ahead with an ambitious target to expand nuclear energy. The announcement comes as talks between the British government and French company EDF Energy on building Hinkley C, Britain's first new nuclear power station, since 1995 approach a conclusion. China General Nuclear Power Group (CGNPG) is poised to join the project. Picture taken April 22, 2013. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)

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FRANCE/
RTX12IIS
August 12, 2013
A bulldozer clears away seaweed during low tide on a beach along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve,...
SAINT MICHEL-EN-GREVE, France
A bulldozer clears away masses of seaweed along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve
A bulldozer clears away seaweed during low tide on a beach along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany, August 12, 2013. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
FRANCE/
RTX12IIJ
August 12, 2013
A tractor clears away seaweed during low tide on a beach along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve,...
SAINT MICHEL-EN-GREVE, France
A tractor clears away seaweed along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve
A tractor clears away seaweed during low tide on a beach along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany, August 12, 2013. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
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