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November 20, 2008
Scenic images from around the world
Here is a collection of pictorial images from around the country and the world made by photographers from newspapers and the Associated Press during the last month. They capture sunsets and moonrises, mountains and streams, snow and rain, and a few cows. (18 images) 

An ice-covered fence frames three beef cows on a pasture, Friday, Nov. 7, near Niagara, N.D., Friday, after the first storm of the season moved through. The Grand Forks Herald / Eric Hylden

An Amish buggy travels along state highway 339 near Wingo, Ky., Friday, Nov 14. A group of seven Amish men were in Graves County District Court for a jury trial from charges stemming from not displaying a slow moving vehicle sign on their buggies. The Paducah Sun / Stephen Lance Dennee

An ant walks across a leaf avoiding droplets of rain water in a parking lot in Roseburg, Ore., on Monday, Oct. 20. The News-Review / Robin Loznak

People take a walk through vineyards near the village Hessigheim at the Neckar river, Germany, Monday, Oct. 20. AP / Thomas Kienzle

A man jogs in front of a sunset sky in Bayreuth, southern Germany, early Friday evening, Nov. 14. AP / Julia Kellner

The sky over the Nile behind the Cairo Tower is lit up red at sunset in Cairo, Egypt, Wednesday, Nov. 19. AP / Ben Curtis

Juan Saballos walks down the ramp of the Garfield Street footbridge in Laramie, Wyo. while the sunsets behind him on Tuesday, Nov. 18. Laramie Boomerang / Ben Woloszyn

UN soldiers, are seen in silhouettes in the sunset, as they stand outside the U.N. compound during a meeting with Cypriot President Dimitris Christofias and Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat at the U.N. buffer zone in the divided capital of Nicosia, Cyprus, Tuesday, Nov. 11. Cyprus' rival community leaders held a new meeting Tuesday to nudge forward slow-moving talks to reunify the war-divided island. Greek Cypriot President Dimitris Christofias and Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat have met another seven times since they restarted peace talks in September after four years of stalemate. AP / Petros Karadjias

The sun breaks through blustery Fall clouds over a farm in Troy Twp., Ohio on Tuesday morning, Oct. 21. AP / Amy Sancetta

Hikers are backdropped by the Hochkalter mountain near Loipl, southern Germany, Monday, Oct. 20, as they stand next to a field cross, a sign of the piety of the mountain people. AP / Diether Endlicher

The decreasing moon settles behind the snow covered Pizalun mountain (1478 meters above sea level) near Mastrils in the Swiss canton of Grison, Switzerland, on Saturday morning, Nov. 15. AP / Keystone / Arno Balzarini

Antennas are silhouetted against the rising moon in Bucharest, Romania, late Sunday, Oct. 19. AP / Vadim Ghirda

The moon shines behind the colorfully illuminated Berlin TV Tower during the "Festival of Lights" late Thursday, Oct. 16, 2008. During the festival that lasts until Oct. 26, about 50 buildings in the German capital are illuminated by light artists during the night. AP / Sven Kaestner

A farmer harvests corn as the moon rises near Mason City, Iowa, on Wednesday, Oct. 15. The Globe Gazette / Arian Schuessler

Anne Matthews, left, and Betty Solley set out on the Schuylkill River during a foggy afternoon in Philadelphia, Friday, Nov. 14. AP / Matt Rourke

A couple walks dogs along Middle Beach in Tofino, B.C., Canada, on Thursday, Nov. 13. The Canadian Press / Darryl Dyck

A Belarus women walks among the trees in a town park during the first snowy day in Minsk, Belarus, Wednesday, Nov. 19. AP / Sergei Grits

A woman waits to cross South Broad Street on a foggy evening in Philadelphia, Friday, Nov. 14. AP / Matt Rourke

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