After a long break I start again with The week through the water presenting you just a bunch of photograph from Reuters desribing the last seven days with images somehow related to water:
A tourist uses his binoculars at Bagdad beach, some 38 km (23.6 miles) from the border city of Matamoros, prior to predicted arrival of Tropical storm Dolly July 21, 2008. Tropical Storm Dolly churned toward southern Texas on Monday, and forecasters said they expected it to grow into a hurricane before hitting land near the Mexican border later this week.
A man tries to extinguish a fire at an industrial packaging company in Lagos, Nigeria, July 22, 2008.
The National Olympic Stadium, also known as the Bird's Nest, is lit by coloured lights at the Olympic Green in Beijing July 23, 2008.
Strong winds caused by Hurricane Dolly strike palm trees and cars in Matamoros July 23, 2008.
Center court is seen photographed through a window covered in water droplets during a rain delay at the Rogers Cup tennis tournament in Toronto, July 23, 2008.
A family make their way on a flooded street during a rainstorm in Lianyungang, Jiangsu province July 23, 2008.
Anthony Tashnick of the U.S. gets airborne during the 2008 Big Wave Africa surfing event held at Dungeons Reef off Cape Town's Hout Bay, July 26, 2008. The event features 24 international and local big wave surfers taking on the reef's 7 metre swells. South Africa's Twiggy Baker won the event. (SOUTH AFRICA)
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