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gettyimages Police officers holds roses on Westminster Bridge during a vigil to remember the victims of last week's Westminster terrorist attack in London, England. Faith Leaders head up a vigil including members of the public and police officers on Westminster Bridge exactly one week after Khalid Masood ploughed a hired car into people crossing Westminster Bridge, killing three. Masood gained entry to the grounds of the Houses of Parliament stabbing PC Keith Palmer to death before he was shot dead by armed police | March 29, 2017 | 📷: @dkitwood #GettyImagesNews
gettyimages Photographers @carl_court and @thetabascokid captured these road signs around central London that have names associated with the Brexit Process. British Prime Minister Theresa May has triggered Article 50 which formally begins the process of the UK leaving the EU. 📷: Edited by @indieboy #GettyImagesNews #brexit
gettyimages Congratulations to the winners at the UK Picture Editor's Guild Awards. _ Getty Images photographer Jeff Mitchell (@mitchelljeff) was named Press Photographer of the Year, the second time he has been awarded the top honour. Jeff also scooped News Photographer of the Year and Photo Essay of the Year. Other Getty Images photographers to be honoured included Justin Setterfield as Sports Photographer of the Year, @chrisjacksongetty as Royal Photographer of the Year, @garethcattermole as Entertainment Photographer of the Year and @lolgriffiths was crowned Videographer of the Year. | March 28, 2017 | #GettyImagesNews
gettyimages "I was assigned to go out and provide coverage about how Townsville is preparing for Tropical Cyclone Debbie here in North Queensland, #Australia. Cyclones can provide some unique weather patterns, both good and bad. Fortunately on this day it provided an exceptional sunset. I like this photo because the palm trees on the left hand side create a tropical setting with the deep colors of red, yellow and orange in the sky which is such a contrast to the destruction a cyclone can cause." - @hitchy38 | March 27, 2017 | #GettyImagesNews
gettyimages The Aurora Australis, or 'Southern Lights' light up over the Mersey River in Devonport Devonport, Australia. Aurora Australis, also known as the Southern Lights, happens when the sun releases a massive burst of solar wind and magnetic fields into space. These solar winds carry particles which interact with earth's magnetic field, colliding to produce energy releases in the form of auroras | March 27, 2017 | 📷: Heath Holden #GettyImagesNews
gettyimages “On the way to the southern peninsula of Iceland you drive past a constantly changing landscape with rocky volcanic plains, Icelandic horses and volcanos. You then come across the Seljalandsfoss waterfall near Asolfsskali which must be one of the most impressive in Iceland. There are so many stunning waterfalls in the country that after a while you find yourself getting complacent and having to pick and choose which ones to look at or you would spend your whole time there staring at water falling over volcanic cliff tops - not that that’s a bad thing.” Iceland's economy has been booming, after an economic crash and collapse of its banking system in 2008, gross domestic produce has surged in recent years helped by floods of tourists visiting the country. Data from the Icelandic statistics office has shown that Iceland's GDP jumped 11.3 per cent in the final quarter of 2016 from the same period a year before, the fastest pace of growth since before the financial crisis. - @cjratcliffeph0t0 | March 27, 2017 | #GettyImagesNews
gettyimages Follow along with our ➡️ #InstagramStory today and check out the inspiring work of @GettyImages' photographer of the month, Brook Pifer (@Brookpifer) for some #MondayMotivation. _ "I don't want my photos to feel posed or contrived. I want them to feel authentic. When I go into a project, I shoot from the heart." - @BrookPifer | @GettyImagesCreative | #GettyCreative