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During the recession and looking for work she began sketching birds on the inside of books, seeing the practice as a creative way to mutate the pages into something fresh. Bluebird drawing on an AT&T bill. (Photo by Paula Swisher/Caters News)

“Artist Paula Swisher has come up with a quirky way of lessening the stress of household bills - by doodling highly intricate birds on each one. Swisher, 37, has drawn hundreds of birds in her lifetime and puts her love of ornithology down to the nature walks she went on as a youngster. Looking for work during the recession, she began sketching birds on the inside of books, seeing the practice as a creative way to mutate the pages into something fresh. But now she's made the transition from books to bills – while admittedly making a playful commentary on the predatory banking businesses”. – Caters News. (Photo by Paula Swisher/Caters News)
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02 May 2014 11:36:00


Corporal of Horse Andy Radford prepares to mount his horse in the parade square at Hyde Park Barracks on April 15, 2011 in London, England. Members of the Household Cavalry gave a behind the scenes tour of many of the duties performed as part of their daily routine, including special preparation ahead of the forthcoming Royal Wedding. The Household Cavalry will perform several ceremonial duties during the summer, including the Royal Wedding on April 29, and the Queen's Birthday Parade (Trooping the Colour) in June. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
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16 Apr 2011 08:09:00


Student, Shoukria positions a stone for cutting at the Turquoise Mountain Gem cutting class on May 18, 2011, in Kabul, Afghanistan. The mineral resources of Afghanistan are relatively unexplored even with Afghanistan's mineral wealth of coal, copper, gold and iron ore, with precious and semiprecious stones, including high-quality emerald, lapis lazuli, red garnet and ruby. Given the country's remote and rugged terrain, on-going instability plus an inadequate infrastructure and transportation means that mining is still difficult. While many are trying to bring positive changes, Afghanistan's mining industry uses unregulated, primitive methods and outdated equipment. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
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22 May 2011 09:11:00
A farrier attaches a horse shoe still hot from the furnace at The Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment (HCMR) at Hyde Park Barracks

A farrier attaches a horse shoe still hot from the furnace at The Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment (HCMR) at Hyde Park Barracks on March 28, 2012 in London, England. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)
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29 Mar 2012 11:09:00
The Household Cavalry Prepare At Floors Castle Ahead Of Massed Pipe Bands Day

Lance Corpral Johnnie Miller of the Household Cavalry rehearses at Floors Castle in preparation for massed Pipe Band day on August 26, 2011 in Kelso, Scotland. The event, being held on August 28, will feature the first Scottish performance of the Household Cavalry's Musical ride in over 10 years. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
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27 Aug 2011 14:31:00


In modern Russia there are no free elections, therefore the political elite is almost constant.

Photo: Valentina Matvienko, Mayor of St. Petersburg, attends the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) on June 17, 2011 in St. Petersburg, Russia. Global business leaders have gathered in Russia for the three-day conference. (Photo by Alexander Aleshkin/Epsilon/Getty Images)
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18 Jun 2011 10:17:00


Lance Sergent Martin Mitchell (R) pins medals to Coldstream Guardsman Martin Hughes in the Tailor Shop in Wellington Barracks on April 20, 2011 in London, England. Soldiers involved in the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton are preparing their ceremonial duties ahead of the day. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)
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21 Apr 2011 10:47:00
A flock of sheep and goats is led by shepherds to pastures at a mountain village on the outskirts of Sana'a, Yemen, 27 July 2023. At least eight million sheep and goats from about 470,000 pastoralist and agro pastoralist households across Yemen will be treated and vaccinated over the two years 2023 and 2024, in an effort to reduce livestock losses, improve production efficiency, and household income generation amid an acute food insecurity, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has reported. Livestock production in Yemen is a main income-generating activity for many rural and poor households. Yemen remains one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world with over 17 million people out of its 30-million population are food insecure due to a combination of prolonged conflicts and economic crisis. (Photo by Yahya Arhab/EPA)

A flock of sheep and goats is led by shepherds to pastures at a mountain village on the outskirts of Sana'a, Yemen, 27 July 2023. At least eight million sheep and goats from about 470,000 pastoralist and agro pastoralist households across Yemen will be treated and vaccinated over the two years 2023 and 2024, in an effort to reduce livestock losses, improve production efficiency, and household income generation amid an acute food insecurity, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has reported. (Photo by Yahya Arhab/EPA)
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01 Aug 2023 03:44:00