This Halloweek we had surfers competing in costume, an Evil Spirits Parade and a "Frankenstorm" hit the East Coast.
Children dress up in silly costumes for celebrations honoring San Jeronimo, patron saint of the city of Masaya. They join in a dance, “El Torovenadao del pueblo,” which makes fun of Spanish conquistadors.
Greenpeace activists rally outside of congress in Valparaiso city, against a new fishing law that may lead to the over-exploitation of marine resources by fishing companies along the coast of Chile.
A couple in costumes and creepily-realistic gory makeup participated in the “Evil Spirits Parade” flash mob in Krasnoyarsk, Russia on Halloween.
A man walks along the beach during the ZJ Boarding House Halloween surf contest in Santa Monica, CA.
Jockeys in Thailand compete during Chonburi’s annual buffalo race. The event also celebrates the rice harvest, dating back to the buffalo trade.
San Francisco Giants fans celebrate after the baseball team won the MLB World Series against the Detroit Tigers.
St. Andrews University students in Scotland spray foam at each other for Raisin Monday. The tradition goes back to the early days of the school when new students would give seniors one pound of raisins in thanks for the senior’s help. Failure to do so would result in a dousing in the local fountain -- now replaced by a dousing with foam.
Children play along the South Bank in London, trying to catch a giant bubble.
A young woman must paddle-board down a flooded street in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in Bethany Beach, DE. The hurricane left millions of people on the East Coast with massive power outages and epic flooding.
A professional bodybuilding competition in Prague brings Edward Nunn of the US to compete and flex his muscles.
After Hurricane Sandy, floodwaters recede to reveal yellow cabs in Hoboken, NJ.
A British trader inspects a diamond in the trading room of the Israel Diamond Exchange near Tel Aviv. Israel is the largest exporter of polished diamonds to the US.