South Korean tourists take pictures in front of the Blue Mosque; English lop-eared rabbits attend the annual Rabbit Grand National show and more.
South Korean tourists pose for a photo in front of the Ottoman-era Sultanahmet Mosque, also known as the Blue Mosque, in Istanbul.
English lop-eared rabbits have their ears measured in Harrogate, England. Approximately 3,000 animals attend the annual Rabbit Grand National show, which runs over 2 days and was first held in 1921.
Fans watch as players from the New England Patriots answer questions from the media during Media Day, ahead of Super Bowl XLVI. New England and the New York Giants go head-to-head on game day: Sunday, Feb. 5, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
Mark McMorris of Canada soars over the Winter X feature as he practices for the men's snowboard slopestyle finals during Winter X Games 2012 at Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen, CO.
Competitors tackle a rope bridge during the Tough Guy Challenge endurance race in Telford, England. Every year thousands of people run the 8-mile assault course, which involves freezing temperatures, fire and ice.
King Penguins walk in Ski Dubai at Mall of the Emirates during a media briefing. Dubai's indoor mountain-themed ski park, chilled to a constant -1 degree Celsius to -2 degrees Celsius and covered with snow, welcomed 5 Gentoo and 5 King penguins from SeaWorld San Antonio. The colony of penguins were born and bred in captivity, and will be one of the main attractions at Ski Dubai.
A man walks past ominous graffiti on a wall in an Athens neighborhood.
A model walks the runway during the Safilo Fashion Show at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Pavilion in Stockholm.
Workers pick out roses in preparation for the upcoming Valentine's Day, at a farm in Chia, Colombia. A troubled global economy and bad weather have some growers in the country worried about this year's crop. Colombia exports 450 million flowers for Valentine's Day, and flower farmers say that day alone accounts for 12% of their annual income.
A gallery assistant in Sotheby's London auction house admires a sculpture by Henry Moore titled "Three-Piece Reclining Figure No.2: Bridge Prop.". The artwork features in Sotheby's "Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale" on Feb. 8, and is expected to fetch nearly $4 million.
(L-R) Actresses Aubrey Anderson-Emmons, Julie Bowen, Sarah Hyland and Sofia Vergara pose in the press room with their Outstanding Performance by An Ensemble in a Comedy Series award for <i>Modern Family</i>, during the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild awards at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.