An airborne with jetpack flier in Key West, FL, fans celebrate the premiere of <i>Transformers: Dark Side of The Moon</i>, thousands celebrate same-sex marriage in New York City and more.
Fans attend the premiere of <i>Transformers: Dark Side of The Moon</i> in New York City's Times Square on June 28, 2011.
Marchers carry balloons down 5th Ave during the 2011 NYC LGBT Pride March on the streets of Manhattan. Thousands of revelers had reason to celebrate since New York state legislators approved a bill legalizing same-sex marriage, which Governor Cuomo signed in to law on Friday, June 24, 2011.
A motocross rider participates in the Rocket Ride race during Erzberg Rodeo near the village of Eisenerz in the Austrian province of Styria. Erzberg Rodeo is one of the biggest Enduro races in the world.
Men compete in the 5,000 meter run final on day 2 of the USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships at the Hayward Field in Eugene, OR.
An artist walks in front of a sand sculpture before the official opening of the International Sand Sculptures Festival in the Black Sea coastal town of Burgas, east from Sofia, Bulgaria.
A rider rears up on his horse surrounded by a crowd in downtown Ciutadella, in the Spanish Balearic Island of Menorca, during traditional Fiesta of San Joan (Saint John). The riders of the horses are the representatives of ancient Ciutadella society - nobility, clergy, craftsmen and farmers.
Scott Oosting (L) and Dave Tuxbury (R) go airborne with jetpacks providing human flight experiences in Key West, FL. The flight apparatus is tethered by a 30-foot hose dragging a tiny boat with a pump that uses seawater as propellant. During training, the instructor remotely operates the vehicle, but as the participant becomes more proficient, he gains more control.
An Emperor Penguin stands on a beach on Kapiti coast. The bird's arrival, the second ever recorded according to New Zealand's Department of Conservation, has caught the public's attention as Emperor Penguins usually live in Antarctica.
Children play in a paddy field during the Asar Pandhra Festival in Bhaktapur. Farmers in Nepal celebrate the festival to mark the commencement of rice crop planting.