The Tatuaje International Tattoo Expo, China's Tomb-Sweeping Day, DC's National Cherry Blossom Festival and more.
A person prays in front of a gravestone as people across China pay their respects to friends and relatives 2 days before Tomb-Sweeping Day at Shimenfeng Cemetery in Wuhan, Hubei province of China. Chinese people commemorate the deceased in a tradition stretching back millennia known as the Qingming Festival or Tomb-Sweeping Day.
A child looks at Spanish-Venezuelan piercing and body modification artist Emilio Gonzalez at the Tatuaje International Tattoo Expo in Monterrey.
A Hindu holy man worships the sun god Surya after taking a dip in the waters of the holy river Ganges during the Navratri festival in the northern Indian city of Allahabad.
Runners start near the Washington Monument as they take part in the Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run during the National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, DC.
Fighters battle in Manhattan's Union Square during a massive pillow fight. Over 130 cities worldwide participated in the annual International Pillow Fight Day.
Stacy Lewis (second from left), caddie Travis Wilson (L), sister Janet Lewis (C), mother Carol Lewis (second from right) and father Dale Lewis take the traditional jump into the pond after Lewis won the Kraft Nabisco Championship during the final round at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, CA.
A goose wearing an identification card around its neck walks down a hutong (small alley) next to its owner in central Beijing. The goose is a regular sight in the alley as it goes for a walk each morning with its owner who adopted the stray goose a few years ago.
Prince Harry (L) and Martin Hewitt depart for the airport to load their kit before the flight to the Borneo Ice field in Spitsbergen, Norway. Harry is training before joining the group of wounded servicemen, for the first 5 days, trekking to the North Pole to raise money for the charity Walking With The Wounded of which he is patron.
Mitch Larkin of Australia races in the finals of the Men's 200 Meter Individual Medley during day 3 of the 2011 Australian Swimming Championships at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Center in Sydney.
Maya Callaham, 7, practices her curtsey in front of a cutout of Prince William and Kate Middleton as she takes part in a Princess Prep training class to learn how to be a princess in London. A dozen girls aged 7- to 11 learned skills for an afternoon on poise, grooming tips, tea party etiquette and how to curtsey. Princess Prep is based in the US and is marketing 7 'day-courses for girls to travel to Britain to study subjects such as the Royal family, etiquette and horse riding.
Boats, pedalos and a rower are seen on Lake Zurich on an unusually warm spring afternoon.
A cave explorer makes his way through a steel tube during an annual international competition for speleologists in Raubichi, east of Minsk. The competition requires competitors to practice various skills needed when exploring caves.
The Connecticut Huskies react after defeating the Butler Bulldogs to win the National Championship Game of the 2011 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament by a score of 53-41 at Reliant Stadium in Houston, TX.
News photographers, at the National Transportation Safety Board headquarters in Washington, DC, snap pictures of the fuselage skin that was torn from a Southwest Boeing 737-300 aircraft. The 15-year-old Southwest aircraft was on its way from Phoenix to Sacramento and had to make an emergency landing when the accident happened on Friday, April 1, 2011.
Arnold Palmer hits the ceremonial first tee shot to start the first round of the 2011 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, GA.