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Images from around the world chosen by the photo desk at the Brandon Sun.

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  • Greg Bartlett dons a pair of battery-powered glasses while awaiting Brandon University convocation exercises at the Healthy Living Centre in May.

    Greg Bartlett dons a pair of battery-powered glasses while awaiting Brandon University convocation exercises at the Healthy Living Centre in May.   (Colin Corneau/Brandon Sun)

  • A boy gives a traditional Thai greeting to the camera before he and his friends take their vows to become full-fledged Buddhist monks at a ceremony in Bangkok in April.

    A boy gives a traditional Thai greeting to the camera before he and his friends take their vows to become full-fledged Buddhist monks at a ceremony in Bangkok in April.   (Colin Corneau/Brandon Sun)

  • Mayor Rick Chrest tries his hand at the new playground structure at Valleyview School in June. The school opened the structure after fundraising by parents contributed $100,000 since 2011.

    Mayor Rick Chrest tries his hand at the new playground structure at Valleyview School in June. The school opened the structure after fundraising by parents contributed $100,000 since 2011.   (Colin Corneau/Brandon Sun)

  • Tiya Patel holds the flag of India at the start of an intercultural show at King George School in March. The fifth annual event featured students of the east end Brandon school showcasing their cultures, including aboriginal, Colombian, Honduran, Indian, Chinese, Ukrainian, Métis, Filipino and Ethiopian.

    Tiya Patel holds the flag of India at the start of an intercultural show at King George School in March. The fifth annual event featured students of the east end Brandon school showcasing their cultures, including aboriginal, Colombian, Honduran, Indian, Chinese, Ukrainian, Métis, Filipino and Ethiopian.   (Colin Corneau/Brandon Sun)

  • A setting afternoon sun casts shadows over blazing autumn leaves at Brandon University in October.

    A setting afternoon sun casts shadows over blazing autumn leaves at Brandon University in October.   (Colin Corneau/Brandon Sun)

  • Ryan John Amyotte checks out some paintings at a yard sale on Douglas Street in May.

    Ryan John Amyotte checks out some paintings at a yard sale on Douglas Street in May.   (Colin Corneau/Brandon Sun)

  • Eva Ogesylk holds her handmade hat in a strong breeze at École New Era School in May. Eva made the custom lid in her art class.

    Eva Ogesylk holds her handmade hat in a strong breeze at École New Era School in May. Eva made the custom lid in her art class.   (Colin Corneau/Brandon Sun)

  • Anya Visser takes a seat while awaiting the start of a dress rehearsal of “Cinderella” at the Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium in November.

    Anya Visser takes a seat while awaiting the start of a dress rehearsal of “Cinderella” at the Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium in November.   (Bruce Bumstead/Brandon Sun)

  • Rihards Bukarts puts on his game face during the Brandon Wheat Kings’ final practice before facing the Kelowna Rockets in the first game of the Western Hockey League final in May.

    Rihards Bukarts puts on his game face during the Brandon Wheat Kings’ final practice before facing the Kelowna Rockets in the first game of the Western Hockey League final in May.   (Colin Corneau/Brandon Sun)

  • Brandon University School of Music associate professor Michael Cain raises the roof as he brings on the BU Jazz Ensemble to the stage in March.

    Brandon University School of Music associate professor Michael Cain raises the roof as he brings on the BU Jazz Ensemble to the stage in March.   (Colin Corneau/Brandon Sun)

  • Samuel Enone holds his new toy rabbit as he makes his way along 11th Street in October. The young Nigerian immigrant picked up the toy with his mother on a shopping trip downtown.

    Samuel Enone holds his new toy rabbit as he makes his way along 11th Street in October. The young Nigerian immigrant picked up the toy with his mother on a shopping trip downtown.   (Colin Corneau/Brandon Sun)

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