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Starting on October 5th, hot air balloon enthusiasts from around the globe descended upon New Mexico to kick off the nine-day Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. The gathering draws 750 balloons and up to 100,000 daily spectators, making it the largest hot air balloon festival in the world. Explore more photos from this year's balloon fiesta—from the unique "special shape" balloons to the evening balloon glows—by browsing the #balloonfiesta hashtag and tapping the blue location link above! Photo by @chelcar.


In the Arashiyama district of Kyoto, Japan, is the jaw-dropping Sagano Bamboo Grove. The forest was the setting of Japanese novelist and poet Lady Murasaki Shikibu's acclaimed novel, “The Tale of Genji.” There is a walking path that cuts through the bamboo grove and makes for a photogenic trek as light filters through the stalks. The bamboo in the grove is still used to manufacture cups, boxes, baskets and mats in the area. To view more photos and videos of the bamboo forest, be sure to tap the blue location text above. Photo by @yoonski21

It's not an accident that three of the five fastest growing cities are in Texas. Our new issue—on newsstands now—explores why the Lone Star state is America's destiny. Photo-illustration by Sarah Illenberger for TIME #TIMEMagazine #MagazineCovers

A mosaic image—created from 12 images obtained by NASA's Cassini spacecraft footprints with red, blue and green filters—looking down on Saturn and its rings. Photograph by NASA (@nasa). To see more Pictures of the Week, visit lightbox.time.com

About 29 kilometers (18 miles) south of the Laos city of Luang Prabang sits a majestic, three-tiered wall of water called the Kuang Si falls. After cascading down the tiered 200

The Azadi Tower (برج آزادی) sits at the west entrance to Tehran, Iran, and is the city's most iconic structure. Composed of eight thousand blocks of white marble stone quarried in the Esfahan region, the tower's construction was financed by a group of five hundred Iranian industrialists. Construction finished in 1971 to commemorate the 2,500th anniversary of the Persian Empire. Originally the structure was named Shahyad Tower (شهیاد آریامهر), meaning "Kings' Memorial," but was dubbed Azadi or "Freedom" (برج آزادی) after the Iranian Revolution of 1979. The tower sits in the middle of Tehran's famous Azadi Square, the site of many of the demonstrations leading up to the Iranian Revolution on 12 December 1979. With the rich history that surrounds it, the Azadi Tower is part of a greater cultural complex including a museum underneath the structure. For more photos and videos from the Azadi Tower and Square, tap the blue location text above. Photo by @dmcruz

In the mountainous southeastern region of Turkey, one peak stands out above the rest. Nemrut Dağı, or Mount Nemrut, ascends over 7,000 feet (2,130 meters) into the sky, and at its peak explorers will find the scattered stone heads of what are thought to be ancient gods. After the fall of the Seleucid Empire in 190 BCE, a host of successors emerged throughout the region surrounding the Taurus mountains. One such successor state, Commagene, ruled over many diverse cultures and religions. Their leader, Antiochus I, brought these beliefs together into a single imperial cult. The monuments at the top of Mount Nemrut depict the various gods in a blend of regional artistic styles and are thought to have adorned the still-undiscovered tomb of Antiochus I. For more photos and videos from Mount Nemrut, tap the blue location text above. Photo by @amielane

Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, arrive with their son Prince George of Cambridge at Chapel Royal in St James's Palace in central London on October 23, 2013, ahead of the christening of the three month-old prince. Photograph by John Stillwell—AFP/Getty Images (@gettyimages)


Blake Aldridge dives at the Viking Caves in the Andaman Sea during competition at the 2013 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series on October 24, 2013 at Phi Phi Island, Thailand. Photograph by Dean Treml—Red Bull/Getty Images (@gettyimages). To see more Pictures of the Week, visit lightbox.time.com

Wind Turbines near Twistringen, Germany.

No photographers were harmed in the making of this image! Taken with the @sony #QX100 (mounted on a GorillaPod) from a safe distance of 15 feet away, fired remotely with my iPhone 5S. #TheQ

This photo was taken exactly one year ago today, October 29, 2012, as Hurricane Sandy flooded the streets of Milford, Conn. Photograph by Stephen Wilkes for TIME (@stephenwilkes). #HurricaneSandy

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