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Thania Sayne of Effingham, Ill., collapses against the grave of her husband, Army Sgt. Timothy D. Sayne, during the playing of taps at a nearby burial service at Arlington National Cemetery, in Arlington, Va., Oct. 16, 2013, a day before what would have been their third wedding anniversary. Photograph by Manuel Balce Ceneta—AP. To see more Pictures of the Week, visit lightbox.time.com

This place is magic ✨

In a new series, we let local Instagrammers show you their favorite places to shoot in their city. Here, London's @chaiwalla takes us around his favorite haunts in the East end of the city: "Victoria Park is a beautiful and tranquil escape from the bustle of the city. The greatest thing about paying regular visits here is that you get to capture the seasons changing—vibrant orange colours in autumn, blooming flowers in spring and clean white snow in a vast expanse in winter. If you're very lucky, you may find atmospheric thick fog! Columbia Road with its cobbled streets, decorative and colourful front doors, twee shop façades and its lively flower market make this place an absolute must visit if you're out and about on a Sunday." To see more photos and videos from London's Victoria Park tap the blue location text above. You can find more photos and videos from @chaiwalla's favorite places to shoot in London on blog.instagram.com. Photo by @chaiwalla

2002: Christmas. "An adorable dachshund." Photograph by Mary Ellen Mark. For more photographs from Mary Ellen Mark's Legendary Canine Christmas Parties, visit lightbox.time.com. #photo #maryellenmark #dachshund #christmas

Sunset.

Inspired by their father's passion for living life to the fullest, brothers Daniel Taipale (@dansmoe) and Samuel Taipale (@eljackson) often adventure together, both traveling abroad or sharing serene and stunning views from their home in Finland. For the two, sibling rivalry often gives way to a gentleman's code of honor when it comes to taking photos from the same spot. "We are very similar when it comes to exploring and photography," Daniel explains. "We travel a lot together and the photos we share are often the result of our combined effort and teamwork, thus following both our feeds complements the story of the #taipalebrothers." The two shed light onto the dark and wintry world of Finland—and they hope to encourage others to go out exploring through their own creative and energetic work. "By looking at our photos, people will see that there are only two seasons in Finland

In the second of a two-part series of local guides to San Francisco, the city's very own fog (@karlthefog) shows you the best spots to photograph him. To get below the fog, Karl suggests heading to Mt. Davidson, the tallest peak in the city and home of #thatsftree: "What makes Mt. Davidson special is the landscapes: small narrow paths covered by trees that open to fields with panoramic views of the city. Go on a foggy morning and capture the way the paths disappear in my cloudy presence." You can also get above the fog by driving along the scenic Panorama Highway to Mt. Tam. As he explains, "This place has everything: extremely windy roads, dense forests and spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, California coast and the entire Bay Area. Check the weather report before you go and plan your trip on a foggy day. Time your trip around dusk to watch the sun set over me." Still want more fog? Immerse yourself in it with a trip to Point Reyes, "a giant cape located 30 miles (48 kilometers) northwest of San Francisco." Aside from the famous Point Reyes Lighthouse, it’s also home to “vast countryside, farms, lakes, beaches and incredible views. Even the hike to get to the lighthouse is filled with several photo opportunities: steep cliffs, paths covered by trees and staircases that disappear into the horizon. It manages to make an ordinary road look simultaneously daunting and magical." Tap the blue location text above to see more photos and videos from Mt. Davidson. For more from the San Francisco's very own fog, follow @karlthefog. Photo by @karlthefog