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The week in photos: Hush

This is the week that was, in photos…

THIS IS THE week that was, in photos…

The week in photos: Hush
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  • Head in the feathers

    A flamingo nestles into its own feathers in the snow at London Zoo. Image: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire
  • No need for words

    The Chinese will say it with... apples... this Valentine's weekend - the Chinese characters on the fruit mean "I Love You". Image: ChinaFotoPress/PA Images
  • Don't disturb the bear

    A polar bear in Prague Zoo in the Czech Republic finds a place for relaxation in the freezing cold. Image: CTK Photo/Katerina Sulova/PA Images
  • Say it with flowers

    Kacey Gray, aged 3, holds a bunch of daffodils in St Stephen's Green, Dublin to celebrate the 25th birthday of the Irish Cancer Society's Daffodil Day. Image: Julien Behal/PA Wire
  • Muffled water

    Walker Mark Proud looks at the mostly-frozen waterfall at Gibson's Cave at Bowlees, Middleton-in-Teesdale, England. Image: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire
  • Flavour cloud = no crunching

    Marlena Staegar with 'Le Whaf' - a generator of clouds of flavour at the EDIBLE exhibition in Science Gallery, Dublin. Image: Julien Behal/PA Wire
  • No-one can hear you scream*

    (*They're not really dangerous.) Aquarists at The Sea Life London Aquarium hold a tea party in the Pacific Reef Display shark tank to challenge the perception of them as monsters of the sea. Image: Lewis Whyld/PA Wire
  • The quietest jump

    Trying to make a noise on the Millennium bridge next to St Paul's cathedral in London this week. Image: Jeff Moore/Empics Entertainment/PA Images
  • Can she hear me?

    National Museum of Scotland staff member Henrietta Lidchi with one of the new Egyptian mummies on display in Edinburgh. Image: David Cheskin/PA Wire
  • The strong, silent type

    Des Kelly's shop bore a message from a lovelorn Good Samaritan this week... Image: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland (hat-tip to reader Daniel Dudek who also sent us a pic of the banner)

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