Best photos February Esquire
• Best photos of Esquire February
Every month Esquire Editor selects the 10 most interesting photos of the month. In February, a selection - overlapping Bridge in Venezuela, preparing to serve in the Israeli army, snowfall in the United States and super fine picture of the moon collected 50 thousand pictures
The famous Luxor hotel in Las Vegas is known for not only its shape in the form of an Egyptian pyramid, but also the fact that from the roof of a building in the sky sent a powerful beam of light (light source on the roof is one of the most powerful in the world). In this picture, Luxor beam illuminates rare for Nevada snow.
February 9 at the Seattle struck the strongest in 70 years snowfall. That did not stop the locals go for a walk in the Park Gas Works (Gas Works Park). Earlier this place was located the factory gas company Seattle Gas Light Company. After its closure was decided to leave the industrial construction, ennobling and landscaped area of the plant.
Schoolgirls looking at a picture of Vasily Surikov "Morning of the Strelets Execution" in the Tretyakov Gallery, 26 February.
tawny owl hunts at night on mice, Bourne.
Venezuelan armed forces have blocked the bridge Tiendita, which borders with Colombia to prevent the delivery of humanitarian aid from the United States. The readiness to accept assistance, said the politician Juan Guaydo, declared himself acting president. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said it plans a "provocation."
Flowers at the Chanel boutique in Paris in memory of the designer Karl Lagerfeld, who died on February 19 at the age of 85. Lagerfeld has been the creative director of the fashion house since 1982.
The company Space X is preparing to test launch a manned spacecraft Crew Dragon, which in the future will carry astronauts to the ISS. In space it will output a rocket Falcon-9 from their LC-39A launch facility Space Center. Kennedy in Florida.
Two surfers walk past the high school students who are preparing to serve in the Israeli army, training crawl and climb through the sand, Herzliya, February 1st.
The American Andrew McCarthy made 50,000 images of the moon and gathered them together into a single picture with a resolution of 81 megapixels.
Rami Malek opens a bottle of champagne, marking the first "Oscar" in his career. He was awarded as the best actor for the role of Freddie Mercury in a film "Bohemian Rhapsody." Los Angeles, February 24.