Five Frames: Best photos of the week


BOSTON — From GlobalPost's editors, a selection of the best pictures of the week.

Turkey-Armenia, genocide

A man works at an orchard in Vakifli, Turkey, the country's last surviving Armenian village. Read about how, as Armenians stop to reflect on Ottoman-era mass killings today, a survivor quietly moves on. (Nichole Sobecki/GlobalPost)

Tibet monks, sandstorm, earthquake

Tibetan monks walk amid sandstorms as they attend a mass prayer for the earthquake victims in the quake-hit Gyegu town of Yushu county, Qinghai province, April 19, 2010. (Kevin Zhao/Reuters)

Cycling race

Riders lay on the ground after falling during the Fleche Wallonne cycling race in Huy, Belgium, April 21, 2010. (Francois Lenoir/Reuters)

Dolls air, art axhibit

Hundreds of meters of dolls' hair cascades from the window of the Riflemaker gallery, part of an installation by French/Algerian artist Alice Anderson in London, April 16, 2010. The exhibition "Time Reversal" explores childhood memory and how time shapes those memories. (Luke MacGregor/Reuters)

China, airport scanners

A salesman, manning an exhibit of X-ray equipment, sleeps next to an image of a man with weapons attached to his body at the China International Exhibition on Police Equipment in Beijing, April 21, 2010. (David Gray/Reuters)

This week's cute animal bonus:

Iceland volcano, ash cloud

Farmer Thorarinn Olafsson tries to lure his horse back to the stable as a cloud of black ash looms overhead in Drangshlid 2 at Eyjafjoll, April 17, 2010. The massive flight cancellations across Europe caused millions of tulips and other flowers to be tossed in the trash. (Ingolfur Juliusson/Reuters)