Some pictures just need more explaining than others.
While covering the week's news these are a few that we came across.
Like this sci-fi looking thing. Shouldn't those folks be running away instead of snapping photos?
A murmuration of starlings
A flock of starlings is seen as they perform their traditional dance at sunset near the southern Arab Israeli city of Rahat, in the northern Negev desert, February 2, 2015.
Is this the red part of the town dump?
Are those broken snow shovels?
Goodbye Candlestick Park
A pile of stadium seats sits on the field inside Candlestick Park in San Francisco, California, February 4, 2015.
The demolition of Candlestick Park, the former home of the San Francisco Giants and San Francisco 49ers, is underway and is expected to take three months to complete. A development with a mall and housing is planned for the site.
Do I want to know what this helps?
On the hunt
"Falcon Power" is used to rub onto meat and lures to train falcons for hunting and sport.
Here, a man drives back from a kill with his falcon in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, February 3, 2015.
Traditionally a way of obtaining food, falconry today has become more of a national sport and a rite of passage for many young Emirati men, who take their time to train their falcons, developing a relationship and deep bond with the birds.
People will take a selfie anywhere
Hands on app training?
With the Prime Minister
British Prime Minister David Cameron, right, poses for a selfie photograph with an apprentice during a visit to the Spooner engineering works in Ilkley, United Kingdom, February 5, 2015.
Did someone lose a balloon?
Who lost their balloon?
That's one big balloon.
A Humvee with a makeshift slingshot used to remove snow and ice from an aerostat is seen at the Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland, February 4, 2015.
The Joint Land Attack Cruise Missile Defense Elevated Netted Sensor System (JLENS) uses traditional technologies like radar while overcoming limitations by deploying the sensors in the air using a pair of tethered blimps.
Face-making summer camp?
Neck stretching aerobics?
Do the Haka
Members of the Waka (traditional canoe) paddle to the beach at Te Tii Waitangi Marae in Paihia, New Zealand, February 6, 2014. Upon reaching the beach they performed the Haka, a traditional dance.
The Waitangi Day national holiday celebrates the signing of the treaty of Waitangi on February 6, 1840 by Maori chiefs and the British Crown, that granted the Maori people the rights of British Citizens and ownership of their lands and other properties in Paihia, New Zealand, February 6, 2015.
Flame throwing truck bed?
Do low clearances get scorched?
Don't park it in the garage like that.
Flared natural gas is burned off at Apache Corporations operations at the Deadwood natural gas plant in the Permian Basin in Garden City, Texas, February 5, 2015.
Apache sends an estimated 50-52 million cubic feet of natural gas to this plant per day. As crude oil prices have fallen nearly 60 percent globally, American communities dependent on oil revenue prepare for hard times. Texas, which benefited from hydraulic fracturing and the shale drilling revolution, tripled its production of oil in the last five years. The Texan economy saw hundreds of billions of dollars come into the state before the global plunge in prices.
Across the state drilling budgets are being slashed and companies are notifying workers of upcoming layoffs. According to federal labor statistics, around 300,000 people work in the Texas oil and gas industry, 50 percent more than four years ago.
Rebuilding a toucan mask?
Preparing a new muppet?
Toucan first aid
Veterinarian Carmen Soto performs first aid on a toucan that lost the upper half of his beak after being attacked, February 4, 2015.
Though such attacks are not uncommon in Latin America, the animals can now count on a new friend--social networks-- to defend them.
Chasing Frankenstein's monster?
Is the castle about to be stormed?
Are they learning the Haka too?
Oto Fire Festival
Men (Noboriko) light sacred torches during the Oto Fire Festival at the Kumano Hayatama Taisha Shrine in Shingu, Japan, February 6, 2015.
The male-only festival celebrates the close of winter and sees nearly 2,000 men run down the 538 steep stone steps from the mountain shrine. The day begins at dusk with Noboriko preparing themselves by bathing in saltwater during a purifying ceremony on a beach in Oiigahama. Throughout the day white colored foods are eaten and sweet white sake is enjoyed before participants get dressed in the all-white traditional clothes specially worn for the ceremony.