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A decorated garden gnome designed by Elton John, right, is on display at the Chelsea Flower Show in London. The show opens to the public on Tuesday.
The funnel of a tornadic thunderstorm almost touches the ground near South Haven, Kansas, on Sunday.
A Burrowing owl tries to perch on a protective rope in a public park in Cooper City, Florida, as rain falls Monday.
(J Pat Carter/AP)
Devotees are showered with perfumed water during the end of the Urs festival, at the shrine of Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti in Ajmer, India.
A Sri Lankan vegetable seller pushes a bicycle as it rains in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Senator Mike Duffy arrives at the Ottawa Airport in Ottawa, Monday afternoon.
(Dave Chan for The Globe and Mail)
A cyclist passes a steam vent on the empty streets of the financial district during the annual Victoria Day holiday in Toronto.
Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood of Lady Antebellum perform during a free outdoor concert at Dundas Square in Toronto.
(Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail)
Knox Humfrey, 4, from High River, Alta., comes off his sheep during Mutton Bustin at the 55th Annual Little Britches Rodeo in High River, Alberta.
(Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian Press)
Toronto Blue Jays, from left, Anthony Gose, Colby Rasmus, and Jose Bautista celebrate defeating the Tampa Bay Rays in their MLB American League baseball game in Toronto.
Adam Thomas lands a jump at the 85th Annual Splash Cup at Sunshine Village Ski and Snowboard Resort in Banff, Alberta. To close the season every year, the hill puts a pool at the bottom of the run for skiers to jump into.
(Chris Bolin for The Globe and Mail)
Overturned cars are strewn about after a massive tornado touched down near Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Monday.
A child is pulled from the rubble of the Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore, Okla., and passed along to rescuers. A tornado as much as 1.6 kilometers wide with winds up to 320 kph roared through the Oklahoma City suburbs Monday, flattening entire neighborhoods, setting buildings on fire and landing a direct blow on an elementary school.
Teachers carry children away from Briarwood Elementary school after a tornado destroyed the school in south Oklahoma City.