A selection of pictures taken this week by the Royal Gazette photographers
Belco Lines Man Juhan Marsh replaces a cut out also known as a fuse holder on a pole along Mount View Road in Pembroke Wednesday morning as grey clouds loom over head. High winds from rain storms Tuesday night damaged the old cut outs and shook wires free causing a faulty connection between the houses in the neighborhood and Belco.
The Bermuda Classic Bike Club rides along South Road during their annual charity motorcycle ride yesterday. This year&#237;s ride raised money for Tony &#235;De Tiger&#237; Grant to assist with medical costs. Tony races both motocross and track bikes but is currently in the Intensive Care Unit recovering from injuries sustained in a bike accident.
Royal Air Force officer Benjamin Beasley searches for his grandfathers name on the new War Memorial
Junior athletes compete in the National Cross-Country Championships in the Botanical Gardens on Saturday morning.
Christmas shoppers pass through the streets of Hamilton
Dellwood Middle School students Xyon Smith and Ashontae Goater douse flames, as their teammates look on at an &#235;Amazing Race&#237; themed mini career fair put on by The Department of Human Resources held at the school yesterday to get young people interested in careers in the Bermuda Civil Service.
Minister of Health Zane DeSilva smiles wearing tunnel vision glasses as he is led through Cabinet by Kristina Bean author of the paper Through My Eyes: Accessibility in Hamilton through the Eyes of a Visually Impaired Person&#237; which was presented through Minister DeSilva to Premier Paula Cox .
Double rainbows shine brightly against a grey sky during a sunny break in recent bad weather.
A pedestrian pushes her pedal cycle through South Road in Paget Thursday wrapped in a scarf to keep warm from the days cold temperatures.
Clear skies over St. Peters Church, St. Georges, made for a refreshing change to recent wet weather.
An unidentified woman bundled in winter clothing walks towards Shinbone Alley in St. Georges yesterday. The sun was shining however a brisk breeze still kept temperatures low
Sailor Gary Kerr tidys the deck of his sailboat during a clear and sunny day in St. Georges yesterday. Mr. Kerr who arrived at the end of last month sailed from Nova Scotia in fifteen days, thirteen of which were in stormy conditions
Mary Walker, wife of Jordy Walker who died last weekend, addresses hundreds who attended a memorial service at City Hall yesterday to pay tribute to a man who became a sailing legend. Besides representing Bermuda at the Olympics and serving as Commodore of the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club, Walker was responsible for a number of reforms in the sport.
Friends Marilys Ernst (left) and Sarah Shively take time to have fun taking photos in Par-La-Ville Park in Hamilton , after escaping the cold in New York, both have been to Bermuda before and this trip has been the coldest they have experience here however both said that its still a lot better than back home in New York.
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