This Week in Pictures, Buffalo News photographers covered a variety of events around Western New York, from fireworks and flags to a farm sanctuary in Watkins Glen and the Buffalo City Animal shelter. We also explored six architectural time capsules and 11 places to help you get away from it all. Take a second look at Elma resident, David Hanes who won the 64th International Junior Masters tournament held at East Aurora Country Club and the hundreds of Muslim faithful gathered for prayers to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, while the Buffalo Sabres held development camp at HarborCenter. We hope you enjoy looking back at this week in pictures.
Fireworks light the sky after the Buffalo Bisons and Scranton RailRiders game at Coca-Cola field on Sunday, July 3, 2016. (Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News) Read more.
It’s safe to say that David Hanes has arrived on the local golf scene. The 18-year-old from Elma finished off a week he’ll never forget Friday by winning the 64th International Junior Masters at East Aurora Country Club. (Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News) Read more.
Farm Sanctuary National Shelter Director Susie Coston, greets one of the goats rescued from a farm earlier this year in Cattaraugus County. The sanctuary cover 175 acres in Watkins Glen. (Mark Mulville/Buffalo News) Read more.
Buffalo Sabres prospect Justin Bailey during development camp at the Harbor Center this week. (Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News) Read more.
A hiker catches up with her party after stopping to watch some wildlife. Cattaraugus Creek has been carving into the stone bottom of the gorge for thousands of years at Zoar Valley Multiple Use Area. (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News) Read more.
17,232 Buffalo Bisons fans watch the game action against the Scranton RailRiders at Coca-Cola field. (Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News) More photos from the game.
The honor guard representing the branches of the military bring in the colors. The Town of Tonawanda honored the resident veterans of the town and the Village of Kenmore at a special ceremony at Kenney Field. The Town Board paid tribute to the combat veterans of the Afghanistan, Iraq and Gulf Wars. (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News) See more.
Hundreds of Muslim faithful gather in Front Park for prayers to celebrate Eid al-Fitr which marks the end of the Ramadan holy month. The Peace Bridge looms in the background. (Photo by Derek Gee) See more photos.
M & T's gold dome branch at the corner of Main and Huron in Buffalo. Opened in 1901, the bank was designed by architect E. B. Green with William Sydney Wicks, with the interior completed in 1925. The building is made from granite and done in a Neoclassical Beaux-Arts style. The dome is covered in 23.75 carat gold leaf sheets.(Mark Mulville/Buffalo News) Read more.
Susie Q the cat, eyes a porthole that has been installed between what were two squarish individual cages at the SPCA of Erie County in Town of Tonawanda. This porthole allows the cats one cage for play, eating and sleeping, and the other for a litter box. (John Hickey/Buffalo News) Read more.
Monsignor Leon Neu a volunteer dog walker, rests in the lobby of the Buffalo City Animal shelter after a walk with this favorite pit bull. (Mark Mulville/Buffalo News) Read more.
British rock band Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds entertains the crowd at Artpark. (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News) See more photos.
The crowd at Artpark Wednesday cheers for Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds. (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News) Read more.
Participants make their way through the foam and bubbles during the Bubble Run at the Buffalo Outer Harbor (Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News) See more photos.
The sun rises behind the Liberty Building in Buffalo, N.Y. (Photo by Derek Gee)