GALLERY: Week's best photos March 27, 2014, 11:55 a.m. OUR photographers doing what they do best. GALLERY: Week's best photos A tree burns in a fire at Leneva. Picture: KYLIE ESLERFull Hand photographed after a quick training run in the lead-up to the Albury Gold Cup. Picture: JOHN RUSSELLRev. Joseph Mar Barnabas, from the Marthoma Church in India, was in Albury. Picture: KYLIE ESLERAlbury's Pip Martinotti, 11, cuddles her beloved Rabby who was repaired at the Bear Hospital at Victoria's Gift Baskets. Picture: KYLIE ESLERA burnt-out Jeep Cherokee at the back of a factory in Calimo St, North Albury. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICKAlbury's Harpreet Singh, Tyrone Russell-Smith and Aaron Bykerk take part in the Indian festival of Holi, where coloured powder is thrown over one another. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICKFiona Oliver is disappointed the area where her familiy graves are will not be part of the planned maintenance work that prevents grass growing over the top of plaques. Picture: TARA GOONANWork is being carried out to restore the bottle top on Rutherglen's water tower. Picture: JOHN RUSSELLFirefighters tackle a blaze at Leneva. Picture: KYLIE ESLER St Patrick's bowler James Ellis attempts to hit the stumps but East Albury batsman James McNeil managed to slide across the line in time. Picture: KYLIE ESLERPromoting Paws in the Park is Wondonga Dog Rescue's Jim Toole (with Cassidy), Dee Keogh (with Caddie) and Allana Adrian (with Ruby) at Willow Park. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSONNiblick (back) and Price of Glory (front) giving each other a scratch over the fence. Picture: KYLIE ESLERCharles Sturt University executive Tim Wess presented the Dean's Award to students Lewis Tinley (Batchelor Environmental Science and Management) and Christopher Maher (Batchelor Podiatry Honours). Picture: DYLAN ROBINSONHeath Naughton prepares for his 100th game as coach while his son Sam Naughton, 9, watches. Picture: TARA GOONANHume Phoenix convenors Toni Johnson and Sebastien France prepare for the Equal Love rally. Picture: TARA GOONANWest Wodonga's Melissa Hingston is followed by her son Ezekiel, 11 months, during a training session with Boot Camps Australia. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICKTweetFacebook of ╳exitClick or flick across for the best shots from our photographers this week.