A worker takes a nap surrounded by ducklings at a duck farm on the outskirts of Jiaxing, Zhejiang province, China.
What could be more satisfying than a nap? A nice nap taken while surrounded by piles of stuff. More photos of people taking naps while surrounded by stuff, below. (PHOTOS: REUTERS)
A rebel fighter in Libya sleeps next to a box of ammunition at a position in the outskirts of Zlitan, near Misrata.
A worker sleeps on a pile of cement in front of closed shops in Lahore, Pakistan.
North Korean workers nap on piles of fertilizer shipped from China on the banks of Yalu River near the North Korean town of Sinuiju.
A boy, with his face covered with an empty onion sack to protect him from flies, takes a nap in an open air vegetable market in New Delhi.
A worker sleeps on tangerines in a market in Siliguri, India.
A vendor naps beside packages of cabbages at a food market in Suining, China.
A vendor selling Chinese watermelons takes a nap at a wholesale market in Huaibei, China.
A vendor who sells tomatoes naps at an open-air market in Changzhi, Shanxi province.
A vegetable vendor sleeps in his roadside shop in New Delhi, India.
A boy sleeps beside fish heads as his mother works to extract meat from them, at a fish market in Jakarta.
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