After the ice festival: fascinating aerial images of ephemeral architecture crumbling and returning to a liquid state
In Les Baux-de-Provence, a former limestone quarry has been transformed into an immersive multimedia exhibit space dedicated to art and music.
Last week, one of the most devastating storms to hit Africa in decades killed more than 750 people and destroyed thousands of structures, roads, and farms.
In the spirit of the day, I am obligated to share these adorable images of pups around the world.
Nowruz celebrations in Iraq, terrible flooding in Mozambique, springtime in China and England, mourning in New Zealand, flower fields in California, floodwaters across the midwestern U.S., and much more
Images from the past few days in Christchurch, where residents continue to gather at makeshift memorials across the city
Snowmelt and last week’s “bomb cyclone” have overwhelmed rivers in Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, and neighboring states, causing widespread flooding that has broken dozens of records and cost at least three lives.
A rabbit in war-torn Syria, water shortages in Venezuela, cherry blossoms in China, terror in New Zealand, voting in North Korea, a global youth protest against climate-change inaction, and much more
A collection of news photos of pups being interviewed
Amid an existing political and economic crisis, days without electricity are making life even harder for Venezuelans.
Images of Maslenitsa, a Slavic Shrovetide festival, as celebrated in Russia, Belarus, and Kyrgyzstan.
Power outages in Venezuela, Mardi Gras festivities in New Orleans, presidential campaigning in New York, International Women’s Day observed around the world, and much more
A half century ago, humans first set foot on the moon, hundreds of thousands of young people gathered in New York’s Catskill Mountains for a music festival that became a cultural milestone, and so much more.
Some of this year’s winners and honorees, showing remarkable scenes from oceans, lakes, and rivers around the world