A carpet of bluebells bursts into flower in Belgium in a wonder of the natural world - but one that is at risk of being trampled by tourists drawn to its beauty.
Ten years ago, most vinyl records sold for a few dollars - dusty old albums with dog-eared covers that had been thrown out as useless relics of an earlier age.
New York's famed Empire State Building lit up with sky-high iconic fashion photographs after nightfall on Wednesday to celebrate the 150th anniversary of style magazine Harper's Bazaar.
As an artist, Tarini Agarwal looks beyond the superficial surface, into the depth of the matter which she then interprets with the colours on her palette. “Mostly in hues of blue”, she casually remarks somewhere in between the conversation.
Dressed in a white skintight full body suit and helmet, Maja Kuczynska spins furiously before diving into a fast-moving sequence of airborne gymnastic moves with the elegance of a ballet dancer.
In troubling political times, New York’s latest tourist attraction offers visitors international escapism - a US$40mn installation of 50 nations in miniature: a kind of Gulliver’s Travels for the 21st century.
Every April, the tiny island capital of Cape Verde is taken over for a week by musicians of all stripes, trailing dreams of record deals and sold-out stadiums.
Their voices narrate the unofficial soundtrack of life as an Arab today. But for the artists leading the Arab world's alternative music scene, their work is not revolutionary - it’s a legacy.
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