Wildlife photography by Robert Irwin
Steve Irwin passed away 11 years ago, but his legacy live son in the work he did and the work his son, Robert Irwin is doing.
Some amazing animal shots in here.
Credit: Robert Irwin
Moscow rooftop explorers defy death and gravity
A handful of young Muscovites spend their spare time braving the risk of arrest, injury and even death to scale tall buildings. Their motivation is simple: to feel more alive.Open this photogallery >
Japan’s hanabi taikai fireworks festival as captured by Keisuke
I'm leaving for a 2 week culture explosion in Japan in 2 weeks time. Just to late for their annual fireworks festivals called hanabi taikai, but I'm grateful for these amazing fireworks photos by Keisuke.
Very rare white giraffe spotted in Kenya
Giraffes are one of the world's most majestic creatures. If you've ever been lucky to see one in the wild, it's just beautiful to look at.
These white giraffes are very rare and were spotted by Hirola rangers in North Eastern Kenya.
The Photos Of 2017 Week 36
Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.Open this photogallery >
When animals attack prey filmed in slow motion
It's often too fast to see for the naked eye, but with the help of some high frame rate cameras we're able to see just how precise and fast some animals are when they attack their prey.Read this topic >
The Cassini Grand Finale At Saturn
After 20 years the Cassini space mission comes to an end today when the joint NASA and ESA jet propulsion laboratory disintegrates while crashing towards Saturn.Read this topic >
Through Thunderstorms, Torrential Rain & Busy Traffic
This is a 30 days timelapse of a large containership at sea.
Incredible Beards From 2017 World Beard And Mustache Championship by Greg Anderson
I've sported a beard for the last 20 years or so. I just hate shaving really and I'm now so used to it I feel positively naked without it.
My beard is just a regular Joe though, compared to these works of art.
Credit: Greg Anderson
The Shipwreck of Bienvenu by Ella & Pitr
The Shipwreck of Bienvenu is a huge mural in France created by Ella & Pitr to highlight the plight of refugees worldwide.
It is 47 meters high and is painted on the side of the Piney’s Dam in La Valla-En Gier, France.
Chinese couples strike a pose
Chinese couples are pulling out all the stops as ordinary wedding photos just won't do in 2017.Open this photogallery >
Hurricane Size Comparison
We've posted as lot about the damage hurricanes have done and this video might help put into context just how big these forces of nature are.Read this topic >