Hunting for gooseneck barnacles
Spanish fishermen dart in between huge, deadly waves that hammer the Ferrol coastline in northwest Spain, in search of prized gooseneck barnacles, a rare delicacy that brings in money in a region struggling since the collapse of the shipbuilding industry.
I actually had these last night in a Lisbon restaurant and they were very flavoursome and meaty.
Visiting Santa in Lapland
As the holiday nears, every day is busy for Santa's team in Rovaniemi, Finland, which calls itself his official hometown, near the Arctic Circle.
Merry Holidays to you all.
Brazil’s railway to nowhere
The rusting tracks of Brazil's Transnordestina railway peter out and give way to a dirt trail in a remote corner of the country's arid northeast, far from the ports or farms it was meant to serveOpen this photogallery >
Reindeer herding in Russia’s Arctic
n Russia's remote Arctic regions, reindeer herding has been a way of life for centuries.
Can you spot Rudolph?
China’s Scrap Collectors
As authorities try to rein in Beijing's growing population and capitalize on skyrocketing land prices, scrap collectors say they are being pushed out, despite playing a vital role in China's unique recycling ecosystem.Open this photogallery >
The Victoria’s Secret 2016 Fashion Show In Paris
It was another colorful and happy affair when Bruno Mars, The Weeknd and Lady Gaga rocked up in Paris and brought along some world famous models to show off the newest Victoria's Secret collection.
Whether you're a male, female or not quite sure yet, this set will brighten up your day.
The Best Weird And Wonderful Photos Of 2016
Yes, it is that time of year again. That time of year when everyone starts making lists for you to enjoy.
If you enjoy them, please share them.
And if you appetite has not been stilled there are always the previous years to take a look at.
Weird and Wonderful 2013
Weird and Wonderful 2015
The Photos Of 2016 Week 48
Here's our selection of images from around the world from the last seven days.Open this photogallery >
The Art Of Becoming Santa
At the Charles W. Howard Santa Claus School in Midland, Michigan, some two hundred Santas and Mrs. Clauses came from across the United States, Canada, Denmark and Norway to learn wood toy-making, brush up on storytelling skills, drive sleighs, feed reindeer and, most importantly, spread the Christmas spirit.Open this photogallery >
Inside Mexico’s lucha extrema wrestling world
The wrestlers of Total Ultra-Violent Disaster offer a bloodier version of Mexico's traditional, deeply-rooted wrestling spectacles, bashing each other with chairs and neon lights and sticking each other with plastic knives and forks.Open this photogallery >
When prison becomes a safe haven during a drug war
A Manila prison so overcrowded that inmates must sleep in halls and stairwells and share each toilet with 150 other men seems like a haven compared to the deadly drug war going on outside.Open this photogallery >
Russia’s ancestral architecture
Traditional wooden houses, many featuring exquisite carvings and craftsmanship, are falling into decay across Russia because of neglect, lack of funds and an exodus from the countryside to the cities.Open this photogallery >