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Professional Ballerina Documents Her Pregnancy in Photo Series 'Ballet Beautiful'

The internet has been quite busy with its share of pregnant women who defy normal conventions of child bearing. These was the woman that lifted …

Pregnancy

Magical Tokyo Cityscapes Seen Through Colorful Bokeh

In this ongoing series, photographer Takashi Kitajima blurs the details of Tokyo's buildings and bridges into beautifully abstract landscapes. He creates each gorgeous composition by standing on observation decks of high-rise buildings or overpasses throughout the city.<p>By gaining a bird's eye view …

Art

Wallpaper of the Week - Vintage Stencil

The wallpaper of this week is an amazing image created for our latest tutorial titled Vintage Stencil Style in Photoshop. It was a simple walkthrough …

Former Museum in Rotterdam Transformed Into Luxury Home

Rotterdam-based studio Pea Architecture recently completed the transformation of the former Kralings Museum at the Hoflaan into a luxury apartment building called Casa K. The space features a shared entryway, an elevator, and three spacious apartments designed with a contemporary, open layout and …

Architecture

Royal life with little Prince George

Ever wondered what life in the Royal household is like following the arrival of Baby George? Well here's an extraordinary, if not totally real, behind-the-scenes glimpse inside Kensington Palace<p>The royal christening: baby George is baptised - as it happened

Incredible Underwater Park in Austria

Grner See (Green Lake) is a lake in Styria, Austria known for its shimmering, emerald-green hue and its fluctuating depth throughout the year, at times leaving a park completely submerged in it. Being that the water for the lake is provided mainly by runoff from the surrounding karst mountains, it …

Hiking

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Fire and ice: adventures in Iceland

You could be forgiven for mistaking Iceland's scenery for a sci-fi movie set. Boiling water blasts out of geysers, and cracks in the earth belch steam. Arid plains and mustard-coloured rocks stretch endlessly into the distance. Volcanoes lurk menacingly under a covering of snow.<p>Iceland is …

Ireland: blond children reunited with Roma families after DNA tests prove they are related

Two blond, blue-eyed children taken from Roma families in Ireland have been returned after DNA tests proved they are their biological children.<p>Irish police and health officials are being accused of racial profiling and incompetence.<p>The seven-year-old girl was taken by a dozen police officers as …

Snoop Dogg congratulates giant vegetable grower for breaking world record

Rapper Snoop Dogg, who prefers to be known as Snoop Lion, congratulated a giant vegetable grower on breaking his own previously set Guinness World Record for heaviest swede.<p>Ian Neale, 70, broke his own world record last month when he presented judges with a mammoth 95.96lb swede, a full 10.46lbs …

Snoop Dogg

North Korea: more options for holidaymakers

Britain’s leading tour operator to North Korea is expanding its programme of holidays to the country as a result of more people wanting to see for themselves a what is generally considered to be one of the most extraordinary - and secretive - nation in the world.<p>The news comes in a year which has …

North Korea

We humans like to think that the act of travel is our creation. But our animal cousins have been seeking warm weather in the winter, playing in the surf and ridesharing for years. Find out what can animals teach us about travel: http://bit.ly/18HlTsH

Ben Fogle's country travels: a week of European adventure

It’s been a week of European discovery. First up was Malta and its capital, Valletta. Malta has one of Europe’s richest histories. A succession of powers have occupied the island, including the Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs, Normans, Spanish, French and British, from whom it gained independence in …

Art with a view: Oslo's new sculpture park – in pictures

From Dalí's Venus De Milo to stone carvings by Jenny Holzer and a Skyspace by James Turrell, works by the art world's biggest names are scattered throughout Ekeberg park in Oslo, which is now open to the public

24-hour arty people: an all-night sculpture park opens in Oslo

With works by everyone from Marina Abramovic to Louise Bourgeois and James Turrell, a new 24-hour sculpture park has opened overlooking the fjord that inspired Munch's The Scream – and its regeneration has been controversial to the last<p>• Art with a view – click here for more images of the Ekeberg …

Cadbury Dairy Milk: why rounded chunks of chocolate taste sweeter

We associate roundness with sweet tastes and angular shapes with bitterness. The Dairy Milk recipe is unchanged, but have you detected a difference since the corners were smoothed off?<p>How time flies. A whole year has passed since Cadbury smoothed the corners off its Dairy Milk bars, shaving 4g off …

Bad Advice: Five Common Travel Tips That Are Wrong

There’s no shortage of advice given every day on the Internet, from what foods to eat to how to raise your kids. Travel of course is not immune to …