National Geographic magazine has just launched an informative and shockingly revealing campaign called Planet or Plastic? and it is something that we all need to see and learn from.
These powerful and heartbreaking images vividly illustrate the damage that 9 million tonnes of plastic waste each year does to our environment and wildlife, and are the beginning of what will be a multi-year initiative to significantly reduce it. Scientists and researchers from the magazine hope to fill knowledge gaps about the long-term impacts of plastic, as it dissolves into microscopic particles that eventually enter our food chain. They also aim to gain a better understanding of its journey from the source here on land, all the way down to the deepest depths of remote ocean floors.
Gianluigi Buffon's Juventus career is in the books.
The iconic Italian stopper has made his final appearance for the club, bowing out through a guard of honour while receiving a standing ovation from the entire crowd.
Max Allegri hauled off Buffon in the 63rd minute.
A guard of honour was formed by his teammates and staff, with Buffon hugging each individual in truly emotional scenes.
After months of speculation, Meghan Markle's wedding dress was revealed.
The pure white, boat neck gown was designed by British designer Clare Waight Keller, the artistic director of French fashion house Givenchy.
Crowds saw the full gown - which had been kept a closely-guarded secret - as Ms Markle stepped out at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle at midday.
Barbara Cole, whose work can be seen on Bau-Xi Gallery’s booth at Photo London, is a Canadian artist known for her ethereal underwater photography which emulates painting both stylistically and technically. Cole submerges herself, her models, her equipment, and her materials as she layers, builds, and blends her composition underwater. Her work utilizes the lens of water to explore and transform figurative qualities, and to re-envision the nature of our relationships to our surroundings. Cole’s series tend to be crafted all within lens, avoiding digital manipulation as much as possible.