IBTimes UK presents a selection of entries in the 2016 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year competition.
IBTimesUK presents the winning photographs from all 15 categories.
Around 70,000 people attend the week-long rave in the Nevada desert each year.
Each photographer has captured a wide range of issues from climate change to sexual assault within the American Military.
Burning Man is not for the faint of heart – as the website says: 'The Black Rock Desert is trying its best to kill you'.
Michelangelo may have hidden symbols as dissection of human body was banned by Catholic Church.
Photographer of the Year was chosen from more than 270,000 images taken by more than 38,000 photographers.
Ceramicist Natasha Daintry discusses her collaboration with Royal Salute to design a gift for the Queen's 90th birthday.
First held in 1990, the festival is now one of the most popular in Europe.
Annual arts festival is a sea of weird and wonderful performances so we have picked the best for you.
Artists including Tracy Emin, David Shrigley and Sam Taylor-Johnson have created worked inspired by the games
Alex MacLean's beautiful and thought-provoking aerial images investigate man's impact on the natural world.
300 street artists from 25 countries have contributed artwork covering 30,000sq ft of the city
A selection of images on the shortlist for Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2016.
Saif Aldeen Tahhan tells IBTimes UK he hopes the images shift focus to "Syrian suffering instead of Pokémon".