Peaceful and idyllic images of the frozen north reveal the beauty of nature's glaciers and ice deserts | UPDATED: 23:59 GMT, 23 December 2012 Surreal and transfixing pictures of icebergs, glaciers and cliffs reveal the different colors and hues of beautiful frozen wastelands of Greenland, Iceland, Scotland and the Faroe Islands.
Yes, I slept with a lot of women but they had a choice – it wasn't rape, says fashion photographer David Bailey (who's still sex mad at 74!) Legendary lothario dated model Jean Shrimpton and married actress Catherine Deneuve before fourth wife Catherine Dyer finally tamed him | UPDATED: 23:53 GMT, 21 December 2012 'I'm mad about her': The photographer with his fourth wife Catherine His reputation as a lothario during his heyday earned him the nickname Big Bad Bailey. Several decades on, with four marriages under his belt and about to turn 75, David Bailey is as controversial as ever. The fashion photographer reveals he still enjoys making love to his 51-year-old wife Catherine, is friends with his ex-girlfriends and ex-wives – and remains unapologetic about his penchant for one night stands.
French model who appeared naked in Playboy when she was just 11 is suing her OWN MOTHER for taking the picture | UPDATED: 17:42 GMT, 19 December 2012 A French actress is suing her mother for taking pornographic pictures of her when she was a child – and passing them to Playboy. Eva Ionesco was the youngest ever model in the magazine when she was pictured naked aged 11. Now her photographer mother Irina has been ordered to pay 10,000 euros in damages to Eva for taking the explicit pictures of her in the 1970s, when she was between four and 12.
Underwater photographer captures astonishing moment thousands of fish swirled into a deep sea tornado | UPDATED: 22:10 GMT, 17 December 2012 An underwater photographer has captured what can only be described as an undersea tornado of swirling fish seen mesmerizing divers off Mexico's coast.
Ghost trains: Spooky pictures show how long-lost locos would look if they were still running along their old routes todayPhotographer bringing back to life the Midland and Great Northern RailwayStuart McPherson skillfully merges images of past and present to create 'ghost images' | UPDATED: 20:37 GMT, 13 December 2012 These eerie 'ghost train' images are part of a project to bring back to life one of Britain's long lost railways. When it operated, the Midland and Great Northern Railway (M&GN) was disparagingly referred to as the Muddle and Go Nowhere line – but after it was axed it earned the nicknamed Missed and Greatly Needed. Photographer Stuart McPherson, who lives in Norwich near its former route, has attempted to bring it back to life with these incredible images of a time gone by merged with the present day
Shimmering 'nightscapes' from the world's greatest cities: Time lapse pictures show New York, Cape Town and Shanghai in glittering glory Photographer Jakob Wagner can spend hours looking for the right spot to capture his stunning 'nightscapes' photosWhen he has found the perfect view, he sets up his tripod and takes a time lapse photo of the vast skyscape | UPDATED: 16:15 GMT, 12 December 2012 Perched on his vantage point above twinkling cities, photographer Jakob Wagner can spend hours looking for the right spot to capture photos for his stunning 'nightscapes' series.
On the road to snow-where! Spectacular shots of snowmobilers riding snowy border between Sweden and NorwayPhotographer Havard Dalgrav, 25, captured scenes of the 'snow motorway' Riding snowmobiles for fun is illegal in Norway, pictured to the right, but legal in Sweden, pictured to the leftGroup travelled unhindered along the 10,000 mile long route | UPDATED: 16:17 GMT, 12 December 2012 This spectacular snowy route marks the border between Sweden and Norway – and is perfect challenge for adventure-loving snowmobilers. But this group are quite literally treading on a thin line – because to their right is Norway where riding a snowmobile for fun is illegal while to their left is Sweden where it is allowed. Strict laws in Norway mean unless it is work related, riding snowmobiles is against the law.
Beautiful photographs of horse loggers trudging through snow at Balmoral to avoid machines damaging picturesque grounds Simon Lenihan was pictured removing the trees in Crathie, AberdeenshireHorses used in place of large timber machines to minimise soil damagePhotographer Jeff Mitchell: 'It's one of the most beautiful places in the UK' | UPDATED: 21:37 GMT, 12 December 2012 It was a picturesque scene that could easily grace the cover of a Christmas card, as a full-time commercial horse logger was photographed removing Scots Pine trees from in the snow. Simon Lenihan was pictured removing the trees in Crathie, Aberdeenshire, from the Balmoral Estate yesterday with Belgian Ardennes horses Sultan De Le Campagne, 15, and Salome Du Pre Renier, 4.
Brother's pride: Baby lion puts a paw around his sibling to play… but the cub is no mood for fun and pushes him away | UPDATED: 14:30 GMT, 11 December 2012 Everyone needs a bit of 'alone time' – even if you're a baby lion living in the middle of the African savannah
Come back here! Mischievous monkey who tried to run away from mother is put in his place when she yanks him back by his leg | UPDATED: 18:25 GMT, 9 December 2012 This was the moment a naughty monkey was put in his place after trying to wander off from his mother. The baby was picking coconuts with his mum when he grew bored and decided to sneak off while she wasn't looking. But the cheeky chappy's bid for freedom was short-lived and he was quickly stopped in his tracks when he was yanked back by his leg