Sanctuary staff prepare to feed caged tigers in forested enclosures at the Exotic Feline Rescue Center. Feedings occur around the clock. Many of the staff are students at nearby Indiana University at Bloomington.
Dubai Little League players and coaches practice good sportsmanship after a game in the United Arab Emirates. Dubai Little League has more than 450 players between the ages of 4-17, playing baseball and softball.
An Asian and a Western woman stroll the Dubai Marina. The Dubai Marina is an artificial canal city built along a two-mile stretch of the Persian Gulf. Nearby, hundreds of yachts are berthed at the Dubai Yacht Club, the United Arab Emirates' largest.
Sanctuary staff butcher a cow to feed rescued Big Cats at the Exotic Feline Rescue Center. Many of the staff are students at nearby Indiana University at Bloomington. The sanctuary is one of 80 of its kind in the United States.
Two Arab men shoppers in dishdashas, or thobes, in the Arab world, enter the Virgin music store in the Mall of the Emirates. Opened in 2005 with two five-start hotels, the Mall of the Emirates is the destination of some 33 million patrons a year.
Visitors at an indoor ski resort featuring an 85-meter-high mountain with five slopes of varying steepness and difficulty, including a 400-metre-long run. Nearby is a 3,000-square-metre snow park with sled/toboggan runs, giant snowballs, and an ice c
Brisk traffic on Sheikh Zayed Road, Jumeirah Beach, one of the city-state's busiest traffic arteries. Sheikh Zayed Road is lined with high-rise apartments, condominiums, office towers, and hotels. A light-rail metro runs down the center of the highwa
The French called it Rue Catinat, while the Americans knew it as Tu Do, or Liberty Street. Today the main drag through Saigon, or Ho Chi Minh City, is named Dong Khoi, the street of the General Insurrection.
A mid-winter snow falls on the Indiana Arc, a crimson aluminum sculpture created by the late Charles Perry. It sits at the entrance of the stunningly angled 1982 Indiana University Art Museum, designed by I.M. Pei.
Late afternoon sun glistens on the buildings surrounding the Dubai Marina in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. The Dubai Marina is an artificial canal city, carved along a two-mile stretch of the Persian Gulf shoreline.