Celebrity Big Brother star Chloe Khan has been deleted from Instagram, losing her more than 850,000 followers – and countless sexy selfies.
The busty beauty revealed on Twitter that her picture-sharing profile was no more, writing: “MY INSTAGRAM HAS BEEN HACKED AND DELETED AT 852K !!!”
The late Princess Diana was perhaps one of the most beloved British royal in recent history. The world was fascinated by Princes William and Harry’s gorgeous mother, from her historic 1981 wedding at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London to her tragic 1997 death in Paris.
When we think of royals today, we think of Prince William, Prince Harry and Duchess Kate – not to mention the adorable Prince George and Princess Charlotte. But it wasn’t so long ago that the late Princess Diana was the world’s favorite royal.
The New York subway has fascinated street photographers for generations, never more so than in the 1970s and 1980s. Gritty and tinged with danger, a subway ride was always an exercise in caution. In fact, in 1979, 250 serious crimes a week were reported on the NYC subway.
It’s within this context that we view the work of Swiss photographer Willy Spiller, who was living in New York and documented the subway system for seven years starting from 1977. Traversing the city with the curious eye of an outsider, his photos tell the story of the graffiti filled New York subway.
The Shirokorechenskoe Cemetery, located on the southwestern outskirts of Yekaterinburg, in Russia, is the final resting place of many famous locals including folk artists, scientists, and heroes of World War 2.
Their graves are adorned with unusual funerary sculptures, including reliefs, gem-embedded headstones and laser engravings of the deceased on granite.