Friends enjoy a Sunday chess game in the Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris, France.
Visitors stand before two white squares on a long wall otherwise bare, listening intently to the clicking sounds coming from each one. This installation was part of a series Rulers and Rhythm by artist and musician Cevdet Erek. Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
For the morning tour, water all around — sky, canal, boat, drenched visitors. Bruges, Belgium.
A photographer poses his subject on the Racetrack floor in Death Valley, U.S.A.
This young lady bundled against the elements is ignored by other wedding guests. Brittany, France.
A family of street performers in Galway, Ireland. Dad plays, Mother sings and Daughter pretends to listen.
On a corner in Montparnasse a busker sings to his own accompaniment, hoping to sell a recording or two. Paris, France.
These two sing to each other while dance performers take a breather. (The Morris Dance is an English folk dance where men dressed in white with bells on their legs perform lively routines in public places as here, outside the local pub.) Burmarsh, Kent, England.
School outing to The Old Royal Palace, Prague, Czech Republic.
A gentleman returns to his village for a midday meal. Caudiès-de-Fenouillèdes, France.