A woman jogs past the installation "Rock on Top of Another Rock" in London's Hyde Park.
All India Peace and Solidarity Organisation (AIPSO) members launched sky lanterns during International Women's Day in Hyderabad.
Hanae Tsuji viewed a section of papyrus belonging to Nesmin on display at the Cairo to Constantinople: Early Photographs of the Middle East exhibition in Edinburgh, Scotland.
A woman sketched on the streets of Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
Wei Hai Ming of the Taiwan Guoguang Opera Company performed scenes from the Flowing Sleeves and Rouge as part of the Taiwan International Festival of Arts.
A llama sought shelter next to an abandoned school bus in Centreville, VA, after a Winter storm hit the area.
A White House staffer walked to the West Wing during a snowstorm in DC.
The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge was lit up for the Bay Lights exhibition, now the world's largest LED light sculpture.
Spring flowers bloomed inside the Norman Foster-designed Great Glasshouse at the National Botanic Garden of Wales that contains the largest single-pane glasshouse in the world.
Kate Middleton, aka the Duchess of Cambridge, sat next to a dummy of the Ship's Mate at the Skipper's Table during her tour of the National Fishing Heritage Centre in Grimsby.
Mayoral candidate Councilman Eric Garcetti kissed his wife, Amy Wakeland, after they voted at Allesandro Elementary School in LA.
Water dripped from the beak of a Bewick's Swan in Regents Park in London, where they're having warm Spring weather.
Young Indian women posed during a protest against a proposed 6,000 MW nuclear power plant at the Jasapara-Mithi Virdi village in the Bhavnagar district.
A Maasai woman had her finger marked with a permanent marker after voting during the Kenyan elections. Kenyans have been waiting in long lines to vote in the first election since the postpoll violence five years ago that led to more than 1,100 people being killed.
A Banksy mural in Bristol, England, has been defaced by blue paint bombs. The Twentieth Century Society has launched a campaign to save some of the UK's best-known postwar murals that have been destroyed or defaced.
A young woman walked past a banner made of flowers that reads, "Russia Forever!" to mark the first anniversary of Russian President Vladimir Putin's election to a third term in Central Moscow.
Queen Elizabeth II thanked a hospital staff member as she left London's King Edward VII Hospital after being admitted for gastroenteritis.
A woman wrote on a part of the East Side Gallery, a remaining section of the Berlin Wall that is being removed for a housing construction project.
Palestinian women prayed together outside Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque in solidarity with hunger-striking Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli jails.