It probably doesn't get any more First World than this. The standard of living in this country sounds almost unreal.
In front of the European headquarters of the United Nations is a sculpture of a broken chair symbolizing opposition to the use of landmines and cluster bombs.
Jet d'Eau, the world's largest bidet, is one of Geneva's most visible landmarks.
What appears to be a publicity stunt of sorts. It appears that the water coming out of the fountains in this region really is safe for drinking.
Motion and stillness.
A long-exposure photograph lasting 16 seconds. The flags waved with the wind, but the lady didn't move an inch.