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From Paris Couture Week to The World Scotch Pie Awards, join us in the countdown of this week's most bizarre and amazing photographs.
The Rubber Duck was designed by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman and is currently enjoying a holiday down The Parramatter river in Sydney.
The ladies pose for a photo at Tooting Bec Lido in London to raise awareness for the homeless charity St Mungo's on January 31 2014.
The flying team perform breathtaking aviation displays at sunset at the Bahrain International Airshow.
The baker looks thrilled as he celebrates his achievement at The Scotch Pie Awards in Carnegie, Scotland.
The French designer created the romantic scenes as part of his Spring/Summer 2014 collection at Paris Couture Week 2014.
The event sees Catholic devotees gather to have their statues of the Santo Nino or Child Jesus blessed with holy water.
Also referred to as Spring Festival, the Chinese Lunar New Year prepares to welcome the year of the horse in 2014.
A model walks the runway during the Charlie Le Mindu show as part of Paris Couture Week Spring/Summer 2014.
The model wears neon face paint to match her wig at Paris Couture Week Spring/Summer 2014.
The talented artist paints his mini masterpieces on discarded gum he finds on the street. This particular miniature creation can be spotted on London's Millennium Bridge... just make sure you take a teeny tiny microscope in order to see it!
The festival, which takes places on the streets of the city of Piornal in Spain, sees people throw turnips at a man dressed as a horned devil; the Jarramplas. The tradition dates back centuries and takes place every year on 19-20 January to symbolise the expulsion of bad things.
The happy couple celebrated their nuptials in a rather unusual manner! Picture: SWNS