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From gnomes at Chelsea Flower Show to a photobombing parrotfish, check out the most amazing photos from around the world this week!
Photographer George Logan has taken photos of wild animals such as this elephant in their natural habitat and transposed them onto images of Scotland and the countryside. His project, called Translocation, wants to highlight the importance of preserving wildlife in its natural environment. Picture: George Logan
Another image from the Logan's Translocation series, showing two rhinoceros in the Scottish countryside. Picture: George Logan
Don't try this at home! Stunt expert Leigh-Anne Vizer sits in a 4.5 metre long King Kong hand, suspended 300 metres above the Australian city of Melbourne, during a 'King Kong' production photo call. Rather you than us Leigh-Anne!
Gavin the parrotfish is a rather cheeky chappy. The colourful fish lives off of Green Island on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia and loves nothing more than photobombing diving tourists photos! He also likes munching on treats and showing off his pearly whites for the cameras. The divers love it though, after all, who could resist that smile? Picture: CATERS
This beautiful photograph, entitled Underwater Explorer, is part of a collection called For As Long As You Can Hold Her Breath, You Are Free, by photographer Claudia Legge. We think it's just stunning! Picture: Claudia Legge
Could this be any sweeter? The NSPCC has created a teddy bear picnic called What Will We Leave? The NSPCC Garden of Magical Childhood for the Chelsea Flower Show, London.
Clouds are seen from Mount Everest Base camp in Nepal. Stunning, but the high winds predicted for the next couple of days may thwart mountaineers' attempts to climb the world's highest peak to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay's climb to the summit on May 29, 1953.
We love stem engines, such as The Diamond Queen which was built for Queen Victoria's Jubilee at Castle Combe Steam Fair in Wiltshire.
Gnomes designed by various celebrities including Elton John's (centre) are on display at the Chelsea Flower Show in London.
A beautiful sunrise over St Paul's Cathedral in London. According to a global poll by Trip Advisor, London is the most visited city in the world after Paris and New York.
Artist Marc Quinn has created a giant sculpture of an orchid for the Chelsea Flower Show, London. Aren't the colours he's used amazing?
Artist Chris Naylor adds the finishing touches to a model landscape of London made from 2,186 sugar cubes. The artwork has been created to celebrate the Museum of London Docklands' 10th anniversary.
Another beautiful creation at this year's Chelsea Flower Show.
A Lancaster bomber performs a flypast over the Derwent Reservoir as part of a series of events to commemorate 70th anniversary of the Dambusters raid.
We are cold just looking at this picture! One man takes a leap of faith as he dives into Gourock Outdoor Pool in Scotland.
Chantelle Houghton becomes a renaissance beauty for the day in a tableau by Greg Stone to celebrate National Vegetarian Week.
300 of London's most recognisable street signs, including those which have stood in Downing Street and Abbey Road, are being auctioned off. A handful of distinctive black aluminum finger signs which have directed tourists to world famous landmarks in the capital will also go under the hammer.