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From to playing games with robots, to a sing-a-along with The Muppets, check out this week's most weird and wonderful photos.
Talk about taking a leap of faith! A member of the U.S. Freestyle Aerial practices for the U.S. National Championship in California.
Can you count how many models are in this photo? A photographer uses clever camera techniques to capture the colour and style of the models walking down the runway at the Vitaliya Bykova show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia Fall/Winter 2013/2014 at Manege in the Russian capital.
How much fun does this look! A beach sailor rolls across the sand in Germany.
Don't worry, it's not the wicked witch of the West! Model Maggie Shayero poses in a doorway wearing a magical red costume by designer Olwin Rose ahead of a Fairy Tale and Legends fashion show at The University of Edinburgh.
Best of three? Student Alejadro Bordallo plays rock-paper-scissors with a robot. The minature robot uses artificial intelligece is to learn the strategy of game as they play. Is there anything scientists can't do these days?
Marc Corcoran gives a demonstration of the amazing Jetovator at the Birmingham's Gadget Show Live 2013. The powerful Jetovator uses pressurised water to keep its rider airborne over the water. If you want one to play with however, you better have some cash to splash; this little gadget will set you back £8,000.
Who's up for a sing-a-long with Kermit and pals? The Muppets co-creator Jane Henson, got all the gang together at a ceremony for her late husband at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History. Jane Henson donated ten characters to the museum, including our favourite muppet, Kermit the Frog.
Arrrgh, run! Only joking... This 10ft raptor frame on Calton Hill, Edinburgh is just a model. It's one of several dinosaur models made for the Faire. Dino Lab will even allow visitors to make their own dinosaurs!
A group of Russian tourists have apologised for climbing up one of the seven wonders of the world. Not before snapping these amazing photos from atop Egypt's Great Pyramid of Giza. What an incredible view. Picture: Raskalov/ABACAPRESS. COM
'One, two, three… Nope, we've lost count again. Would you mind just holding still?' Gymnast Hanne Grant performs with Hula Hoops during a photo call for the National Institute of Circus Arts in Melbourne, Australia. What skill!
We could definitely jump that high... Sure.
It certainly is rather nippy out there! This cyclist takes a route through some large snow drifts which have yet to melt in the Peak District National Park.
Look: There goes the Easter bunny! These skaters dressed in costumes pass by London landmarks Big Ben and Parliament Square, during the Easter Bunny Stroll, in central London. Wheeee!
Tick tock, tick tock! These wooden cuckoo clocks certainly don't update digitally. When the clocks change, collector Roman Piekarski has to manually alter the time on each of his 600 cuckoo clocks at his Cuckooland Museum in Tabley, Cheshire.
'Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great fall!' Children look up at the 4ft tall Humpty Dumpty style Easter egg in Covent Garden, London. The eggs were part of the Lindt Big Egg Hunt which supports children's charity Action for Children.
That looks a little gusty! Model Georgia May Jagger poses inside an engine of a British Airways 777 airliner in Sydney, Australia. The shoot celebrates British Airways' long history of flying between Australia and the UK and the launch of the new Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.
A model dressed in an incredible blue patterned mask and cape waits backstage during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2013/2014 in Moscow.
All that glitters is not gold… Another model prepares backstage at the Fyodor Golan show in Moscow.
Did someone turn out the lights? We're surprised this model could see where she was going as she walked down the runway!
Is it a disco, is it a catwalk? We don't know, but it looks pretty amazing! The Masha Kravtsova show at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia Fall/Winter 2013/2014 looks more like a nightclub than a fashion show.