From the best that nature has to offer, to animals that are guaranteed to make you say 'aww', these images will leave you feeling all warm and fuzzy inside!
This male elephant makes the perfect shadow over the stunning Masai Mara sunset.
The image was taken to celebrate World Elephant Day earlier this week – and what a way to showcase the animal’s beauty!
Renee Kotis from Australia was so tired of her fussy cocker spaniel-poodle cross Max refusing to eat generic dogfood that she decided to take matters into her own hands.
Her range of domutts, woof burgers and can (ine) olli are all made with dog- friendly ingredients such as carob, carrot, coconut, cream cheese and peanut butter – sounds a bit more tasty than tripe.
Youn artist, Artur Bordalo uses parallel rail lines on which to paint his vibrant works. The 27-year-old says his ‘Tracks’ series offer a comment on the modern age, with topics from online music to greedy business leaders.
He explains: “I work on the tracks because everything that’s going on in our days it has gone “online” – the good things, and the bad ones also. “I spent my youth walking on the lines, I forever loved graffiti adventures, and urban exploring so I mixed it to my artwork.”
Layers of breathtaking colour streak the rolling hills of this vast desert in Oregon, making the landscape appear as though it has been tie-dyed.
The natural phenomenon, nicknamed the ‘Painted Desert’, was formed when the area was once a river floodplain.
This breathtaking natural light show illuminated the waters off the British coast.
The photograph was taken in East Sussex, and photographer Adrian said the lights danced around for at least 15 minutes.
It was hard to miss the supermoon this week! The moon was at its closest point to earth for over 20 years, leaving us with plenty of perfect photo opportunities.
We love this stunning image of the moon looking incredible behind Tower Bridge in London.
The flower carpet on the Grand-Place of Brussels is a colourful bi-annual tradition.
This year the carpet is dedicated to 50 years of Turkish immigration in Belgium, and is made up of hundreds of thousands of begonias.
It’s hard to believe that this gorgeous image was taken in Kent!
The time lapse image of a comet and stars orbiting the North Star created this unique pattern.
When Mubi was rejected by her mother at the Aspinall Foundation’s Port Lympne Wild Animal Park in Kent Simon, who is head of the primate section, stepped forward.
During the day Mubi goes to work with Simon and spends her time near to the enclosure containing the other drill monkeys. At the end of the day she goes home with Simon to spend time with her ‘siblings’ – Jack Russell puppies Ian and Daisy and a cuddly gorilla toy.
Wildlife photographer Paul Goldstein has captured a series of stunning rainbow images in his role as guide for Exodus travels, and this one is our favourite.
Who needs a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow when there’s a girraffe around?
The annual British Fireworks Championships took place in Devon this week, and the competition was fierce – as you can see in this stunning image!
Amongst all the sadness in Gaza, this young Palestinian boy still finds joy in something as simple as balloons.
This poignant image reminds us to enjoy the little moments of fun, for sometimes they happen in the midst of something big and are too easily forgotten.