Cooked Insects are very popular in Thailand. The woman seen here is eating a water bug or mengda as it is known in Bangkok, Thailand.
Preparing for the Full Beard Freestyle event at the World Beard and Moustache Championships in the northern city of Trondheim, Norway.
A vehicle drives over a wooden bridge in the Afghan province of Daykundi on January 3, 2012. Daykundi, is one of the thirty-four provinces of Afghanistan.
Members play football during the Mudflat Olympic Games in Brunsbuettel, Germany.
A Nottingham company called Crazy Coffins has been making the unique designs alongside traditional coffins for 20 years and continue to fulfill people’s final wish.
A newly-married couple chose an unusual form of transport to their wedding reception.
A member of the British Library staff demonstrates a pair of periscope spectacles (c.1920) that allows a person to lay down while reading a book.
A man poses at a bus station in a couch that was placed there by Swedish home-furnishing giant Ikea to promote its products.
Sambath Uon, 6, rides on his pet, a 6-meter long, 120kg female python. The snake is about 6 years old, first arrived to the house when the boy was 3 months old, and refused to leave though the boy’s father carried it back to the forest three times. The boy and snake slept together for the next five years. The village believes the snake has a healing power because of its human-like qualities.
Visitors taste Beaujolais Nouveau at the open air wine spa in Hakone, Kanagawa, Japan. The spa complex launched an open air wine spa four years ago and the event takes place every year.
A model walks the catwalk during the Charlie Le Mindu Spring/Summer 2010 show as part of Blow Presents during London Fashion Week at the Royal Festival Hall on in London, England.
Gertrude Shilling wearing an unusual hat, made from small gift boxes.
A bride poses for wedding photos wearing a 200.8m long wedding dress at a sun flower garden Guangzhou, China. The 200.8m wedding dress long is 3m wide and weighs 100kg. The newlywed couple plan to apply for the Guinness World Record.
A Onewheel game during the Unicon Unicycle Championships in Wellington, New Zealand.
A man poses with 50 metal spoons stuck to his body during an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for “Most spoons on a human body”.