A five-metre tall, 15-metre long inflatable sea turtle created by artist BJ Price is towed around Sydney Harbour past the iconic Harbour Bridge and Opera House to celebrate the opening of the Worldâs First Undersea Art Exhibition at SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium on August 15, 2014.
This picture taken on August 1, 2014 shows a dead whale shark being carried on a tractor in a seafood wholesale market in Xiangzhi township in Quanzhou, east China's Fujian province. Local fishermen caught the whale shark which they thought was a "sea monster" and reported to local police after returning from the sea, local media reported.
Revellers take part in the annual "tomatina" festivities in the village of Bunol, near Valencia on August 27, 2014. Some 22,000 revellers hurled 130 tonnes of squashed tomatoes at each other drenching the streets in red in a gigantic Spanish food fight known as the Tomatina.
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano erupts near Banos August 24, 2014. Tungurahua, which means "Throat of Fire" in the local Quechua language, has been classified as active since 1999. Picture taken August 24, 2014.
People arrive at Pier 97 in New York August 6, 2014 for the "Drop Your Pants and Dance for Underwareness" to help support the 65 million Americans who experience bladder leakage by bringing the condition and Depend Underwear out of hiding. For every pants drop, photo and video shared using #Underwareness and #DropYourPants, Depend Underwear will donate $1, up to $3 million over the next three years to charitable organizations that advance the research and education of bladder leakage.
A woman displays body-paintings of her eye and her mouth on the back of her hands after Japanese body-painting artist Hikaru Cho (unseen in this picture) painted at an art event called "Future en-nichi" in Tokyo on August 6, 2014. En-nichi is a popular Japanese summer festival and 12 contemporary artists exhibit through to August 10
Because of this early lesson, to this day, I walk around New York City with blinders on, staring straight ahead until I reach my destination. Clearly, there are plenty of people just like me because as a new social experiment reveals, New Yorkers are oblivious. Model Pranksters TV painted a woman’s legs to look like she was wearing jeans and then she walked around the streets of midtown.