Here's our round-up of the week's best images: From surf dogs to a Lego church…
Giant panda cubs sleeping at a nursery in the research base of the Giant Panda Breeding Centre in Chengdu, southwest China. The country has launched its once-a-decade panda census, trying to determine how many of the endangered animals live in the wild amid efforts to boost numbers.
Ed Miliband addresses appears to be waiting for divine inspiration during the annual Labour party conference at the Echo Arena on September 28, in Liverpool.
A streaker is marched off by smirking security workers during a Rugby World Cup match between Ireland and Russia at Rotorua International Stadium on September 25.
Canadian escape artist Dean Gunnarson attempts to work his way out of a chained straight jacket while hanging from a crane by a rope which is on fire during a Royal Melbourne Show preview at the Melbourne Showgrounds on September 23. The Royal Melbourne Show continues until October 4.
Participants ride a hotdog cart during the 2nd 'Balineras' race in Bogota, Columbia. Competitors race down a slope in homemade free style designed, non-motorized vehicles.
Rowers sail chocolate boats with chocolate oars and sails on September 24 on Odet river in Quimper, western France, during a parade created by regional pastry cook Georges Larnicol.
Three dogs share a surfboard during the annual Surf City Surf Dog competition at Huntington Beach in California. More surf dogs pictures here.
Bulgaria's team wins the 31st Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships in Montpellier on September 24.
The Great Gorilla Run in Londonn saw hundreds of people dressed in gorrilla suits run 7km around the City of London to raise money for the protection of the primates.
Georgia fans watch during the 2011 Rugby World Cup pool B match Georgia vs Romania in Palmerston North on September 28.
Lutz Eichholz, 25, from Germany, breaks the Guinness world record in riding a mono-cycle over bottles of beer in the city of Tel Aviv on September 26, 2011. He succeeded by riding a total length of 8.93 meters consisting of 127 bottles. The former record was 7.99 meters.
The Reformed Church in Enschede, Netherlands, holds a Sunday Service in a church made of Lego bricks. The temporary church is also available for weddings and is part of an art festival.
A rocket carrying China's first space laboratory module Tiangong-1 lifts off from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center on September 29, in Jiuquan. The unmanned Tiangong-1 will stay in orbit for two years and dock with China's Shenzhou-8, -9 and -10 spacecraft. The country's aim is to establish a manned Chinese space station around 2020.
More than 200 kites are flown over the skies of Shihmen, a coastal township in Taiwan's northern New Taipei City on September 25, part of a city government-sponsored international arts festival.
Supporters of the Hong Kong Shark Foundation stage a demonstration to raise awareness about the number of sharks killed each year for their fins. According to studies, up to 73 million sharks are killed each year, primarily for their fins used in shark fin soup. A bowl of shark fin soup can cost US$100 USD, with a single fin being worth more than US$1,300.
Fire fighters attend a drill session during the Jilin Fire Fighting Emergency Rescue Drill On Setpember 28 in Changchun, Jilin Province of China.