Photo of the Day: Run Cookie, Run!

A participant dressed as a gingerbread man races at the annual “City 2 Surf Fun Run” in central Sydney August 11, 2013. According to organizers, more than 85,000 entered the race that covered 14 km (8.7 miles) from Sydney’s central business district to Bondi Beach, raising funds for charity. (Daniel Munoz/Reuters)

Photo of the Day: Dog in a Baby Stroller

A dog looks out from a baby stroller while its owner buys vegetables in a market in Beijing August 9, 2013. China’s consumer inflation steadied in July although factory-gate deflation persisted for a 17th month, official data showed on Friday, pointing to monetary policy on hold as Beijing tries to arrest a slowdown that has run for more than two years. (Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters)

Photo of the Day: Clouds of Gibraltar

A cloud partially covers the tip of the Rock of the British territory of Gibraltar at sunrise from La Atunara port before Spanish fishermen sail in their fishing boats with their relatives to take part in a protest at an area of the sea where an artificial reef was built by Gibraltar using concrete blocks, in Algeciras bay, La Linea de la Concepcion in southern Spain August 18, 2013. For just over an hour some 30 fishing boats circled where 70 3-tonne concrete blocks were dropped in July to form a reef that Spain said was not legal and prompted the government to ramp up border checks with the British overseas territory. (Jon Nazca/Reuters)

Photo of the Day: Free As A Bird

A warbler is released from the ringing hut after being recorded on a private reserve in East Sussex on August 21, 2013 in Rye, United Kingdom. The BTO are currently in the process of recording migrating hirnundines and other birds at the reserve. Hirundines comprise of Sand Martins, House Martins and Swallows, all of which roost in high numbers on the reserve over summer before continuing their migratory route back to Africa. The reserve is close to the East Sussex coast, and forms an ideal habitat for many resident and migratory birds, comprising of low lying reedbeds and marshy peat bog. The site is one of the worlds largest ringing stations, and with the help of BTO staff, trained ringers and volunteers as many as 1000 hirundines can be ringed in one evening at this time of year. Many other birds are also ringed including Nightjar, Grasshopper Warbler and Sparrowhawk. Volunteers capture the birds using long mist nets which are erected and run through the reedbeds before the birds come in to roost every evening. The birds details are then recorded before being released the following morning to contiinue it’s journey. The Information gathered including age, weight and sex allows the BTO to monitor long-term population and global migration patterns which is important for conservation. (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

Photo of the Day: Cozy Place

A damselfly is captured landing on a lizard’s head by photographer Monica Anantyowati, in Malang City, East Java, Indonesia, on August 12, 2013. (Caters News)

Photo of the Day: Have a Cigar?

A monkey faces a man as it is photographed at Landport Tunnel in downtown Gibraltar, south of Spain. Britain warned Spain on Monday it might take legal action to try to force Madrid to abandon tighter controls at the border with the contested British overseas territory of Gibraltar in what it called an “unprecedented” step against a European ally. (Photo by Jon Nazca/Reuters)

Photo of the Day: Be Safe, Be Seen!

A Dutch man and his mother take no chances with safety while navigating traffic with their extremely visible fluorescent scoot mobiles, equipped with a large amount and variety of horns, bells, claxons and sirens in Wassenaar, Netherlands. The couple, who dress in fluorescent safety suits and live by the motto ‘Be Safe, Be Seen’, often receive acknowlegment from passing motorists and even police patrols. (Michel Porro/Getty Images)

Photo of the Day: Two of Us

Two geese look out of step as they are surrounded by a massive flock of Red Winged Blackbirds. (John Fan/Solent News)

Photo of the Day: Learning to Fly

Nine-year-old cousins Rose Brewer and Flame Brewer wingwalk over Rendcomb airfield in Gloucestershire, to become the world’s youngest formation wingwalkers. The two girls who flew on vintage Boeing Stearman biplanes, were inspired to do so by the plight of Eli Crossley who suffers from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. His parents have set up the Duchenne Children’s Trust to raise money to research a treatment or cure in time to save Eli’s life. (Tim Ireland/Getty Images)

Photo of the Day: The Call Me Mom

A female dog feeds a 10-day-old tiger cub and her puppy at a zoo in Hefei, Anhui province, July 26, 2013. The tigress, who is a first time mother, was deemed incapable of feeding her young because of insufficient milk production, according to zoo authorities. (REUTERS/Stringer)

Photo of the Day: Helter Skelter

An inquisitive owl tilts her head to the side to pose for the camera. The young female burrowing owl took a shine to photographer Leonardo Casadei, 35, from her perch in a palm tree in Brazil. Mr. Casadei watched as the light brown-and-white bird turned her head back and forth to get a better look at him. (Leonardo Casadei/Solent News & Photo Agency)

Photo of the Day: My Way

A tortoise makes its way through mud in Kfar Kila village near the Lebanese-Israeli border, in south Lebanon, on July 29, 2013. (Ali Hashisho/Reuters)

Photo of the Day: Heatwave is Over

Heatwave is over: While millions of Brits swap sun hats for brollies this resourceful frog was snapped sheltering from the rain, using a leaf as an umbrella, on July 24, 2013. (Penkdix Palme/Newsteam/SWNS)

Photo of the Day: Shape of a Heart

Shape of a heart is made using the reflection of an amphitheater in the center of London, on July 25, 2013. Known as “The Scoop”, the site attracts people who like to have lunch outdoors. (Leon Neal/AFP Photo)

Photo of the Day: Fish Hunter

A monkey plays in a pond surrounded by Koi at a wildlife park in Hefei, China, on July 16, 2013. (Reuters)