A village-wide tomato fight and homemade flying machines? Check out some of this week's weird -- and wonderful -- photos.
Performers dance at the Notting Hill Carnival, Europe's biggest street festival, in west London. It has been held every year since 1965 over the August bank holiday.
Nina Bratchikova of Russia returns a shot against Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland during their women's singles first round match on Day 2 of the 2012 US Open at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in the Flushing, Queens, NYC.
A reveler pours tomato pulp over another at the annual La Tomatina Festival in the Mediterranean village of Bunol, near Valencia, Spain. The origin of the tomato fight is disputed - everyone in Bunol seems to have a favorite story -- but most agree it started around 1944.
Torch bearers carry the Paralympic flame across the famous Abbey Road pedestrian crossing, near The Beatles former recording studio in London.
Balinese Hindus arrive to celebrate the religious festival Galungan at the Jagat Natha temple in Denpasar, Bali. The Hindu followers celebrate Galungan Day to thank God for the creation of the Earth and its content.
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key rides on a Pa'at held up by students from Avarua Primary School during the Opening Ceremony of the Pacific Islands Forum in the Cook Islands. The leaders of the 16-nation grouping were greeted by this warm, Polynesian welcome.
Models pose on the runway during the Fadi El Khoury S/S 2013 Fashion Show in Stockholm as fashion weeks get underway around the world.
Fearless participants operate a homemade flying machine during the Red Bull Flugtag (Flight Day) event in Brasilia, the capital of Brazil.
Patroness Kasia Smutniak attends a photocall at the Laguna Terrace during the 69th Venice International Film Festival in Venice, Italy.
Street entertainers perform on the Royal Mile on the final day of the 66th annual Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the largest arts festival in the world, in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Yawalapiti men wrestle as part of this year's 'quarup,' a ritual held over several days to honor the death of a person of great importance to them, in Xingu National Park, Mato Grosso State. This year the Yawalapiti tribe honored 2 people -- a Yawalapiti Indian who they consider a great leader, and Darcy Ribeiro, a well-known author, anthropologist and politician known for focusing on the relationship between native people and education in Brazil.
Delegates stand for a prayer and the US national anthem at the start of the second session of the Republican National Convention in Tampa, FL.