A display in the Princess of Wales Conservatory at Kew Gardens in London.
North and east London on a cold morning just after sunrise.
Found near Imber village on the ranges of Salisbury Plain during an open day.
An installation by Rhys Coren at the Royal Academy of Arts which was part of the Lumiere London festival.
A work by Grayson Perry, called "In Praise of Shadows", featured in a major new exhibition of British ceramic art at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge. The exhibition, called "Things of Beauty Growing", explored the evolution of British ceramic art over the past half a century. Other artists featured included Clare Twomey, Lucie Rie, Bernard Leach and Hans Coper. The show was organised in partnership with Yale University in the USA.
Model Jessie Baker at RHS Garden Wisley in Surrey ahead of the opening of a new exhibit called Butterflies in the Glasshouse, which features over 50 tropical butterflies from all over the world.
An art installation in the grounds of Kew Gardens in London.
Miguel Mantovani, frontman of The Cuban Brothers, performing at Alex James' Big Feastival.
Former Tornado pilot Rich Goodwin flies his Pitts S2S muscle biplane sideways during an astonishing performance at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.
A close-up of an image of an owl projected on to the façade of Compton Verney in Warwickshire. It was part of a night-time event called In-Light II by the artist Luxmuralis.
On a foggy afternoon.
The legendary former striker seen at the London Boat Show clutching the Jules Rimet World Cup Trophy, which he helped to win for England thanks to a hat-trick scored in the 1966 final.
HRH The Princess Royal smiles during a conversation with an exhibitor at the London Boat Show.
A visitor examines a work by Edmund da Waal, called "A Place Made Fast". It was part of a major new exhibition of British ceramic art at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge. Called "Things of Beauty Growing", it explores the evolution of British ceramic art over the past half a century. Other artists featured included Grayson Perry, Clare Twomey, Lucie Rie, Bernard Leach and Hans Coper. The show was organised in partnership with Yale University.
Half of the team put on a show at RAF Scampton, after four aircraft were grounded as a precaution due to one of them failing a pre-takeoff engine test.
A Sunseeker yacht at the London Boat Show.
A British Airways A380 super-jumbo passes in front of an orange midday Sun. The effect was caused by dust sucked up by the storm which filtered out blue light.
An image of a lion projected on to the Georgian façade of the main building at Compton Verney Art Gallery and Park in Warwickshire. It was part of a night-time "son et lumière" event called In-Light II staged by the artist Luxmuralis.
Stephen Metcalfe MP admires a working 1:72 scale model of the former Royal Navy flagship HMS Ark Royal in his role as the government's envoy for the Year of Engineering. It was displayed at the London Model Engineering Exhibition.
Karl Foulkes Halbard pilots the Bluebird K3 on a test run at Bewl Water in Kent. He headed a team which restored Sir Malcolm Campbell’s hydroplane powerboat that set three world water speed records in 1938.
Former Royal Engineers Bomb Disposal Unit member Paul Hull and the ruins of Brighton's West Pier in the background on Armistice Day.
The offices of Members of Parliament with the London Eye in the background.