People around the world are getting into the Halloween spirit and breaking out their best costumes in lead up to the 31 October holiday.
The festivities, based on the Gaelic festival of Samhain, are marked in different ways in different places. In Thailand, a young woman takes a photo in a Halloween-themed event at a shopping mall.
One of the big costumes in the US this year is presidential candidate Donald Trump, whose face has already sparked the trend of "Trumpkins", which are pumpkins decorated with his face.
Some people have also used the opportunity to dress up for a good cause, with the Unicef UK Halloween Ball in London bringing in celebrities in all kinds of costumes, including Hugh Grant in what appear to be a lion onesie.
In Japan, where Halloween is growing in popularity, the fun isn't just for kids. Adults are getting into the spirit with elaborate costumes and parties.
Rita Ora performed at the KISS Haunted House Party in Wembley Arena in London.