SWNS photographer Adam Gray got his rewards after getting out early on the coldest day of the year. Early risers were greeted with a crisp and frosty morning as temperatures dropped overnight. Read more! What does a Princess, Burkini and a Red Rainbow have in common? SWNS is the largest independent press agency in the country. We provide the UK and overseas newspapers, magazines and websites with content every day. Here's our picture editor's photographic picks from the past week. Read more! SWNS photographers Joe Newman and Adam Gray were this week covering the latest political upheaval at Downing Street, capturing the moment David Cameron left No.10 and new Prime Minister Theresa May moved in. Read more! SWNS photographer Adam Gray was on the ground in Lille, France, and captured the emotions of England and Wales fans during the gripping encounter that saw Gareth Bale score a 30 yard belter, Jamie Vardy equalising with just his third touch of the ball, and Daniel Sturridge grabbing a late, late winner for England in the dying seconds of the game. Read more! SWNS scooped yet more press awards, winning four out of six prizes at this year’s news agency press awards, including the coveted Picture of the Year 2016 award, won by talented SWNS photographer Peter Summers. Read more! SWNS photographer Adam Gray was there to capture a photo of the President disembarking the Presidential Jet onto UK soil. After staking out the runway for hours, Adam caught the most powerful man in the world as soon as he stepped out of the jet. Read more! One of the British Army's oldest working dogs has donned goggles and boots for the largest military exercise in a decade - as it trains to support our troops on the front line. Six-year-old Scooby the springer spaniel is one of 35 hero working dogs currently taking part in Exercise Shamal Storm, the biggest military training exercise in a decade. Read more! Apart from capturing the breaking news stories each day, SWNS photographers also enjoy a spot of red carpet action at film premiers and events. This week, arriving in style and hitting the red carpet at the Curzon cinema in Mayfair, Dame Helen Mirren cut a striking figure in a classy lace dress, and our photographer was behind the red carpet to capture her. Read more! And the winner is… Votes were cast throughout December and January for the SWNS Picture of the Year 2015. One hundred of the most compelling images on the SWNS wire this year as chosen by our picture editors. Over 4,000 votes were cast and although the votes were evenly spread among the photos, there was one standout winner. It’s now time to reveal the winning photograph (drum roll please). SWNS Picture of the Year 2015 THIRD PLACE In third place with 173 votes was a Teddy bear pictured at Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall, Iceland. An amateur photographer took a string of stunning pictures of his teddy bear on holiday – after his wife refused to pose for the camera. Christian Kneidinger, 51, has captured the cuddly toy in exotic locations including Dubai and Mauritius. The father-of-two decided to put together an album last summer after he and his wife Ranati, 51, went on holiday to Iceland. This picture was chosen as the best by the SWNS picture editors and was entered into the competition. SECOND PLACE With 252 votes, one of our own (SWNS staff photographers Tom Maddick) scoops second place. Tom captured this magical image of a fallow deer roaming woodland at Wentworth Castle. […] Read more! SWNS picture editor Jon Mills and award winning staff photographer Dave Hedges left their houses at 3.30am on Saturday morning to climb up Pen y Fan, in the Brecon National Park, South Wales, in the dark and in snow that was sometimes knee deep, to try and capture the perfect sunrise. Read more! The Grand-Synthe settlement in Dunkirk is home to around 2,500 migrants who are living in conditions so squalid that aid workers say it is on the brink of a sanitation crisis. It is described as "far worse than the Calais jungle" but has largely gone unnoticed until now. Read more! Here you'll find one hundred of the most compelling images from the SWNS newswire this year as chosen by our picture editors. Help us find the winner. Simply vote for your favourites by ticking the heart icon next to each photo (you can vote for more than one). Read more! To try and beat Seasonal Affective Disorder and show you that Autumn isn't all bad, we gave our snappers a mission to try and capture the season in its full glory whilst they're out and about on the road, reporting on national news stories and features. You can see that Autumn isn't necessarily as dark, dreary and grey as we sometimes think. Read more! This is the heartwarming moment a boy burst into tears of joy after getting his beloved cat Phoenix back 18 months after he went missing. Michelle Humber and her son Ronnie, five, had gone to pick out a replacement pet when they stumbled across their old cat who had vanished from their home in Littleover, Derbyshire. Read more!