http://gty.im/452024677 This week's pic was chosen by Michael, and is of a gorgeous autumnal morning at the Chicago Botanic Garden!
http://gty.im/516698582 This week's pic was found by Sarah whilst doing some exciting photo research! This young Spanish girl is dressed in traditional Spanish Dress, in the Garden of Monforte (Jardí de Montfort) in Valencia, Spain.
http://gty.im/145947535 Last Sunday was International Dawn Chorus Day, which is celebrated each year on the first Sunday of May. The Dawn Chorus occurs when birds sing at the start of a new day! International Dawn Chorus Day is a worldwide celebration, where hundreds of early-morning events take place [...]
http://gty.im/96345748 This week's pic, is of the sunken village of Fabbriche di Careggine in Tuscany, Italy. A water dam called Lake Vagli has submerged the village, however every decade the basin must be drained, exposing the eerie lost village.
http://gty.im/657725420 This week's pic is of Istanbul's famous Galata tower last Saturday evening, ahead of its lights being switched off for an hour, in aid of the Earth Hour movement. Earth Hour was started by the WWF in 2007, now millions of people around the world set aside an [...]
http://gty.im/648454170 This week's pic is of India's preparations for the upcoming festival of Holi, also known as the 'festival of colours'. The Holi festival is a Hindu spring festival, and is celebrated around the world, but mostly in India and Nepal. In India the festival marks [...]
http://gty.im/632069396 This week's pic is of giraffes looking out of the Giraffe House at Chester Zoo for the first time! Teachers how do you measure growth, height or otherwise?
http://gty.im/525334011 Today marks the annual celebration of apples! Apple Day traditionally falls on October 21st, and is mainly celebrated in the UK. It is a celebration of the hundreds of apple varieties and orchards across the country. This lovely image of some Braeburn apples and autumn leaves really captures [...]
http://gty.im/544045006 Love this image of Maja, a 40-year-old elephant in Berlin! ELT teachers, we’d love to know how would you use an image like this in the classroom! Let us know in the comments section below.