http://gty.im/873518144 This week's pic is of a crisp autumnal scene last Monday, of mist rising from the River Avon. After a warm autumn in the UK, it seems winter is now arriving.
http://gty.im/664296440 Wishing everybody a lovely Bonfire night this weekend!
http://gty.im/866109552 This week’s colourful photo is taken from Ladeira Porto Geral in Sao Paulo, Brazil. In popular Mexican culture, ‘La Catrina de los toletes’ is the representation of the skeleton of a lady of high society. She is one of the most popular figures of the Día de los Muertos festival, celebrated at the [...]
http://gty.im/861996440 The UK experienced an eerie red sky this week, due to Storm Ophelia blowing dust from the Sahara Desert. This caused the sun to glow a golden yellow colour!
http://gty.im/674708268 This week's pic is of a young Kazakh eagle hunter, of the Altai Region in Western Mongolia. These eagle hunters practise a 4000 year old tradition that’s passed from generation to generation, where they tame eagles and use them for hunting.
http://gty.im/850662440 This week was London Fashion Week and here in the studio we feel that this image perfectly sums up the how the eyes of the world turn on London during this famous event.
http://gty.im/157678411 This week's pic is of some photographers at dusk, at the astronomical research facility, Mauna Kea observatories in Hawaii!
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/610001542 This week's pic is of the illuminated Sirindhorn Wararam Phu Prao Temple (Wat Phu Prao) in Thailand. The magical green glow is caused by special phosphorus colour painting on stones in the grounds, which only shows up at night!
http://gty.im/485760133 This week's pic is from the Annual Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival held in New York this week. It is held on Fifth Avenue and is a New York tradition dating back to 1870, where social aristocracy would parade their fashions! Paraders dress in colourful and [...]