Creative Content’s Pic of the Week

http://gty.im/763156407 Most of us are now back at work and school after an indulgent holiday! We like how this woman seems to love her job. If you’re thinking of a change this year why not take a look at our job opening for a Production Editor.

Creative Content’s Pic of the Week

http://gty.im/108996201 Merry Christmas from this little guy and everyone at emc! Wishing you a happy and relaxed festive period.

Creative Content’s Pic of the Week

http://gty.im/sb10065877bj-002 December 1st marks the beginning of one our favourite seasons here at emc. Today is the day many of us begin our advent calendars and look forward to the time of the year when we spend time with our friends and family among the festive celebrations.

Creative Content’s Pic of the Week

http://gty.im/622003868 Happy Thanksgiving!

Creative Content’s Pic of the Week

http://gty.im/503875433 This week's pic is of the sun rising over salt formations of the Dead Sea. The Dead Sea has a salinity level of 33.7%, which is 8.6 times saltier than the ocean! The water is so dense that it is impossible to sink in the Dead Sea!

Creative Content’s Pic of the week

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 [...]

Creative Content’s Pic of the week

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!

Creative Content’s Pic of the week

http://gty.im/452024677   This week's pic was chosen by Michael, and is of a gorgeous autumnal morning at the Chicago Botanic Garden!

Creative Content’s Pic of the week

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.