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 [...]
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/563004303 This week's pic, is a photo to make you smile. A positive event this week, was National Puppy Day in the US. Here is a naughty puppy who seems to have got into a spot of bother!
http://gty.im/142573192 This week's pic, is an aerial view of the abstract landscape of Iceland!
http://gty.im/505312173 This week's ethereal image, is of geothermal steam rising at sunrise, at the Bjarnarflag Geothermal Power Station in Iceland!
http://gty.im/505453628 With our busy day to day lives, we often forget to express our love for the people closest to us. With Valentine's day just gone, this week's pic is in theme with this day, which a celebration of love and affection you feel towards another person. [...]
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/572509273 “Stories tell us of what we already knew and forgot, and remind us of what we haven’t yet imagined.” – Anne L. Watson, author. This week is National Story Telling week! We have been using storytelling as a form of communication for thousands of years. [...]
http://gty.im/464143742 This week's pic is of a Chinese New Year Parade in Chinatown, Manhattan. New year in China is marked by the lunisolar Chinese calendar, where the date changes from year to year! Each New Year is represented by one of twelve animals, 2017 is the year of the Rooster!