Publishing Services’ Pic of the Week

http://gty.im/172958673 It’s English Tourism Week, so in today’s Pic of the Week we’re showcasing one of Britain’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Ironbridge Gorge in Shropshire was the cradle of the Industrial Revolution, and the historic iron bridge spanning the River Severn at the town of Ironbridge was the first structure in the world to [...]

Publishing Services’ Pic of the Week

Image by Brigitte Werner from Pixabay This Sunday marks Mother's day in the UK and Ireland! No excuses if you had forgotten! The celebration is a very old one and started originally possibly as a religious celebration for the mother church, called Mothering Sunday. Over the years observance of the celebration waned until [...]

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Publishing Services’ Pic of the Week

pixel2013/pixabay.com In honour of Valentine’s day yesterday, this week’s pic of the week shows the symbolism of the heart on this special day. Named in honour of the patron saint of love St Valentine, who was martyred and buried on this date. Many legends surround the life of St Valentine, including the giving [...]

Publishing Services’ Pic of the Week

It's early January, after all the indulgences and jolly celebration of Christmas and New Year, things have gone very quiet in comparison. If only we had something else to celebrate? Well today, Friday 11th January we do! It is officially 'National Step in a Puddle and Splash Your Friend Day'. Genuinely, this is not something I have made up. Officially every [...]

Publishing Services’ Pic of the Week

As the apple harvesting season is coming to a close, it is time for many apple farmers to revel in a bumper bounty, and to savour in the fruits of their hard labour. Many people in the apple industry will be making merry to celebrate the end of the harvest whilst others will simply be [...]

Publishing Services’ Pic of the Week

The long days of summer are almost over, and next week in the UK many kids will be returning to schools, but while the sun still shines we will have the beauty of butterflies with us for a little longer keeping the image of summer alive for many. The monarch butterfly, must surely rank as [...]

Publishing Services’ Pic of the Week

http://gty.im/71407097 This week’s Pic of the Week is of endurance athlete and ocean campaigner Lewis Pugh, who has taken on the challenge of swimming the 350-mile-long English Channel (Land’s End to Dover) to raise awareness of the plight of the world’s oceans. Spending up to five hours each day battling jellyfish stings, treacherous currents, and [...]

Publishing Services’ Pic of the Week

This week’s Pic of the Week is of a quiet road filled with jacaranda trees in blossom in Pretoria, the administrative capital in the northern area of Gauteng, South Africa. The trees bloom spectacularly in a gorgeous lavender colour and usually flower from September through to November. http://gty.im/130830658

Publishing Services’ Pic of the Week

This week’s Pic of the Week is of the beautiful Ribblehead Viaduct, which forms part of the Settle-Carlisle railway route through Yorkshire and Cumbria. The line runs through some of the UK’s prettiest scenery, connecting local communities and offering travellers magnificent countryside and picturesque villages and towns, so it’s on our bucket list! The 400m-long [...]

Publishing Services’ Pic of the Week

After two months of doing a grand tour of the Scottish Islands and Northern coasts, it looks like 'Wally' the Arctic walrus has finally left for cooler waters. Affectionately named after the pink blubbered cartoon character, who was Woody Woodpecker's famous adversary, Wally first landed in Scottish waters on 8th March at North Ronaldsay, before [...]