Photos

A picture paints a thousand words, so here's another great way to improve your English.

Look at the picture, read the description, maybe pop along to Flickr to leave a comment (you'll need a "free" Flickr account).

Every month I choose a photograph from one of my Flickr groups to appear here.  Hopefully something interesting and informative.

This month's seasonal photo is from Judo Dad.  It's called "Feed!"  It shows a butterfly feeding off a plate of fruit.

 

The text accompanying the photograph reads, "Meal time for this butterfly."

Every month I choose a photograph from one of my Flickr groups to appear here.  Hopefully something interesting and informative.

This month's photo is from Judo Dad.  It's called "Frog's domain!"

Frogs domain!

 

By Judo Dad

The text accompanying the photograph reads, "Nymphaeaceae is the botanical name of a family of flowering plants. The family is also called the water lily family. The white water lily is the national flower of Bangladesh. It is also the birth flower for July. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia."

Every month I choose a photograph from one of my Flickr groups to appear here.  Hopefully something interesting and informative.

This month's photo is from Judo Dad.  It's called "Beach Runner" and was taken in France.  It shows a child running along a beach in Normandy, France.

Beach Runner!

 

The text accompanying the photograph reads, "During World War II Omaha Beach was the code name for one of the principal landing points of the Allied invasion of German-occupied France in the Normandy landings on June 6, 1944. The beach was located on the northern coast of France, facing the English Channel, and was 5 miles (8 km) long, from east of Sainte-Honorine-des-Pertes to west of Vierville-sur-Mer."

Every month I choose a photograph from one of my Flickr groups to appear here.  Hopefully something interesting and informative.

This month's photo is from Judo Dad.  It's called "Lover's Sunset" and was taken in Quebec.  It shows a couple sitting under a tree by a river admiring the sunset.

Lovers Sunset!

By Judo Dad

 

The text accompanying the photograph reads, "Sunset, also called sundown in some American English dialects, is the time at which the sun disappears below the horizon in the west. It should not be confused with dusk, which is the point at which darkness falls, some time after the beginning of twilight when the sun itself sets. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia."

Every month I choose a photograph from one of my Flickr groups to appear here.  Hopefully something interesting and informative.

This month's photo is from me.  It's called "Confused" and was taken in my front garden, in what is supposed to be spring.

Xmas / Easter

By Your Teacher

 

The text accompanying the photograph reads, "Happy Christmas / Easter.  Happy Easter / Christmas.  Nature is confused and so am I."