Erin McHugh (Brighton, England)
Oxford Cultural Talks (Oxford University Press)
From worm charming to wife-carrying, discover the weird and wonderful competitions of Britain. In addition to these curious competitions, students will learn about traditional British sporting events including cricket, horse racing at Ascot and the Boat Race between the University of Cambridge and the University of Oxford.
Creado con imágenes de sefton Marks - "untitled image" • Jeff Griffith - "Horse Race at Tampa Bay Downs" • cheng feng - "untitled image" • Virgil Cayasa - "It’s all about having fun" • sefton Marks - "untitled image" • Barni1 - "maori painted warrior" • Nydegger - "maori men jump" • Jack Hamilton - "Lily, Rosemary, and the Ace of Spades" • Matt Flores - "untitled image" • israel palacio - "Sing your Heart out!" • MARCIN CZERNIAWSKI - "untitled image" • Erica Magugliani - "It was the Vernichtungslager (extermination camp) of the complex. It was the immense camp in which over one million and one hundred thousand people lost their lives, overwhelmingly Jews, Russians, Poles and Gypsies. The victims were taken to the gas chambers immediately after the typical selection of the incapacitated at work on the arrival of the convoys." • Nick de Partee - "Unsplash Photo Walk Portland" • CDC - "This illustration depicts a three-dimensional (3D), computer-generated image of a group of anaerobic, spore-forming, Clostridium sp. organisms. The artistic recreation was based upon scanning electron microscopic (SEM) imagery. Note that a number of these organisms had assumed a safety-pin, or club-shape, indicating that they had entered what is known as an endospore phase, which is a tougher, dormant phase, resistant to heat and UV-radiation."