This week in the British Isles 本周英伦图辑

更新时间 2012年 8月 17日, 星期五 - 格林尼治标准时间15:28

Photo gallery: A week in the British Isles

  • Students celebrating their A-level results.
    Jump for joy! It was a nerve-wracking day 神经紧张的一天 for 335,000 pupils across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. They found out whether they had passed their toughest exams to date. Universities usually require three A-levels for undergraduate courses, but some of the brightest 最聪明的students have taken on as many as six A-levels. Photo: PA
  • Cutting grass lawn.
    Volunteers cut a large scale 大型的 checkerboard design, using just hairdressing scissors 理发剪刀, in the grass lawn 草坪 at the National Trust’s Ham House and Garden as part of a live art performance with artist Caroline Wright. Photo: PA
  • Tom Daley
    Olympic diving sensation 轰动人物 Tom Daley proved that he’s got more than just a great body. The 18-year-old heartthrob 受人迷恋或崇拜的男性 fitted his A-level studies into his gruelling 折磨人的,艰苦的 training schedule. He has been rewarded with an A in Spanish this time. Photo: PA
  • A woman with body piercing
    Elaine Davidson is the record holder for body piercing 身体穿刺,身体穿孔 in the Guinness Book of World Records with a reported 据称 9,000 piercings on her body, and counting 继续增加。 This week she was seen performing on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 爱丁堡边缘艺术节。 Photo: PA
  • Panda yang guang
    One of the UK’s two pandas celebrated his ninth birthday today - his first on British soil. Yang Guang was given a special cake and discovered some bamboo-themed presents as he celebrated his special day at Edinburgh Zoo. Photo: PA
  • A new art installation at Tate modern
    Care for a spin? 想来转转吗?This new art installation is called Whum by Jon Fawcett. It forms part of the Undercurrent exhibition in Tate Modern museum. Photo: PA

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