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Interesting Photo of the Day: Majestic Mountain View

Interesting Photo of the Day: Majestic Mountain View

Tent camping is supposed to be all about communing with nature. It certainly helps if there’s a postcard-worthy peak right outside your door to greet you every morning: Walasavage Photography captured this stunning view of Mt. Robson in British Columbia, Canada with a Canon PowerShot S120. As the most prominent peak in the Rocky Mountain range, […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Antelope Canyon

Interesting Photo of the Day: Antelope Canyon

Arizona isn’t always over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. There are parts that actually have snow in the winter, and the differences between southern and northern Arizona are summed up by the weather patterns. In other words, don’t expect to sunbathe in Phoenix on a winter vacation and come to Horseshoe Canyon later that week in a […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Hummingbird Swarm

Interesting Photo of the Day: Hummingbird Swarm

They say patience is a virtue and patience really pays off when you have a hummingbird feeder. Photographer Brian Maffitt set up an angled mirror attached to a tripod under his hummingbird feeder and waited patiently. Using a remote shutter release he would take a burst of shots every time a bird came to feed: Maffitt […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Miniature London

Interesting Photo of the Day: Miniature London

Tilt-shift photography, or miniature photography, can make a huge bridge look like a tiny miniature toy. Photographer Raphael CloudWhisperer67 shot this famous London bridge last year using a tilt shift lens. The lens can tilt, which gives the miniature effect and helps you control your focus on multiple planes and shift, which can help minimize distortion and is often used in […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Splitting the Catch

Interesting Photo of the Day: Splitting the Catch

Whales in some parts of the world have learned to follow the noise and activity of fishing boats in order to catch any herring near them. When the boats’ nets begin to close, the whales recognize what’s happening and take the opportunity to cut off any herring escaping the nets as they close. It’s sometimes a […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Malibu Sunset

Interesting Photo of the Day: Malibu Sunset

Synonymous with surfers, sandy beaches, and some of Hollywood’s most recognizable films and TV shows, Malibu is more than than the sum of its glitzy parts. This long exposure features a behind-the-scenes perspective—after the sunny skies have faded and the beach-goers have gone—instead offering a view of dark cliffs and wispy tidal streams against a brilliant sunset: Mark Lehrbass […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Magnificent Sky

Interesting Photo of the Day: Magnificent Sky

It’s a common habit among photographers to always make a point to carry a camera around for those “just in case” moments. Many great photographs were captured this way and the image below is no exception. The photographer, based in the Netherlands, took the shot just as the sun was receding into the plane to […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Meteor Shower

Interesting Photo of the Day: Meteor Shower

Looking like a cosmic fireworks show, today’s featured photo captures the annual Perseid meteor shower from a vantage point of Wyoming’s Snowy Range. The image you see below is actually a composite of 23 photos taken over seven hours, from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.: Photographer David Kingham, who created the composition with the help of a […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Matterhorn Alpenglow in the Swiss Alps

Interesting Photo of the Day: Matterhorn Alpenglow in the Swiss Alps

At 14,690 feet (4,478 meters) in height and boasting four steep faces surrounded by glaciers, the Matterhorn is one of the tallest and most dangerous peaks in the Alps. It’s also one of the most sought after. Throughout history, the mountain’s fierce terrain has killed over 500 alpinists, but masses of undaunted mountaineers attempt to […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Down the Drain

Interesting Photo of the Day: Down the Drain

It’s called a Bell-Mouth Spillway, and its an added safeguard against flooding at dam sites. Dams often have human controlled mechanisms for allowing water to pass through downstream, especially in cases where the water is used to generate electricity. But in the case of floods, high water spilling over the dam can damage and sometimes […]

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