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Interesting Photo of the Day: It’s a Bear…er, Dog!

Interesting Photo of the Day: It’s a Bear…er, Dog!

It seems that pet photography can be found at almost every corner of the Internet highway. But once in a while, amidst all the “lolcats” and slobbery dogs, you’ll run across a photo of one of our furry friends that is unusual or remarkable in some way. Or in this case, enormously unusual . . […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Friendly Penguin Chats with Antarctic Tourists

Interesting Photo of the Day: Friendly Penguin Chats with Antarctic Tourists

“In Antarctica, it pays to get directions from the locals…” reads the caption posted with this fun photo. And it really does look like the fluffy young penguin is having a nice chat with two tourists. Strangely enough, the penguins don’t seem to be afraid of humans at all, which offered a prime opportunity for […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Kingfisher Lives Up to Its Name

Interesting Photo of the Day: Kingfisher Lives Up to Its Name

In today’s featured photo captured by Kevin Elsby, a brilliantly-colored kingfisher holds a tiny fish in its sharp beak as proof of its impressive fishing skills. Apparently snapped just after the catch, the photo shows water droplets still splashing from the fish’s silver scales: Sporting bright aqua and orange feathers, the bird almost seems to […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Goodbye, City Life

Interesting Photo of the Day: Goodbye, City Life

There’s nothing quite like the peaceful, wide-open spaces of the countryside. Today’s featured photo shows a father and his young son enjoying their first misty morning after moving to a 3,000-acre farm in northern Arkansas. Brad, the father in the photo, describes how the farm he and his wife and three sons moved to was […]

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Creativity & Determination to Develop Complex Film Photography Workflows

Creativity & Determination to Develop Complex Film Photography Workflows

Photographer Clyde Butcher, known for his black-and-white Florida landscapes, works with antique cameras to create dramatic, evocative portraits of the state’s natural beauty. Compelled to reveal the “real” Florida, particularly little-known and little-documented  landscapes such as the the swamps and backwoods, Butcher does his part to educate his community about the environment they live in. In a […]

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Asia’s City That Never Sleeps: Shanghai Timelapse/Hyperlapse Photography

Asia’s City That Never Sleeps: Shanghai Timelapse/Hyperlapse Photography

The collaboration of photographer Rob Whitworth and urban exploration expert JT Singh, “This Is Shanghai” captures the unique identity of the Asian metropolis, from its glittering skyline and 4,000 skyscrapers (twice as many as New York City), to back-alley restaurants and graffiti-covered streets. For this timelpase/hyperlapse presentation, Whitworth and his team sought out both iconic […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Amazing Tree Covered Street in Porto Alegre, Brazil

Interesting Photo of the Day: Amazing Tree Covered Street in Porto Alegre, Brazil

Known as the most beautiful street in the world, the Rua Gonçalo de Carvalho in Porto Alegre, Brazil is like a bit of rainforest in the middle of a metropolis. Formed by over 100 tipuana trees lining both sides of the street with serpentine branches creating a canopy overhead, the “Green Tunnel” stretches for approximately 500 […]

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Travel Photography from Paris with Love

Travel Photography from Paris with Love

Photographer Peter Turnley has been pretty much everywhere. As an internationally recognized photojournalist, he covered major world events from the mid-1980s up to the early 2000s. In the process, he found himself immersed in war and up-close-and-personal with human suffering. But he kept returning to one place as a refuge: Paris: “Paris has offered for me an […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: The Brilliant Blue of a Rolling Iceberg

Interesting Photo of the Day: The Brilliant Blue of a Rolling Iceberg

Why can’t ice cubes from our refrigerators look like this? Well, glacial ice isn’t just frozen water; it’s dense, compacted snow that gets that surreal, glowing blue hue from its crystalline structure — it scatters blue light, so that’s what we see. Whether it’s a cool, icy aquamarine or a brilliant turquoise, that glacial shade of […]

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Timelapse Photography Used to Document Construction of World’s Largest Ship

Timelapse Photography Used to Document Construction of World’s Largest Ship

Watch the biggest ship in the world being built in a mere 76 seconds. Constructed in Korea by the Maersk Line, the Triple-E is 400 meters (approximately 1,312 feet) long. Maersk partnered with the Discovery Channel to produce the presentation, which has been compiled from 50,000 photos taken over a period of three months: In […]

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