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Interesting Photo of the Day: A Cloud of Tadpoles

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Cloud of Tadpoles

In British Colombia, Canada, thousands of tiny tadpoles swim beneath the surface of a lily pad covered lake. Capturing this type of incredible and highly unusual scene is the norm for New Zealand underwater photographer Eiko Jones: Since picking up his first DSLR at the age of 14, Jones has been photographing the natural world—from […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Stormy Day Sunset in the Canadian Rockies

Interesting Photo of the Day: Stormy Day Sunset in the Canadian Rockies

It’s hard to describe the exact moods evoked by Marc Adamus’s image “Light of the Storm.” The dark and menacing is rivaled by a warm and hopeful brightness—a beautiful visual example (and potentially metaphorical representation) of the ending of a storm. The image was captured from the lakeshore’s edge just as setting sun rays broke through […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: A “Traditional” Norwegian Photograph

Interesting Photo of the Day: A “Traditional” Norwegian Photograph

This is one epic portrait that also doubles as a picture-perfect postcard from Norway. Fifteen-year-old Andrea Weka, from Sogndal, Norway, climbed hundreds of feet up Slogan Mountain to find the most gorgeous backdrop for her portrait taken by photographer MA Ortiz. Many have dubbed this “quintessentially Norwegian”: The 5,000 foot mountain is found in the […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: An Ant Investigates a Marble

Interesting Photo of the Day: An Ant Investigates a Marble

Even the miniscule can be boldly beautiful. Thanks to the macro lens, we can capture the extreme beauty in the tiniest subjects—things that might otherwise be overlooked. This ant seems to be tip-toeing off a water droplet on the surface of a pond: But not everything is as it seems. A reflective marble sits motionless […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Building Reflections

Interesting Photo of the Day: Building Reflections

Modern versus traditional, sleek versus ornamental. The old architecture of Midtown, New York City is reflected in the new. Reflections are a wonderful thing and allow us to do just that: reflect. “Inception: New York” was taken by famous HDR photographer Trey Ratcliff on a stroll from Bryant Park on his way to the Facebook […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Deer at Sunset in Bushy Park, England

Interesting Photo of the Day: Deer at Sunset in Bushy Park, England

It doesn’t happen often, but sometimes we get to capture that one perfect moment and everything in the world seems right. It’s one of those “yes” moments that makes photography so gosh darn rewarding. Rhodri Williams (also known as Voyez L’esprit on Flickr) found this buck resting in the grass just as the sun started […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Inside a Buddhist Cave Temple

Interesting Photo of the Day: Inside a Buddhist Cave Temple

For us, Datdawtaung Cave is the perfect setting for a beautifully lit and composed photograph. But for many Buddhist monks, it is a place of peace, meditation, and spiritual enlightenment. This image by Burmese photographer Lin Tun beautifully captures the cave: Datdawtaung cave is located near the town of Kyauk Sel in the Mandalay region of Myanmar. […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Starry Skies Over the Island of Sylt

Interesting Photo of the Day: Starry Skies Over the Island of Sylt

Perseverance always prevails in the photography world. German photographer Thomas Zimmer waited over four hours in ice cold seaside winds to capture this stunning shot of starry skies on the west coast of the German island Sylt. The photograph is appropriately titled My God, It’s Full of Stars: But the image itself was a bit of a […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Beautiful Winter Scene In Kyoto, Japan

Interesting Photo of the Day: Beautiful Winter Scene In Kyoto, Japan

It’s amazing how a light dusting of snow can completely transform an already beautiful scene. This serene image of the snow covered Daigo-ji temple in Fushimi-ku, Kyoto was taken by the talented Japanese photographer Azul Obscura: Daigo-ji is a UNESCO world heritage site and an important example of a Shingon Buddhist temple. The largest temple […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: LED Light Painting

Interesting Photo of the Day: LED Light Painting

You have a true artist on your hands when there is zero post production involved in a photograph. Janne Parviainen, a Finnish artist, creates astounding light painting photographs using various light sources and long exposure times. This piece is titled “Days of Our Lives”: A 24 minute exposure time allowed Parviainen to trace the entire […]

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