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Interesting Photo of the Day: Autumn in Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains

Interesting Photo of the Day: Autumn in Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains

Autumn’s officially in full bloom, and in case you needed any proof, landscape photographers are out in force to capture the reds and oranges of North America’s forests. Case in point: this serene river shot out of Tennessee: Reddit user IsaacMTSU took this image off Little River Road. It was quite shady, so he kept the shutter speed open […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Italy’s Mystical Dolomites

Interesting Photo of the Day: Italy’s Mystical Dolomites

The Dolomites, found in Italy’s northern Alps, are 18 mind-boggling peaks of vertical rock walls, steeples, densely packed valleys and hidden fossils that evidence Mesozoic systems from 250 million years ago, protected by the UNESCO World Heritage Convention. Prone to landslides and floods, the Dolomites are no strangers to tempestuous weather; with a little patience, […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Neil Armstrong After First Setting Foot on the Moon

Interesting Photo of the Day: Neil Armstrong After First Setting Foot on the Moon

Here’s a twist on an old story: On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first man to ever walk on the moon, cementing the United States as a global powerhouse and exploding the minds of Star Trek fans everywhere. This, we know. We’re often subjected to the standard shots taken by Buzz Aldrin of […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Pebbles on a Montana Lakeshore

Interesting Photo of the Day: Pebbles on a Montana Lakeshore

Glacier National Park is one of the greatest natural parks in North America. Spanning over a million acres and two mountain ranges at the United States-Canada border, it’s home to more than a thousand plant species and hundreds of animals—to say nothing of its sheer natural beauty, even when there’s not a single living creature […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset Over Banff

Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset Over Banff

Canada is home to some of the world’s most beautiful landscapes, and Banff, Alberta, has become the poster child for Canadian nature. Surely Andrew Caitens, Australian born and now living near the Canadian Rocky Mountains, would agree, as he snapped this gorgeous vertical landscape from the second Vermillion Lake, a few minutes from Banff: Caitens captured […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Milky Way Over Joshua Tree National Park

Interesting Photo of the Day: Milky Way Over Joshua Tree National Park

Ian Norman runs Lonely Speck, a fun how-to website that tries to simplify Milky Way photography. A little over a month ago, he drove out to Joshua Tree National Park, found a good spot to set up camp and woke up at 3:30 a.m. to snap this majestic shot: This moment was captured with a Canon […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Into the Valley of Fog

Interesting Photo of the Day: Into the Valley of Fog

Sometimes, the most fortuitous shots come from the most annoying trips. Take Elia Locardi‘s example from Greece a few years back; the travel photographer waited for hours in a foggy Meteora, a sacred site in Greek Orthodoxy, to snap a photo of the famous sandstone pillars and gorgeous natural scenery. But the fog wouldn’t quit, even after Locardi […]

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Timelapse Photographer Takes Us Aboard a Container Ship

Timelapse Photographer Takes Us Aboard a Container Ship

Have you ever wondered how international trade really works? Not in the abstract sense of government policies and tariffs, but how things really, physically, get from point A to point B? In comes this mesmerizing timelapse, spanning a day in the life of a shipping freight: This comes from Toby Smith, who’s made something of a name for […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Rainbow and Lightning Over Crater Lake

Interesting Photo of the Day: Rainbow and Lightning Over Crater Lake

Mark Metternich witnessed the sunset of a lifetime at Crater Lake National Park. Not only did he capture a pretty landscape, he also managed to get a rainbow and a lightning strike in one frame: Metternich used a Sony A74 with a Canon 14mm lens to get the shot. His settings were 0.3 seconds, f/5.6, […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Urban Density in Hong Kong

Interesting Photo of the Day: Urban Density in Hong Kong

Hong Kong consistently ranks as one of the world’s most densely populated cities, but what that actually means for people living there is often lost on outsiders. If you ever wondered what it’s like to look up at a sliver of sky from amidst a jungle of skyscrapers, this is it: The shot comes from travel photographer […]

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