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Interesting Photo of the Day: An Idaho Backpacker

Interesting Photo of the Day: An Idaho Backpacker

How did you spend your summer? Reddit user sinisterspud spent much of his hiking through the mountains of Idaho. If the photo evidence is any indication, it was a good summer: The shot was taken during a trip to Baron Lake, an area surrounded by mountains, nestled between the national forests of Sawtooth, Boise, and Salmon-Challis. […]

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9 Tips for Taking Better Indoor Photos

9 Tips for Taking Better Indoor Photos

Shooting interiors can be tricky, precisely because they seem so easy. Heavy equipment isn’t an issue. You have full control over lights. You can (usually) re-arrange items in the room to suit your eye. But that all-encompassing responsibility can feel overwhelming. Where should you stand? What should you look for? How should you control the […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Colors Over Everest

Interesting Photo of the Day: Colors Over Everest

Sure, you’ve seen photos of Mt. Everest. You may have even seen a rainbow over Mt. Everest. But have you ever seen an upside-down rainbow over Mt. Everest? This shot—which sacrifices underexposure on the mountain to emphasize the dazzling color of the rainbow—was taken by Neha Gadhari, a hiker and NatGeo community member who stumbled upon […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Falling Earth

Interesting Photo of the Day: Falling Earth

“We must take care of the world we live on.” That’s what Markus Reugels, a German micro-image and liquids photographer, said of this remarkable shot, in which he captured the whole world in a single drop of water: The shot may look simple, but it’s the product of an intensely complex photo shoot. Reugels spends hours on […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: 747 Through the Fog

Interesting Photo of the Day: 747 Through the Fog

Just in case you forgot how intrinsically majestic airplanes were, Alex Esguerra is here to remind you. An aviation photography specialist, Esguerra captured this image of a Boeing 747 taking off at San Francisco International Airport, at the end of Runway 28R, cutting through the fog and leaving the sun behind: The image speaks for […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: A Speedy Snail

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Speedy Snail

Snails are so slow they’ve become a metaphor for lack of speed. “At a snail’s pace”, “snail mail”—none of these are complimentary. That’s what makes Manuel Cafini‘s shot of a snail zooming along in an isolated black abyss so profoundly perplexing: It’s a bit of a mystery how the enigmatic Cafini shot this one. It’s […]

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How to Find Interesting Photos in “Boring” Locations

How to Find Interesting Photos in “Boring” Locations

Most photographers would consider the New Forest in southern England an absolute joy to shoot. It’s colorful, expansive, peaceful and exotic, filled with birds, deer and livestock. But for Mike Browne, it’s boring old home—a place he’s lived nearby for dozens of years, and shot more times than he cares to count. And yet, that’s exactly why he […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Stray Cat in Strasbourg

Interesting Photo of the Day: Stray Cat in Strasbourg

It’s so hyper-realistic, it looks ripped from a comic book: a stray cat treads the cobblestone road of Strasbourg, France, sieged by a bright moon, dark clouds and picturesque olden European homes. If the image looks too good to be true, that’s because it is; it’s a composite image, the trademark style of Moldovan photographic artist Igor […]

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19 Rare & Haunting Photographs That Will Make You Reconsider History

19 Rare & Haunting Photographs That Will Make You Reconsider History

Some images define history: an early snapshot of the Statue of Liberty; Neil Armstrong first setting foot on the moon; a defiant man standing before a tank in Tiananmen Square; the Beatles walking down Abbey Road. But the other angles are rarely seen: the Statue of Liberty under construction in France, for example; or the […]

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Photographer Captures the Adorable Friendship Between an Owl and a Dog

Photographer Captures the Adorable Friendship Between an Owl and a Dog

Hoo’s a good boy? The Internet has been won over by a German Shepherd named Ingo and his best friend, Poldi the owl. Check out this album of magical, golden-hour shots: For his part, Poldi seems perpetually surprised at whatever’s going on, while Ingo looks a little more on the sleepy side. Neither seems to […]

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