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Interesting Photo of the Day: Leading Lines at Mont Saint Michel

Interesting Photo of the Day: Leading Lines at Mont Saint Michel

Just off the northwestern coast of Normandy, France, sits a tiny, lush island named Mont Saint Michel. The island, which is populated by a whopping 44 residents and herds upon herds of sheep, gets its name from the sizable monastery that calls it home: the beautiful Chemins de la Baie du Mont Saint Michel. Many photographers have documented the monastery’s beauty, but in […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Rare View of Yosemite Under Moonlight

Interesting Photo of the Day: Rare View of Yosemite Under Moonlight

On a hazy night in August, landscape photographer Coty Spence and several friends stopped at a pullout near Yosemite National Park’s Gates of the Valley viewpoint. After a productive evening shooting long exposures at Glacier Point, the group was beat and ready for some shuteye. That’s when Spence noticed the fog. It was thick—so thick, in fact, that […]

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How to Remove Fence Lines from Zoo Photos

How to Remove Fence Lines from Zoo Photos

Zoos and wildlife-oriented parks provide perfect opportunities to photograph exotic and often dangerous wildlife without traveling halfway across the world to stalk them in their natural habitats. However, thick security fences often make it difficult to create truly excellent shots. In the following video, photographer Glyn Dewis provides a detailed walk-through of a useful Photoshop technique that will […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: 10-Minute Exposure of Yosemite Valley

Interesting Photo of the Day: 10-Minute Exposure of Yosemite Valley

You’ve heard it said that it’s difficult to take a bad photograph in Yosemite National Park—especially in Yosemite Valley. Most park visitors create essentially identical photos from established viewpoints, but landscape photographer Phil Hawkins‘ gorgeous long exposure of the valley on a misty winter’s night is unlike anything we’ve ever seen: Hawkins has spent the last 29 years of his career […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Breaking Wave at the Perfect Moment

Interesting Photo of the Day: Breaking Wave at the Perfect Moment

Through the strategic use of color, low powered flash, and slightly slow shutter speeds, water photographer Matt Clark‘s stunning photographs of breaking waves and surfers communicate his deep love affair with the sea and evoke powerful emotions in viewers. Gaze long enough, in fact, and Clark’s work might just wreck any negative preconceptions that you might hold about the […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Little Snow Monkey Enjoys the Hot Springs

Interesting Photo of the Day: Little Snow Monkey Enjoys the Hot Springs

Winter is harsh in Japan’s mountainous Jigokundani Monkey Park, with heavy snow covering the ground for more than one third of the year and temperatures often plummeting below -15 °C. Why then, of all places, would a large population of Japanese Macaques—that is, snow monkeys—choose to make their home there in “Hell’s Valley,” where cliffs […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: All the World’s Ablaze in this Canadian Mountain Valley

Interesting Photo of the Day: All the World’s Ablaze in this Canadian Mountain Valley

DIRE WARNING:  Look away right now unless you wish to be gripped by an irresistible urge to move to Canada immediately. If you choose to continue forward, please also remember that it is impossible to climb through your screen and pitch a tent inside landscape photographer Marc Adamus‘ gorgeous image of this river valley in Yukon’s Ogilvie Mountains at […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Infrared Long Exposure of an Iconic Icelandic Waterfall

Interesting Photo of the Day: Infrared Long Exposure of an Iconic Icelandic Waterfall

Small yet mighty Kirkjufellsfoss Waterfall, which is located near the town of Grundarfjörðu, may be one of West Iceland’s most photographed waterfalls, but few have documented it like Stanley Klasz—as an infrared long exposure: Infrared photography requires specialized equipment that can detect wavelengths of light that are otherwise invisible to the human eye and even high quality traditional camera sensors. Klasz […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Christmas Market in Bremen, Germany

Interesting Photo of the Day: Christmas Market in Bremen, Germany

In the wake of recent events around the world, it might be hard for you to get connected to that sense of hope and peace that’s supposed to accompany the Christmas holiday season. We have a remedy for that. This gorgeous photograph of Bremen, Germany’s wintry Christmas Market is bound to help you experience some warm holiday […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Fiery Winter Sunset in Montana

Interesting Photo of the Day: Fiery Winter Sunset in Montana

Next time you hear someone insist that December skies are always “gloomy,” show that Grinch this dramatic image of a fiery winter sunset, which was photographed by Reddit user uscmissinglink‘s sister in southern Montana: The photo was created in Custer Gallatin National Forest, which encompasses over 3.1 million acres of wilderness in Montana and South Dakota and serves as a gateway Yellowstone National Park.

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