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These photographers captured some truly amazing moments.

These photographers captured some truly amazing moments.

vintage everyday: The Last Days of the Slums – 20 Amazing Vintage Photographs Captured Life on the Streets of Manchester in the 1960s

vintage everyday: The Last Days of the Slums – 20 Amazing Vintage Photographs Captured Life on the Streets of Manchester in the 1960s

Robert-Ang posted a photo:  Tomorrow (28 January 2017) marks the beginning of the Year of the Rooster in the Chinese calendar. Today is the last day of the Year of the Monkey.  Ideally, I should be posting a picture of a rooster here instead of a stork-billed kingfisher. I went to Jurong Eco-Garden a few times this week, hoping to photograph the red jungle fowl which resembles a rooster. Interestingly, yesterday I saw a red jungle fowl and a monkey near each other at the garden…

Robert-Ang posted a photo: Tomorrow (28 January 2017) marks the beginning of the Year of the Rooster in the Chinese calendar. Today is the last day of the Year of the Monkey. Ideally, I should be posting a picture of a rooster here instead of a stork-billed kingfisher. I went to Jurong Eco-Garden a few times this week, hoping to photograph the red jungle fowl which resembles a rooster. Interestingly, yesterday I saw a red jungle fowl and a monkey near each other at the garden…

I like the way this photo has caught the moose unawares. I'm sure the moose bolted a split second after the photographer captured this moment! Composition: The moose is in the centre of the bottom third line, and the line of trees is on the upper third line. There's a shallow depth of field, which helps the viewer focus on the moose.

I like the way this photo has caught the moose unawares. I'm sure the moose bolted a split second after the photographer captured this moment! Composition: The moose is in the centre of the bottom third line, and the line of trees is on the upper third line. There's a shallow depth of field, which helps the viewer focus on the moose.

I like this pinch cup from mixture of porcelain and stoneware... It is one of the first things I took with me when I moved to a house where I now enjoy drinking from it... and I just love how food stylist @grusaz and photographer @m_kostanjsek captured it here on photo... just like they knew it as I do... Thanks guys!  #cup #pinchpots #pinching #stoneware #porcelain #drink #tea #teatime #water #smoothie and many other #drinks #pottery #ceramiclove #ceramics #profesionalphotography…

I like this pinch cup from mixture of porcelain and stoneware... It is one of the first things I took with me when I moved to a house where I now enjoy drinking from it... and I just love how food stylist @grusaz and photographer @m_kostanjsek captured it here on photo... just like they knew it as I do... Thanks guys! #cup #pinchpots #pinching #stoneware #porcelain #drink #tea #teatime #water #smoothie and many other #drinks #pottery #ceramiclove #ceramics #profesionalphotography…

10. Military Fireworks   Military fireworks lit up the sky during World War I. Awe-inspiring and frightening in equal measure, the bright lights from trench warfare would have deterred anyone but a brave British photographer. Little did he know at the time that his amazing photograph of mortar rounds would be one of the most

10. Military Fireworks Military fireworks lit up the sky during World War I. Awe-inspiring and frightening in equal measure, the bright lights from trench warfare would have deterred anyone but a brave British photographer. Little did he know at the time that his amazing photograph of mortar rounds would be one of the most

Ansel Adams - I love the unintentional pattern that is captured here.  Obviously trees are planted in rows for logical reasons and to fit in as many as possible, but the way these trees are photographed really stresses that pattern.  I enjoy seeing patterns in nature because it is not something that is always around; I have found that noticeable patterns are more rare.  Regardless, this is a very nice photo and I like how the blooming trees are in the front.

Ansel Adams - I love the unintentional pattern that is captured here. Obviously trees are planted in rows for logical reasons and to fit in as many as possible, but the way these trees are photographed really stresses that pattern. I enjoy seeing patterns in nature because it is not something that is always around; I have found that noticeable patterns are more rare. Regardless, this is a very nice photo and I like how the blooming trees are in the front.

Dave Sandford est un photographe canadien spécialisé dans la photo sportive. Fasciné par l\\\'eau et la puissance de celle-ci, le photographe a récemment décidé de mettre de côté la photographie de sport et de s\\\'intéresser aux lacs et plus particulièrement au lac Érié. Ce lac faisant partie des 5 Grands Lacs ...

Dave Sandford est un photographe canadien spécialisé dans la photo sportive. Fasciné par l\\\'eau et la puissance de celle-ci, le photographe a récemment décidé de mettre de côté la photographie de sport et de s\\\'intéresser aux lacs et plus particulièrement au lac Érié. Ce lac faisant partie des 5 Grands Lacs ...

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