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Autumn Sunrise Over Sneffels Range

Photo By Jason Hatfield Every year, I get to spend a few weeks in the mountains of Colorado photographing and teaching workshops on my favorite subject, fall color. Some years it’s too wet or dry and the season is lackluster; others, like this past season, are a spectacular combination of …

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Photo Of The Day By Ryszard Lomnicki

Photo By Ryszard Lomnicki Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Tuscany” by Ryszard Lomnicki. Location: Val d’Orcia, Italy. See more of Ryszard Lomnicki’s photography at camerapixo.com/photographers/ryszard-lomnicki. Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website …

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A 35 Year Old British Man Who Has Fashioned His Entire Life Around the Year 1946

Ben Sansum is a 35 year old man who has fashioned his entire life around the styles, technology and music of 1946. While Sansum has to put on a modern face for his job with British Airways, he always comes back to his home in Cambridgeshire, England and into the …

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Musician Serenades His Cows With an Impressive Slap Bass Solo That Makes Them Run Away

In the past we’ve posted about musicians who have serenaded shy but appreciative cows who leaned in close to enjoy the music. Unfortunately, Danny Sapko, an extremely talented bass player, didn’t have that same experience. In fact, his impressive slap bass solo just sent the cattle running away in the …

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Mirror, A Short Colorful Film Juxtaposing Similarly Shaped, Yet Otherwise Completely Unrelated Items

Grazia Pompeo and Fulvio Pucciarelli of Tanello Production have created “Mirror“, a short, colorful film that juxtaposes items that are very similar in shape, but are otherwise completely unrelated to one another. As often it happens in nature all is apparently different but essentially the basic shapes are repeated with …

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Artist Creates Amusing Comics Based on Everyday Moments of Life With His Wife

A post shared by Yehuda Devir official (@jude_devir) on Dec 30, 2016 at 3:36am PST One of Those Days is an amusing series of comics, created by artist Yehuda Devir, that are based on everyday moments of life with his wife Maya. Devir’s comics are available to view on Instagram …

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A Grateful Recipient of a Face Transplant and the Wife of the Donor Meet for the First Time

In June 2016, Andrew Sandness underwent a 50 hour surgery at the Mayo Clinic in order to restore the lower half of his face after a self-inflicted gun wound left him facially disfigured and self-conscious. The surgeons transplanted the face of a donor, the late Calen “Rudy” Ross who very …

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Processing For Neutral Fall Color Photos

Left: RAW file as captured by the camera. Right: Final image after all adjustments. Interpreting color in an image is our prerogative as photographers. Some will decry overly saturated colors as unnatural, and I’ll admit to sharing the opinion that it’s easy to go too far with color adjustments, but …

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Grand Teton Fall Color

I watched this bull elk (lower right) tussle with an aspen tree until he had lodged a sizable branch in his antlers. Feeling good about his new look, he headed toward his harem to impress the ladies. Unfortunately for him, his group of cows became frightened by his new decoration …

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Adventure Photography Assignment Winner Rebecca Wilks

Photo By Rebecca Wilks Congratulations to Rebecca Wilks for winning the recent Adventure Photography Assignment with the image, “Jumper.” “I spent enough time in the Eastern Sierra in my twenties, canoeing and backpacking, to fall in love with the Highway 395 corridor,” explains Wilks. “My first photographic trip to the …

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