Photography

January 21, 2022

Striking Black and White Photos of Beautiful Rock Formations Found in the Western U.S.

Travel posters can help commemorate the great places that people have visited. And for those who have yet to go to a locale, a travel poster can entice them to visit. In the late 1980s, photographer Lynn Radeka came up with the idea of creating posters featuring his black-and-white images of the National Parks in the western region of the United States.

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January 19, 2022

Fog Helps Photographer Capture Rare Photo of the Milky Way and the Golden Gate Bridge

Photographer Michael Shainblum proves once again that being in the right place at the right time and keeping yourself open to creative possibilities can have big rewards. Shainblum, who is known for his stunning astrophotography, recently took a photo that he once felt was impossible. Thanks to some fog, he captured the Milky Way and San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge in the same photo.

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January 14, 2022

These Polar Bears Are Living Their Best Life on an Abandoned Island

Russian underwater and wildlife photographer Dmitry Kokh took a trip of a lifetime to an abandoned meteorological station on Kolyuchin Island. This small island, located in the Chukchi Sea, is in a remote area of the Russian arctic. While humans have long since left the area, Kokh discovered that there are other creatures making themselves comfortable.

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