Photography

August 11, 2020

Wildlife Camera Trap Unexpectedly Snaps Funny Photo of Mystery Man Striking a Pose

You never know what you’ll find in the wilderness when no one is around; unless, of course, you set up a camera trap to capture the action when you’re away. That's exactly what photographer Jeff Wirth did in order to see the wildlife near his home in southwest Washington state. But when he reviewed some of his latest footage, he found that he got way more than expected.

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August 8, 2020

Photographer Finds 120-Year-Old Cat Photos After Developing Film Found in a Time Capsule

Time capsules are part of a beloved tradition dating back thousands of years. Designed to connect the past to present civilizations, they come in many shapes and forms. They can range from planned, physical objects filled with historically significant items or data from the time period of its creation (such as the Golden Record I and II on the Voyager spacecraft) to unintentional preservations of times past (such as the city of Pompeii).

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August 5, 2020

Couple Gets Engaged Under Comet That Only Appears Every 6,800 Years

Many people look to make their wedding proposal special, but for John Nicotera and Erica Pendrak it turned into a once-in-a-lifetime event. By taking advantage of an astrological event that only happens once every 6,800 years, Nicotera was able to make his engagement one to remember; and, luckily, photographer Tim Leach was on hand to capture it all.

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July 29, 2020

World’s Top Wildlife Photographers Come Together to Raise $250,000 for Africa’s Parks

Over 50 of the world's top wildlife photographers are using their art to help protect Africa's wildlife. With COVID-19 bringing tourism to a halt, precious revenue that is used to keep Africa's protected areas and conservation efforts afloat has gone with it. By donating fine art prints, wildlife photographers are hoping to raise $250,000 for the African Parks Network.

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