One of the greatest aspects of photography is that there’s always something new to learn. The journey is lifelong and provides the desire to find new places, master new software, learn the ins and outs of your camera,...
A dark, medium-size dog walks straight toward the camera as we flip through photographs, plopped in a small clearing carved into a jungle in southeastern Peru. “Short-eared dog!” Daniel Couceiro says excitedly. An ecologist working with the ecotourism company...
Photo By Les Zeppelin BaranToday’s Photo Of The Day is “Desert Dreaming” by Les Zeppelin Baran. Location: Anza Borrego Desert, California. “Dry lake, California drought,” describes Baran. “The last 12 seasons, I was following the...
An image of a woman walking on water might inspire awe under normal circumstances, but in this case it arouses something that feels more like horror. Photographer Giulio Di Sturco captured scenes like this one in his Death of...
Photo By Jessica GrantToday’s Photo Of The Day is “Heart of Africa” by Jessica Grant. Location: Mikumi National Park, Morogoro, Tanzania. “In the heart of Africa, my heart was at home,” recalls Grant. “Our jeep...
Like people, ants are often at war. The matabele ant, a small black species native to sub-Saharan Africa, often clashes with its favorite food—termites. Each time hungry ants crack open a termite mound and dive down into its shadowy...
Photo By Tim WilliamsToday’s Photo Of The Day is “Sandstorm Brilliance” by Tim Williams. Location: White Sands National Monument, New Mexico. “Thunderstorm outflow kicked up a mighty sandstorm, which luckily coincided with the sunset hour...
For the monster at the Milky Way’s heart, it’s a wrap. After completing five nights of observations, today astronomers may finally have captured the first-ever image of the famous gravitational sinkhole known as a black hole. More precisely, the hoped-for...

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