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October 20th, 2015

Behind The Shot: “Placid Water” By Sherwin Calaluan— Wedge Pond, Alberta, Canada

Posted By Kristan Ashworth
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Wedge Pond is located in Kananaskis Country, Alberta, Canada, and sits below Mount Kidd. This small, shallow pot lake is a great location in the fall, as it’s ringed by a variety of trees and catches the mountain’s reflection in its quiet waters. During our first visit of the season, my photo buddy Mark and …
 
September 29th, 2015

Behind The Shot: “The Beacon And The Color Of Light” By Harry Lichtman—Grinnell Point, Glacier National Park, Montana

Posted By Kristan Ashworth
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So often, photographers talk about the color of light and its influence on the interpretation of a landscape. That’s probably why landscape photographers chase the warm colorcast that’s produced near sunrise and sunset. This phenomenon was never so evident to me as in an image I took in Glacier National Park during sunrise. The view …
 
July 21st, 2015

Photo Of The Day By Dave Allen

Posted By Kristan Ashworth
"Boneyard Sunrise - Botany Bay, Edisto Island" By Dave Allen
Today’s Photo of the Day is by Dave Allen. “The beach at Botany Bay is an epic location for sure, a place where the ocean has claimed ground where mighty live oak trees once stood,” he says. “Some of these weather beaten trees still stand tall in the ocean waters. The rising sun shrouded in …
 
February 24th, 2015

Behind The Shot: Winter in the Grand Tetons by Nico DeBarmore — Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Posted By Kristan Ashworth
Sunrise on Snowy Tetons
The majesty of Grand Teton National Park is undeniable. The sheer rock faces seem to burst out from the open plains of Wyoming forming an aggressive and unmistakable sawtoothed silhouette. I’ve been there a handful of times during warmer months and now I’ve been lured back during the “dead” of winter. But if you ask me, …
 
December 16th, 2014

Photo of the Day by Gerald Macfly

Posted By Ashley Myers-Turner
'Further Down the Tree Line' by Gerald Macfly
If it’s possible to hear the early morning quiet on a crisp winter day, I do as I view Gerald Macfly’s photo ‘Further Down the Tree Line’. Macfly submitted the photo to the Winter Quiet Assignment, which is open until midnight PST today. “On a chilly quiet morning near Mount Fuji, before sunrise. The pond …
 
March 31st, 2014

Photo Of The Day by Paul Phillips

Posted By Christopher Robinson
Coral Pink Sand Dunes by Paul Phillips
Paul Phillips submitted today’s Photo Of The Day to the Leading Lines Assignment. “This picture was taken at sunrise in Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, Utah,” he writes, “I scoped the area out…
 
March 12th, 2014

Photo of The Day by Michael Ryan

Posted By Ashley Myers-Turner
A Country View by Michael Ryan
    Michael Ryan submitted today’s Photo Of The Day to the Sunrise Assignment. In the image entitled ‘A Country View,’ Ryan captures the sun rising in Marin County, Calif. “This is another one of my favorite ‘close to home’ locations. I think every photographer should look in their backyard and to identify local icons. …
 
March 7th, 2014

Photo Of The Day by Valerie Millett

Posted By Christopher Robinson
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Valerie Millett sent today’s Photo of The Day to the new Sunrise Assignment.
 
February 17th, 2014

Photo Of The Day by Scott Rubey

Posted By Christopher Robinson
First Rays On Crater Lake by Scott Rubey
Scott Rubey made this photograph of Crater Lake after considerable research and consulting sun and moon tables as well as other photos of the area. Check out his story…
 
February 11th, 2014

Behind The Shot: “Flowerbow” by Olar Barndõk – Monti Sibillini National Park, Italy

Posted By David Alexander Willis
Meadow with flowers in the valley between the hills was covered with thick layer of fog. There was cold night with minus temperature. After sunrise fog started to disappear and I saw that huge fogbow started to be visible for 10 minutes. Picture is taken in Italy, Sibillini Mountains National Park. 2 stitched images are used because 24 mm lens was too narrow. Canon EOS 5D Mark II + Canon TS-E 24 mm 3,5L II, tripod, ISO 100, f11, 1/200s
I spent my holiday in Italy where I also visited Monti Sibillini National Park. I read from the web that June is a good time to visit as there are lots of flowers, nights are cold and days are warm. This means that mountain valleys are covered with fog and at sunrise you can get …