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Photo Of The Day By Pierre-Emmanuel Chaillon
Photo By Pierre-Emmanuel Chaillon
Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Life Is A Long, Quiet River” by Pierre-Emmanuel Chaillon. Location: Fort Smith, Northwest Territories, Canada.
“A few pelicans resting on the rapids on the Slave River (NT),” describes Chaillon. “These pelicans had just finished fishing and were resting calmly during the last moments of brightness. This one-shot photo has a beautiful contrast between the blur of the river and sharpness of the birds. Long exposure is always challenging with animals, but in this situation it reinforces the action, or rather the calm, of the birds along this rapids.”
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