Photo Of The Day by Edith Howe-Byrne

Non-Iconic Horsetail Fall by Edith Howe-Byrne
Non-Iconic Horsetail Fall by Edith Howe-Byrne

Horsetail Fall in Yosemite National Park is famous for attracting photographers and non-camera-bearing visitors alike for a brief period in February. That’s when the setting sun makes the falling water look like red flame. Edith Howe-Byrne found that the scene can make for a compelling photograph at plenty of other times of the year. She submitted the photo to the Black & White Special Issue Assignment (open for submissions through tomorrow, May 7th) and it’s my selection for today’s Photo of The Day.

I select a Photo Of The Day every day. I choose the images from the various OP galleries including AssignmentsYour Favorite Places and all of the OP Contests. Also, for each issue of the magazine I go through the Assignments galleries and choose a few to be featured in The Best Of Assignments in print and I select a weekly winner to be featured on the OP home page. To get your photos into the running all you have to do is submit them.

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