In this week’s photo selection, let’s explore a trio of Australian birds, a piggybacked baby lemur in Yorkshire, a sure-footed heron in Arizona, and more photo submissions of worldwide wildlife.
Yesterday we invited you to share your best cup and shot of coffee, and these are our favorites. Why not make a cup of good […]
Two years ago, Josh Malik didn’t think much of photography at all. The now 19-year-old photographer taught himself to use a camera and became a DIY whiz at Photoshop. Now he’s moved to Los Angeles to follow his passion.
During the second weekend of July 2014, the full moon came closest to the Earth (a phenomenon called supermoon), which will be the first of three occurrences within the summer.
On July 11-12 at dusk, droves of photographers brought out their cameras to capture the sun setting in alignment with the street grid of Manhattan, an NYC spectacle appropriately called Manhattanhenge.
Designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985, the ancient city of Petra, Jordan, offers carved-rock architecture unlike any other, some of which may have been built back in the 5th century BCE.
For this week’s Mono Monday, we’re smiling at pets, and sometimes their humans. The photos in this post are some of the nicer black and white images with animals many people keep as pets.
This week we are going to invite you to share your everyday best cup, and shot, of “Coffee.” Go to your photostream and find the most impressive photo, and share it on Twitter with @Flickr and the hashtag #TwitterTuesday.
The Wild Ones are back on the road touring locations across the U.S. and Canada to help other photographers fulfill their dreams. Read on for the details.