Title: Breaking Dawn
Location: Antelope Canyon
Date: June, 2015
Photographer: Shengwen Yang, Rochester, N.Y.
“The Washington Post 2015 Travel Photo Contest Winner”
June 5, 2015, 4912 × 2760, SONY NEX-5T
This was taken at the Antelope Canyon, Arizona. What appears to be a sand dune stretching into a rising sun is actually the cliff of the canyon, formed by Navajo Sandstone. The photo was shot from the bottom of the canyon, vertically towards the top where the light comes from. However there is no sky visible, meaning no direct sunlight. The purpose of that is to lower the contrast in brightness so you can see the full detail of the cliff without dark spots yet still keep the picture bright enough. The Antelope Canyon is such a natural wonder. One has to be there to fully appreciate the uncanny workmanship of Mother Nature. I was trying to capture even if just one percent of the brilliance and I know that effort can look futile a lot of the times. So I tried to approach it with a special angle, an angle that makes viewers wonder what they are seeing and how it comes to be, just like I couldn’t help wondering how nature created the Antelope Canyon.
Shengwen Yang, USA
Vera Misha McDonald, USA
Various colored plastic and paper surfaces collected shadow projections from venetian blinds on a bright sunny day. The line patterns can vary depending on how open or closed the blinds are
set at. Varying camera positions capture different illusions of
spatial depth and movement.
Harry Umen, USA
Вид на южный Манхеттен.
Leonid Shraybman, USA
From the series "About swans"
Dedicated to the 175th anniversary of the birth of P.Tchaikovsky
fenced in meadow
fenced in meadow with dramatic clouded sky
joe arrigo, USA
Atlanta city during twilight.
Sandipani Chattopadhyay, USA
New Zealand fur seals in Kaikoura barking to prove their statuses.
Kalina Troutman, USA
Nosce te ipsum
Фото работа подразумевает некий переход от Модной девушки (блудной) в правильную.
Sergey Mayboga Photography (New-York)
Sergey Mayboga, USA
Stream below the Hidden Lake Trail in Glacier National Park
Eric Thomson, USA
A critical look of cultural appropriation in fashion
Grace Spencer, USA
The Woman in Black
I caught this woman walking in Big Tree State Park in Longwood, Florida. The park itself once featured, The Senator, the tallest and oldest bald cypress tree in the world. In 2012 it was burned to the ground by a 26 year old woman. The charred remains of the tree now only stand 20 feet tall.
The Woman in Black was dressed in black from head to toe. A long dress, darkened sunglasses, a black hat, and a black umbrella. It was as if she was mourning the loss of the tree seeing as it was mid-July in Florida. If she was indeed mourning the tree, it was a wonderful show of human compassion toward the earth that has given us all life. I will never know her true purpose for being there.
Mike Anderson, USA
This picture was taken at Lake Michigan this summer using a Nikon D7100.
Michelle Mocini, USA
Keith Reid, USA
"Winter" is a part of the beauty photo story "Seasons"
Kyra Ross, USA
В нашей местности нет таких ящериц и тем более что ночью уже холодно, по всей видимости удрал у кого то.
В ожидании стрелы или Почти царевна.
Елена Леневенко, USA
This picture is one of my favorites.
28.0-300.0 mm f/3.5-5.6
ƒ/5.6 300.0 mm 1/8sec iso100
Oleg Gonik, USA
Mother to be
Mariya Bulat, USA
Breath it all in
Random stop on the way home in the mountains can turn into good pictures
Diana Demenina, USA
По ту сторону от Гудзона
Эта фотография заброшенного пирса на фоне среднего Манхэттена. Сделана в Хобокене (Нью Джерси), который расположен на реке Гудзон с противоположной стороны от Нью-Йорка.
Jessica Besneir, USA
Doors of the Ocean
Image taken under the Coney Island Pier.
Image taken from an analog camera.
The film used was a Trix 400.
Mariana Pantalena, USA
Elias Martin, USA
This is the photo about the reflection of sunlight. I considered about the light, the shadow and subject when combine them together.
Tom Wilson, USA
Alex Dreyshner, USA
Lake Michigan, Chicago USA
Ветераны Великой Отечественной войны
Нью Йорк, май 2015 года. На праздновании 70 летия Победы.
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