Daily Dozen 2016: Your Photos
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It was a brilliant foggy winters morning at Humayun's tomb premises...The top of this monument was almost invisible due to heavy fog...When I was looking for some subjects, I saw these beautiful flowers on the ground fallen from its tree...I got my canvas with other subsidiary subjects, and started waiting for the live moment to happen within my canvas...Suddenly I saw this man coming from left with its cleaning kit, I got my story...
I was travelling from Sacramento to Yosemite on Christmas day, but was trapped in traffic. When I got there, sunset was already gone, which is what I planned to shoot. I was very sad at that moment because that was my only chance in this trip to shoot sunset at Tunnel View. But a few minutes later, I noticed the light path formed by the cars was a great leading line to the valley during the blue hour, and a little bit fog was just formed above the road which made it even better.
Chopping ice for tea under the sunrise. On a trek across Baikal, tea is required to warm the blood, to warm the encampment. Camped upon the sacred island of Olkhon, we take advantage of the vast plain of ice. The ice will be melted, and boiled for tea, which we will carry with us as we recross Baikal from the western shore back to the east. How much tea can be made from the ice covering Baikal? Enough for the whole world I suspect! I love how hard it is to tell where ice and sky meet.
U.S. Air Force fire protection specialists from the New Jersey Air National Guard's 177th Fighter Wing battle an aircraft fire during a training exercise at the Military Sealift Command Training Center East in Freehold, N.J. on Dec. 5. The facility, which is one of two Sealift Command fire training sites in the country, offers an array of fire fighting scenarios for students.
The Norwegian islands of Lofoten is all about mind blowing scenery. So I thought why not cut all that out of the picture and try something new. Oscar Hübinette heading down the steep side of Blåtinden with Svolvaer city in the background. Not much mountains, not much ocean - but still an angle I am satisfied with.