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Incredible Photography Into the Heart of an Active Volcano

There are occasions where you know, without a shadow of a doubt, that you’re taking images that are some of the best you may ever take. This video shows us behind the scenes as Nigel Danson photographs an active volcano, and I can safely say, this will be one of those moments for him.

Visiting Iceland for the first time is one of the highlights of my life, without question. It is such a singular location that it truly deserves its otherworldly reputation and burgeoning tourism. It is something of a Mecca for photographers and videographers alike, and there are

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Sobia A. Shaikh’s Incredible Career Shows How to Succeed as a Lifestyle Influencer

Sobia A. Shaikh is a 51-year-old social media influencer, a lifestyle blogger, and a content creator. She is also the face behind the popular lifestyle blog, www.shaikhenandstirred.com.

She began her incredible career in Karachi, Pakistan, her country of birth. Sobia holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Advertising Degree and worked for six years for Young & Rubicam, an advertising agency in Pakistan. She also worked as a fashion model and appeared on runways for a short time.

The creative fashion guru would later relocate to San Francisco after her wedding in 1997. Her passion for fashion would not

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Incredible Finalists of the 2021 Astronomy Photographer of the Year

“Waterfall” by Anna Dobrovolskaya-Mints (Israel)
“This waterfall is in the middle of nowhere in Lapland, but the closest city is Arvidsjaur. It was very cold and while the photographer was waiting for the aurora to start, she put the camera outside to capture the star trails. The last few frames caught the start of Northern Lights and the photographer decided to merge all the frames and got this exceptional result.”

Exceptional images of the stars are on full display at the Royal Observatory Greenwich announced its shortlist for the thirteenth Astronomy Photographer of the Year contest. From the Northern Lights

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A photographer hiked Big Bend in pitch dark to capture these incredible shots

A West Texas photographer captured some breathtaking scenes in Big Bend National Park – and shared them exclusively with Chron. 

Lee McMullen, now in his early 70s, retired in Terlingua years ago to pursue his passion for photography. A microbiologist professor by trade, McMullen now spends his days trekking the rough and dangerous terrain of Texas’ only national park to make some of the most beautiful photos. 

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Lee McMullen

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Photographer Captures Incredible Sight of Sleeping Bees in a Flower

Have you ever thought about how or when insects sleep? Because they are buzzing around at all times of day, you might not have given it any thought. But as nature photographer Joe Neely shows, bees do, in fact, go to sleep. He captured an adorable photo of two globe mallow bees napping in a colorful globe mallow flower. The creatures, covered in pollen, are snuggled together in the center of the orange-crimson bloom in a scene that is almost too perfect to be real.

Neely came upon the two bees by happenstance. “It was springtime, so I and my

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Photographer Captures an Incredible Quadruple Microburst

Storm-chasing (and wedding) photographer Mike Olbinski was hunting for crazy weather phenomena to capture at sunset early this month when he was treated to a stunning sight: a quadruple microburst in which four columns of hail and rain were being dumped onto the landscape below.

Olbinski was running a storm-chasing tour on June 1st, with two guests in tow and his friend Brett Wright assisting.

“It was one of those days where the outlook was marginal, meaning no tornado chances, maybe not much of a chance of even a photogenic supercell,” Olbinski tells PetaPixel. “On days like that,

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