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The Editors Posted: Jul 16, 2015 0 comments

Our Shutterbug Photo of the Day is a dramatic image by by Frank Brannon of a rider falling from his motorcycle during a race.

The Editors Posted: Jul 15, 2015 1 comments

Our Shutterbug Photo of the Day is a colorful shot of a tiny bee in flight by Liz Howerton.

The Editors Posted: Jul 13, 2015 0 comments

Our Shutterbug Photo of the Day features a shot captured by Andrew Antipin with an infrared converted camera. The IR transformed this landscape into a strange alien world.

The Editors Posted: Jul 10, 2015 0 comments

Here’s a peacefully beautiful Shutterbug Photo of the Day by Vincent James to ease you into the weekend.

The Editors Posted: Jul 09, 2015 0 comments

For today’s Shutterbug Photo of the Day, Constance Reid has captured some truly gorgeous light.

The Editors Posted: Jul 08, 2015 0 comments

Today’s Shutterbug Photo of the Day by Nick Moulds is so pretty, it almost looks like a classic painting…until you notice the modern speedboats.

The Editors Posted: Jul 07, 2015 0 comments

Today’s Shutterbug Photo of the Day is a beautiful shot of a beautiful part of the world by Alena Nicholas.

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The Editors Posted: Jul 06, 2015 4 comments

Nature photography has long captured the hearts and minds of amateur and professional photographers dedicated to capturing images of the great outdoors. Whether your passion is wildlife, landscape, or macro photography, we’d love to see examples of your best work.

The Editors Posted: Jul 02, 2015 0 comments

Our Shutterbug Photo of the Day is an action shot by Michael J. Taylor that expresses the patriotic spirit of the Fourth of July.

The Editors Posted: Jul 01, 2015 1 comments

Our Shutterbug Photo of the Day is a beautiful shot of light, shadow and flowing water in rugged canyon by Laura Zirino.

“The Narrows in Zion National Park as morning light hits the back wall of Wall Street, so named because this is where the canyon passage becomes very narrow. My first instinct in this place is to shoot vertical to capture the height of this unique place, but later I looked at this one and cropped out the top and bottom, making it a horizontal shot. I like this version much better,” writes Zirino.

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