Wednesday, May 17, 2017

PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: TOTALLY UNEDITED AMAZING PHOTOS

PHOTOS OF THE WEEK:
5-18-2017

IN TODAY'S WINNING PHOTOS, IT IS OFTEN HARD TO FIND A PHOTO THAT HASN'T BEEN EDITED IN PHOTOSHOP OR SOME FORM OF COMPUTER PROGRAM.  I HAVE COME ACROSS A SERIES OF BEAUTIFUL AND INCREDIBLE AMAZING PHOTOS THAT ARE WORTHY OF BEING CHOSEN AS "PHOTOS OF THE WEEK" AND THEY ARE TOTALLY UNEDITED..... AS YOU WOULD SEE THEM "IN THE CAMERA".   SO, PLEASE ENJOY THESE.  SO HERE IS HOPE FOR GENUITY:

Image Source: Nat Geo

Frans Lanting, a photographer for National Geographic, captured this stunning image of the Camel Thorn trees in the Namib Desert. It is one of the driest and hostile places on Earth but is a paradise for photographers. The background is actually a giant sand dune which makes the trees appear as if they are a part of some contemporary painting. Believe it or not, this is an actual unedited image.


Crystal clear waters of the Balearic Islands, Menorca.
Image Source: Google+

This Spanish island in the Mediterranean Sea has crystal clear water. The clear turquoise water makes the boats appear as if they are hovering.


Long-exposure of a rocket launch.
Image Source: Imgur
The photograph shown above is of the Falcon 9 CRS-9 launch and landing. The image was captured by a 16-year-old amateur photographer by using long-exposure technique.



Chinese soldiers during an early morning exercise routine.
Image Source: Widelec
Soldiers are in fact trained to be tough in order to overcome any form of obstacle that they may face during their missions. When it comes to the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers, they literally take it to a whole new level. The image above shows the soldiers exercising in an early morning routine in sub-zero conditions. It displays their endurance in harsh, freezing conditions.






The stunning view of rain through a porthole.
Image Source: BoredPanda






A scary view that reveals what lies beneath an iceberg.
Image Source: imgwykop







Yosemite’s “dazzling” firefall.
Image Source: rebrn

Every year, Horsetail Fall in Yosemite National Park creates a mesmerizing phenomenon known as “firefall“. The natural effect makes the waterfall appear as if bright orange lava is flowing off its cliff. The image above was captured in February of 2017 and this phenomenon mostly occurs around February of each year.




Red sky that looks like it’s the beginning of an apocalypse.
Image Source: livejournal




Amazing view of a solar eclipse over Arizona.
Image Source: Michael D. Menefee
Michael D. Menfee captured this breathtaking shot from Canyon de Chelly nature reserve in Arizona. Though it appears as if the picture has been subjected to some sort of manipulation technique, it’s not.




A road to the rescue.
Image Source: Evgeniy Green
The picture above may look as if it’s a before and after image of a disaster. In reality, the division between the forest helped in stopping the spread of a wildfire. The green life on the right was saved thanks to this dirt road.




This is what a thunderstorm looks like from a plane at 11,000 meters in altitude.
Image Source: Santiago Borja
Santiago Borja captured this breathtaking image that shows the formation of a thunderstorm at 11,000 meters above sea level.




The change of seasons between Spring and Winter.
Image Source: vedelisteze
The image above shows the lowlands of this Russian nation changing seasons. While the lower part is covered in lush greenery, the highlands are still covered in snow.




The Chinese art of synchronization.
Image Source: Republic of buzz
This picture looks as if someone used Ctrl+V and Ctrl+C to replicate the soldiers. It is actually a perfectly synchronized parade by Chinese soldiers.




THERE YOU HAVE SOME AMAZING PHOTOS, CAUGHT ON CAMERA, UNEDITED.  SOMETIMES THESE TYPES OF PHOTOS GIVE US HOPE THAT WE CAN STILL TAKE GREAT PHOTOS WITHOUT THE USE OF MANIPULATION.  HOPE YOU ENJOYED THIS, ENOUGH TO SHARE WITH OTHERS.  THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT.







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