Australian didn’t realize how close the great white shark came to him until a month later when he saw photos taken by a tourist from Tasmania
Andy Johnston believed remaining calm and casual was the proper approach, saying, “I didn’t want to give it a reason to chase me.”Read More →
Trevor Lee photographed self in act of unlawful activities, posted on social media
Photographer said he never had bad intentions when he took several Yosemite photos showing actions that were against the law, and posted them on Instagram.Read More →
More than 5,000 images were submitted for the new exhibit at the National Museum of Natural History
The Smithsonian is marking the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act with a powerful nature photography exhibit dubbed "Wilderness Forever" in Washington.Read More →
Humpback whale described as a chronic breacher goes airborne directly alongside 43-foot boat in Monterey Bay; 'We were thrilled and a little startled'
Humpback whale described as a chronic breacher decides to go airborne directly alongside a 43-foot boat in Monterey Bay. "Thrilled and startled."Read More →
Fearless wildlife photographer Andy Murch shoots up-close images of crocodiles at world-class diving destination, home to densest crocodile population in world
Andy Murch led two expeditions to Banco Chinchorro to capture incredible underwater images of American crocodiles with full sets of menacing teeth.Read More →
When a picture really is worth a thousand words
Tom Servais has amassed a steady stream of historically significant surf photographs spanning five decades—easily dominating print in the '90s and 2000s.Read More →
Because the best way to experience the changing seasons is to get outside
We're honoring the best spot to view seasonal changes—the great outdoors—with photographer and fellow adventurer Becca Skinner. So get outside and enjoy.Read More →
'No matter how many times I nail this shot, I still think I can shoot it better'
This week's "How I Got the Shot" takes us to Alta, Utah, where photographer and Altaholics Anonymous founder Lee Cohen reveals the value of repetition.Read More →
Pregnant shark, a favorite among divers at Tiger Beach, shows up with a what looks like a bullet wound in her head; the wound appears to be healing nicely
One of the crowd favorites at Tiger Beach in the Bahamas shows up with a wound to the side of the head. Thankfully, the pregnant shark seems to be OK.Read More →
'The epitome of the American spirit'
More than 200 wounded, ill, and injured service members and veterans competed in the Warrior Games, which ended on October 3, and some 2,000 watched.Read More →
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