Hi everyone. As usual, Interior Design Magazines will share with you the National Geographic‘s photo of the day. Why? Because National Geographic has the most fantastic pictures of the world. Every single day, the magazine reveals one astonishing photo about people, nature, animals, breathtaking views…the subjects are different but still, National Geographic has the best photos you will ever find.
19th February photo
Japan picture – Lake Towada – ” Aomori Moon”
Photograph by Sho Shibata, National Geographic Your Shot
“There was a beautiful morning crescent moon, and the ice was cracking on the frozen lake Towada,” says Your Shot contributor Sho Shibata, who had spent the night in his car waiting for dawn on Lake Towada in Aomori, Japan. The peaceful scene wasn’t captured without incident: As he walked out to get the shot, Shibata’s leg fell through the ice.
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Mr. Sho Shibata fell through the ice to take this amazing picture and we really have to appreciate his bravery and work. This photo of Lake Towada is fantastic.
I hope you have enjoyed today’s National Geographic photo “Aomori Moon“.
Source: National Geographic