Interior Design Magazines will share with you, as usual, 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.
28th March photo
Marina del Rey picture – pelican photos – “Break time”
Photograph by Karine Gabrielian, National Geographic Your Shot
“This photo was taken at the break wall at Marina del Rey in southern California,” says Your Shot member Karine Gabrielian. “It’s a hot spot for brown pelicans, seagulls, and other birds. The excretion patterns that cover the rocks of the break wall create the impression of artwork. The scenery changes every minute: You see birds landing, taking off, thinking, relaxing, and talking to each other.”
Gabrielian, whose picture was a recent Daily Dozen selection, says one can spend hours watching the birds. “It’s impossible to resist the temptation to take hundreds of photos, even if you’re not a professional photographer. Since I’m not a professional, I didn’t use any specific technique knowingly. I just put into it lots of emotions and feelings.”
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Source: National Geographic