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What the pluck!? Award-winning photographer Tim Flach snapped this phenomenal shot of a featherless chicken in mid-stride as part of his latest project “More Than Human.”
Stunning photos of the Williamsburg bridge, with a view of the east side of Manhattan. The top photo was taken during the power outage; the bottom photo was taken Saturday night, with power fully restored.
[Photos by Bryan Bedder for The Daily]
For this haunting photo series “Ghosts of War,” Jo Teeuwisse superimposed images of World War II soldiers onto images of present-day European streets where they once fought.
These eye-popping pictures are truly wild! They’re just a few of the winning photos from the Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, an annual showcase for the very best in nature photography.
Our cameras explored the deepest basements and highest clock towers of New York City’s busiest train terminal, Grand Central Station.
Have time for a little adventure? Our cameras explored the crumbling ruins of Bannermans Castle along the Hudson River, just North of New York City.
We love the sweet story behind this week’s Coach-sponsored hashtag challenge #thedailytimeless!
The woman in the red is the winner’s mom, who finally lost enough weight to ride the swings for the 1st time in more than 24 yrs. She says it took her back to her childhood. Go mom! Now that’s a timeless feeling!
Device: Canon PowerShot S110
Why It’s Awesome: Canon’s storied PowerShot line was upgraded just this month with the release of the new, top-of-the-line PowerShot S110. It’s small, svelte, and powerful, sporting 12.1MP, 1/1/7-inch sensor, 5x zoom, and HD video recording. It even boasts its own 3-inch capacitive touchscreen to handle all the menu functionality. Not bad for $449.
Where to Buy: Canon
Device: Sony RX100
Why It’s Awesome: The RX100 is truly the cream of the crop. You’d never know it to look at it, but it’s one-inch, 20MP (read: massive) sensor and 28-100mm equivalent Carl Zeiss lens puts it in DSLR territory. It’s slick yet unassuming package is perfect for professionals and hobbyists alike, though, at $650, it’s a little pricey for puppy pictures.
Where to Buy: Sony
Device: Nikon Coolpix S800c
Why It’s Awesome: One wonders if Ashton had anything to do with this. The Coolpix S800c, while not the first full-fledged point-and-shoot to run Android, is the first to hit the market. Running on top of its 16MP CMOS sensor and 3.5-inch OLED touchscreen is Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread. Available for $350.
Where to Buy: Nikon
Device: Samsung Galaxy Camera
Why It’s Awesome: Now for the dream machines. Samsung announced its Galaxy Camera not long after the Coolpix S800c. Far from being the red-headed stepchild of the premier Galaxy family, this device runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and touts a 16MP sensor and 21x zoom. Impressive. Expect some amazing Instagram pics from this camera when it sees release.
Where to Buy: Samsung