A professional photographer knows the correct composition, timing, and tool to capture an amazing scene. But on top of all that, it also requires having the right perspective, if not a breathtaking scene, to produce the most amazing pictures of them all.
Those listed below can easily steal your breath away and tells more than a thousand stories at a time. Many of them are once-in-a-lifetime chances where they had a good camera to capture the scene in all its gloriousness.
The broken antenna looks like a half-sunken boat.
Captured this on camera and survived through the storm to tell the story!
This gorgeous shot of a Russian RD 180 engine during SpaceX launch last night.
A scene that felt like it came out from GTA.
Early morning reflection of this glass’ pattern.
Daughter’s perfect shot of a lightning strike.
This spider webbed its trap like the Eiffel Tower.
Golden rays turned this frozen ice into molten gold.
Rainbow pool while on a walk with girlfriend. Created from natural oils produced by organisms.
Ever drove on the ‘Highway to Heaven’ in Wyoming, I-80?
Never will you see a sunset scene as breathtaking as this.
That black-and-white costume is perfect.
A scene of fire burning inside a tree from a firefighter during Western NC wildfires.
Took a picture of this eagle and it looks like it’s the eagle that took a picture of us.
I have four seasons in my backyard.
Definitely not a giant, but my boy climbing an old, rotten tree.
Can you find the car?
No, this isn’t two pictures merged into one.
Dog running in holi powder looks like he’s on fire.
As the sun about to set.
Husband managed to capture her wife’s eye which doctors think are the weirdest ever.
That’s Easter decal on the window made this cat looks like it came out from Dr. Seuss world.
This closet separates this light.
Washing an elephant, summoning a second one midst air.
Rosie stood on this section where sunlight hit below the car as it sets.
An excited photographer.
While driving to work through I-90 in Berkshire Mountains, MA.
3D burnout marks.
The railing of this fence split the scene perfectly in four.