Photography Week


10 MINS Sometimes the scene you see with the naked eye just doesn’t translate as well when captured on camera. While our brains do a good job of editing out the superfluous when we see things with our own eyes if presented with something spectacular, the two-dimensional rendition of a shot often just doesn’t do it justice.

Take the enormous full moon we saw looming above the silhouetted peak of

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