Photo of the Day: Camel Thorn Trees + Sand Dune in Namibia

No this is not a painting. No this is not graphic design. This is a photograph. Anyone who sees this photograph (taken by Frans Lanting of National Geographic) thinks it’s photoshopped. In reality, the tinted orange background is produced by a soaring dune shined by the morning sun – a backdrop for the hulks of camel thorn trees in Namib-Naukluft Park. If you want to take a closer look of where this photo was taken check out this 360 degree view and a panorama

View super HD version of the photo here

Here is an explanation on how it was shot:

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Three Harry Potter Ebooks Are Coming Next Month

Pottermore, the digital home of all things Harry Potter, has announced three new ebooks featuring background details on the characters, settings and stories from the world of everyone’s favorite wizard. The trio, released under the Pottermore Presents banner, will be available beginning September 6 for just $2.99. Roughly 10,000 words…

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