One captivating image a day, the reason it was chosen and how you can shoot similar pictures
A breeder, whose business has been affected by the H7N9 bird flu virus, walks his ducks along a road in Changzhou county, Shandong province. WHY WE PICKED IT: In photography, it’s important to have your ducks in a row. The gentle curves and perspective of the herd and road complement each other.
A couple relax under blossoming cherry trees during a pleasant spring day at Prague's Petrin hill. WHY WE PICKED IT: The cherry blossoms are like a flurry of snowflakes, and adding the couple to the bottom left of the frame gives the image a sense of scale and context.
A pedestrian crosses the street during sunrise on Queen Street in Toronto. WHY WE PICKED IT: The rising sun casts beautiful colours throughout the frame. Although its bright glow turns the subjects into silhouettes, by using just the right exposure some detail is retained.
(Peter Power/The Globe and Mail)
A duck swims by a window, viewed from inside Anderson Eye Care at the Riverfront Plaza Building in downtown Grand Rapids, Mich., as The Grand River crests. WHY WE PICKED IT: This is a clever way to shoot flooding while keeping yourself and your cameras dry.
(Cory Morse/AP Photo/The Grand Rapids Press)
Linda Baker, Owen Sound, Ontario sent us this amazing image of these Snowdrops during some April showers. The slow shutter speed gives this image paint like qualities that we really love.