The Lightning Storm
This is a combination of three lightning photos with the exact same settings: f/3.5, 25 seconds, and ISO 200. I set the camera on intervalometer mode and let it take photos for around 5 minutes. Out of the frames taken, three of them had lightning strikes captured. I then combined those three images and their respective lightning strikes and this is the resulting photo.
Photographed by: Paolo Nacpil
Hillsborough River, May 2014, Tampa, FL
Putting that weird tree at the centre of this shot definitely made this shot. Great composition.
"Mexico 1950’s: Grandfather & Grandmother (rip) looking adorable and in love." —(sweetmaui)
Photo by Sylvain Cherkaoui/Cosmos.
Teams at the treatment center at Donka hospital, in Conakry, Guinea, work through the night and 24/7. Since the outbreak in West Africa began in March, MSF has treated 470 patients—215 of them confirmed cases—in specialized treatment centers in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. The scale of this Ebola epidemic is unprecedented in terms of geographical distribution and the numbers of cases and deaths. There have been 528 cases and 337 deaths since the epidemic began, according to the latest World Health Organization (WHO) figures.