Photo of the Day Award Showcase

Explore the Very Moments of Our Presence on This Earth

The journey of Photo of the Day is endless, from one continent to the next, a journey that gives one an understanding of people, nature, and culture. We believe, when one feels it from the heart and captures the moment with their camera, it becomes iconic, which is special to share with the whole world. Let’s share it with others.

Explore the Award from:   Photo Exhibition Board   |   the Intricacies of Photography

Just a Simple Woman by Jose Juniel Rivera-Negron

Just a Simple Woman by Jose Juniel Rivera-Negron

This is part of “El Castillo San Felipe del Morro”, also known as El Morro, which is a citadel built between the 16th and 18th centuries in San Juan, Puerto Rico. You'll enjoy a view of the Atlantic Ocean, Old San Juan, the cemetery, and La Perla, a neighborhood built outside the wall from the higher levels. I enjoy visiting this place because of its history of African slaves and native Indians. I enjoy so much shooting photos of this Island. This is one of my favorite places to visit.
The Child in Red by Jose Juniel Rivera-Negron

Angel Eyes by Jose Juniel Rivera-Negron

This is part of “El Castillo San Felipe del Morro”, also known as El Morro, which is a citadel built between the 16th and 18th centuries in San Juan, Puerto Rico. You'll enjoy a view of the Atlantic Ocean, Old San Juan, the cemetery, and La Perla, a neighborhood built outside the wall from the higher levels. I enjoy visiting this place because of its history of African slaves and native Indians. I enjoy so much shooting photos of this Island. This is one of my favorite places to visit.
A Delight for the Eye by Kirsten Bruening

A Delight for the Eye by Kirsten Bruening

For me, looking through the viewfinder is looking into a magical world. In a world without color, in a world dominated by light, shadow and gray tones. Into the magical world of black and white photography. Black and white photography focuses on the essentials. It highlights the beauty of the subject. It stimulates the viewer's imagination. A black and white photograph sometimes expresses more than 1000 words can describe.