AmaZing Pictures From Around the World
APR 24, 2014 23:40 PST
                                                                  Scott Mc Kiernan Proudly Presents The PICTURES of The DAY (POD) ~ POD features the finest visual reporting of the last 24 hours from ZUMA Press' wire service. The pictures of the day are continuously updated 24/7/365, so be sure to check back frequently throughout the day. ~ POD's calendar allows one to search for previous pictures of the day, dating back to the early 1900s. ~ Viewers may also comment on each picture that is currently featured as a picture of the day. ~ Another exciting feature is the WORD, a forum where ZUMA picture editors and photojournalists give insight into the making of the picture as well as the POD selection process. ~ Love a particular picture? Order a copy of the print online. ~ Stay tuned as many more special features to come. ~ Join the POD community and spread the word.                                                                                        
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Pat Johnson
Oct/25/2013
00:01:51
Jim Dedmon, click the "Sports" checkbox then the "Remember" button, then select the date and click go.
Brenda castillo_Goodwill
16:10:43
Hello,
I know Davion would thrive with us. I didn't,t even need to read the whole article to know that this young teen would want to be a football player. He would have two brothers Zechariah and Samuel. Please contact us davion.
Sincerely,,
A family for you.
Kelly Chilson
13:08:52
Hello, I was reading Yahoo news when I read an article of yours about a green algae that is plaguing the China coasts or lakes or whatever. Could you please do a story on how this may have come be so prominent? I would imagine since their pollution rate is so high, this is mother nature trying to help photosynthesis.
Coby
Jun/07/2013
09:27:40
Those appendages immortalized forever!
Mark
May/17/2013
20:42:24
Great shot.
Mark
20:05:41
The Serbian tennis player in this shot is Novak DJOKOVIC, not DJOKOVICH.
Chokri Mahjoub
13:05:33
I think that ZUMAPRESS has one of the best photo agency website if not the best, it's nice to see these beautiful pictures.
daniel flis
16:01:10
great shot, perfect timing
Jim Dedmon
10:12:40
What do you want to see" doesnt work. Would like to look back at sports pics of the day two or three days prior and unable to view.
Happy POD Person
Mar/29/2012
11:53:57
Love the POD choices! This one is a stark reminder of the Tibetan protester who set himself on fire in India on the 26th.
Happy POD Person
Mar/13/2012
11:46:30
Tasty! Moral of the story, never match a piglet with a starving model on the runway.
Happy POD Person
Mar/13/2012
11:43:33
Great angle, lucky shot or uncomfortable one?
Happy POD Person
Mar/13/2012
11:42:14
That is a serious amount of meat, heart attack on a plate. Makes me want to convert into a vegetarian.
Mandy Bryant
11:03:40
Beautiful!
Harry Ezratty
Feb/13/2012
13:01:10
I would like to use one of your pictures on the cover of a novel I have just finished. Please advise how I can go about getting the picture
Harry A, Ezratty
12:02:31
YOU HAD A PICTURE OF A TANKER SPLIT IN TWO IN TIME MAGAZINE RECENTLY. i WOULD LIKE TO USE IT ON THE COVER OF MY BOOK WHICH IS ABOUT A TANKER SPLITTING IN TWO. HOW DO I ARRANGE TO GET PERMISSION TO USE YOUR PHOTO?
Harry Ezratty haelaw@verizon.net Thank you
Geralynn
06:08:56
Cool! That's a clever way of looinkg at it!
Dave
01:05:13
Nice
bug
Apr/29/2011
16:27:50
That's some hot pink!
january
Mar/28/2011
18:52:52
Beautiful! Love IT.
thank you for this site, I get all my news , daily for it:)
Patrick
May/06/2010
08:10:24
Like the new design on the top bar!
Patrick
Feb/18/2010
02:33:22
Great frame Jed
ME!
Feb/16/2010
13:01:48
BUMMER! Rain, rain go away!
ME!
Feb/16/2010
10:58:07
Exquisite use of giant coffee filters. Really amazing.
Patrick
Feb/15/2010
23:42:12
Love this shot
Patrick
Feb/14/2010
23:54:09
So cool, so happy!
Patrick
Feb/14/2010
23:53:47
Love these Canadians
Goose
Feb/14/2010
14:29:42
Ahhh... Isn't that puppy cute
Patrick
Feb/13/2010
15:08:42
I wish I was a ski jumper
ME!
Feb/09/2010
15:02:56
Boobies!
Patrick
Feb/08/2010
07:17:37
WHO DAT??!?!
Patrick
Feb/05/2010
10:17:38
He should play in the superbowl.
Patrick
Feb/03/2010
06:30:09
Why so serious?
ME!
Jan/31/2010
20:17:50
Lady GAGA is INSANE
Wacko
Jan/31/2010
13:09:25
Fabulous!!!
Patrick
Jan/30/2010
15:11:43
Got Beef-cake?
ME!
Jan/25/2010
15:35:09
He looks like he wants to give me an amazing deal on a 1998 subaru.
Editor
Jan/18/2010
08:20:46
Great coverage of the Awards, some awesome candid shots like this one.
Coby
Jan/18/2010
08:19:11
My fav - gorgeous - even with the caterpillar on her shoulder
Coby
Jan/13/2010
15:42:39
Love this!
Coby
Jan/12/2010
12:06:09
This whole set of Holi Festival images by Floris were beautiful. I especially loved the rainbow colored children portrait and the yellow girl, who looked like sunshine.
Coby
Jan/12/2010
12:01:21
Beautiful
Coby
Jan/12/2010
11:51:15
Definitely the highlight of the Rose parade this year. Nicely captured Jonathan!
Coby
Jan/12/2010
11:48:13
Must be a nightmare for Vegas hangovers. I imagine this building will be in a few future movies too.
Coby
Jan/12/2010
11:44:09
I love that you have added a share link!
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