Teen Review: Dawn to Dark

October 18, 2017 | Teen Blogger

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Review by Sneha, member of the Cedarbrae Youth Advisory Group

Dawn to Dark by National GeographicPictures and photography are my kind of thing. I just love how a moment becomes so precious when it is captured because it can be reviewed in the future to bring back the wonderful memories. Capturing nature is the most beautiful memory to ever replay because one day the Earth will be destroyed by pollution and we’ll no longer be able to see mother nature’s beauty. This book here, Dawn to Dark, shows us photographs of how beautiful nature is when light is present and is captured through a camera. It also tells us some tips and tricks to use while taking photos so they look like a professional took them. In my opinion, by looking at the pictures, I'm just dazzled by how amazing our world can be. The locations are given with each picture and a caption is written to describe the scenario. Anyone can read this book or even look at the pictures because they will catch your eye no matter what page you turn to. I recommend this book to photography and nature lovers who die to see mother nature’s hidden beauty each day. The pictures are taken by several different people and are collected in one book. National Geographic has made several different collections of books with pictures that I bet you will love to see. Just flip the page and go on a journey from the dawn to the dark of Earth’s wildest and precious places that you might never get to visit but can see in pictures. People say don't judge a book by its cover, it's not good. But I picked this book just by looking at its cover and I knew from my first sight that I would love it.