A pair of Synchronized Canada Goose flyers taking off in the early morning.
3 212 hours ago
If there’s anything that I know, it’s that it’s easier to hold on to hurt. It’s easier to remember the ways that you have been mistreated and store it in your heart. It’s easier to feel resentment when you hear certain people’s names. But we aren’t called to a life of “easier.” We are called to a life of boldness and (sometimes) uncomfortable situations. We are called to love our brothers and sisters in Christ, no matter the cost. We are called to be the light of Jesus- and how can we do that when we let anger and bitterness govern our actions?
Trust me, I’m there with you. I have a list of hurts and scars. And maybe I’m mainly talking to myself about this tonight. But... God forgives us DAILY. No matter how much we break His heart or mess up. So who are we to not do the same? || hatred stirs up conflicts, BUT LOVE covers all offenses. || Proverbs 10:12
"The D850 allows me to capture the compound eyes in their full glory with its 45.7 megapixels."
Robberflies have sophisticated compound eyes that are integral in helping them capture prey in mid-air. Ranging from 20 to 78 microns, the lens sizes in their intricate compound eyes offer excellent vision.
In order to photograph this extraordinarily-sighted fly up close, @chris_angsp had to approach it very slowly to avoid spooking it.
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Photographed with the #Nikon#D850 .
ISO 400 | f/20 | 1/250s
17 8958 November, 2019
"In my photography, I focus on powerful, graphic shapes that I can use in the landscape. The larger the subject, the wider you can make your compositions without getting it lost in the frame." #NikonAmbassador@marselvanoosten shares his preferences when capturing the #dragonbloodtrees of #Socotra . Stay with us to learn more about how Marcel used the #NikonD850 and #Z7 to capture his vision.