Meu irmão, estou de boa aqui, na tranquilidade, curtindo esse fim de tarde, querendo tomar uma e essa galera fica perguntando por Mogli, e sei lá onde ele está! Só quero tá na maresia aqui! #urso #ursopardo #zoodoisirmaos #recife #bear #zoo
Make sure you tell the special people in your life that you love them as life is too short. This special guy made me feel super loved this weekend as he knows I’ve had a tough week. I’m so lucky to have such an understanding and loving partner in my life! 🥰 I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. #xoxo#happysunday#lovehim
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Photo by @daisygilardini | Working with wildlife in the wild is not as easy as working in a studio, where you can use artificial light and direct your model to pose or create the facial expressions you want. Don’t get me wrong. Studio portraiture is an art by itself, one for which I am totally unsuited.
What I mean is that, photographic ability apart, in a studio you’re working in a controlled situation where you can direct and change things.
With nature and wildlife photography, you can’t control many of the factors needed to get that perfect shot, such as light, background and of course your subject.
Occasionally I’m fortunate enough to find a subject that seems to have been born to be a movie star, like this wonderful female polar bear.
"In the end we will conserve only what we love, we will love only what we understand, and we will understand only what we are taught.” - Baba Dioum 🌎 Photo by @melissa_schaefer 🌎 The Amazon rainforest, our planet’s lungs, produces 20% of the oxygen we breathe. It is now on fire. This is hardly an accident. The vast majority of the fires have been set by loggers and ranchers to clear land for cattle. The practice is on the rise, encouraged by Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil's populist pro-business president, who is backed by the country's meat industry. Brazil is the world’s largest exporter of beef. These fires are business as usual for their beef farmers, but the rest of the world is looking on in horror. ••• If you want to know how to save the rainforest, the answer is very simple. Eat less meat.
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