Building development in Frankfurt is becoming tighter and tighter. The new Four project (swipe to see ad) jams four new skyscrapers into a tight space in the middle of the City. Does no one of the responsibles think about the climate change? And the fence on the massive construction site reads "Love the city". What a joke. 😁
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Still waiting for that snow...
89 55113 December, 2019
"The best part about photographing wildlife in the winter is that you don’t have to be an expert in bushcraft to track your subjects. Their tracks are easy to spot in the snow, and the cold, white landscape preserves other animals signs that can aid you in your search. Fresh tracks are sharp and clear imprints with lots of details. With enough time and determination, they will lead you right to your subject. Also, bringing telephoto lenses is essential. They enable you to remain a safe and respectful distance from your subject, while still giving you the field of view you need to capture intimate, detailed images." - Olympus Explorer @brookelittlebear
Click the link in our bio for new winter wildlife photography tips from Brooke, or visit: olym.ps/WinterWildlife
OM-D E-M1 Mark II | M.Zuiko Digital ED 300mm F4.0 IS PRO
1/320s | F4.5 | ISO 200