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<b> A Glimpse of God VIDEO</b>
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A Glimpse of God VIDEO

Copyright Lewis Scharpf

The high definition video below is a collection of selected nature and wildlife photos I have taken over the years set to a soundtrack of cello/piano music performed by my sister and nephew.

I am of the opinion that the most tangible evidence for the presence of God is in nature and the flora and fauna He has created.
The more I learn about the details of life on earth, the more I see the face of God.
For many years, I have attempted to capture the beauty of His creations through photography and this high definition video presents some of my observations.
My attempts, however, pale in comparison to the true beauty and grandeur of his works which are impossible to capture even with the best of cameras and techniques.
I also see the presence of God in music. My Sister, Marnie Kaller (cello), and my Nephew, Rick Kaller (piano), have performed a beautiful collection of cello and piano music including two songs I arranged for them.
I have included those songs (Ashokan Farewell, and What a Friend We Have in Jesus) as performed by Marnie and Rick as a soundtrack for this video.
I am grateful to them for including the arrangements in their repertoire and allowing me to use them in this way.











For best viewing quality and resolution, click on the "notched" wheel (gear) at the bottom of the video and set to 1080p(HD).

Please turn your speakers on to hear the soundtrack as you are viewing the video




Nikon D300S
With various telephoto and macro lenses hide exif
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Date/Time06-Jun-2011 13:54:57
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ModelNIKON D200
Flash UsedNo
Focal Length28 mm
Exposure Time1/159 sec
Aperturef/20
ISO Equivalent100
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