Ever wondered about the blue dots on your pictures? This is called a lens flare, which happens due to light coming in at an angle and reflecting off your phone camera’s surface. … It happens with nearly all camera lenses.

According to apple support: Tips on getting rid of it.

You might see these unexpected light effects when incoming light (usually from outside the field of view) is at an angle and reflects off the surfaces inside the camera. If this happens, move the camera slightly to change the position of the light, or shield the lens with your hand.

Let the sun radiate in me 
Let the light shine through me

As I experience the radiation daily 
From the sun

When it shines so brightly
As I let the sun’s rays warm my face 

So let Your word be the lamp and
The light to my path
Thank You for stopping by. 

Inspired by the Ragtag Daily prompt

The Lord Jesus will remain forever
His throne from generation to generation 
The circle of love is full of everything that life briings

May the light in you shine bright always
May the Name of our God be glorify
Have a restful weekend
In the Name of Jesus

© Hannah Michaela Vandi
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