I really enjoyed my photo session yesterday morning with the bluebonnets. I decided to go back to the same spot and try something a little different. With the old Nikkor 50mm lens opened to the max of f1.4 I knew focus would be soft, my depth of field would be the width of a whisper, and the bokeh would be intense. The images were totally bokehed out.
I concentrated mainly on the juxtapositioning of colors - let the focus go - and like Monet just get an impression.
BTW - I am not standing taking these nor kneeling..I'm flat on my stomach stretched out and using my elbows to prop up the camera. The area where I was shooting had little walking paths so I could lie mostly in the paths and not crush anything. I was very aware of protecting what was there so my selection of spots was limited.
At one point I was visited by this dragonfly. I obviously didn't seem to bother him. Maybe because I was prone and was already lying there very quiet.
The light was very diffused this morning adding to the difference from yesterday's images.
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