Do not copy any of my artwork, poetry or photography without my permission.

Do not copy any of my artwork, poetry or photography without my permission.
....carpe diem. The Daylily. "Be like the flower, turn your face to the sun." Khalil Gibran. She gives her all for just one day then bows her head to God and fades away to nourish the next generation. God I pray I may give my all each day to honor you and bow my head at the end to nourish the next generation. Peggy Jones. NOTE............ Please folks do not copy any of my art or photos on my blog without my permission. Thank you for your good manners.

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Friday, September 7, 2012

Friday shoot my town.


Experimenting with shallow depth of field.


Yes these are from the archives and I must admit I have no idea how I did them.
But I do have them to help me compare what I am trying now.
Trying to learn.



Peeling bark from a riverbirch tree.









Ornamental grass around the pond.









Riverbirch tree in the winter.




Tomato vines.






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10 comments:

Bagman and Butler said...

Fabulous. The first peeling bark shot is pure pleasure for my eyes. Wonderful color, layout, composition and the depth of field works just perfectly.

GingerV said...

good morning.... great new header photo. love the river birch in winter, great photo. see you next week.
Hugs.

Rebecca said...

Love your new header and LOVE LOVE LOVE that peeling bark.

xoRebecca

Kim, USA said...

Beautiful DOF shots, like it!


Kim,USA

Rudee said...

Nicely done. I'm planting some ornamental grasses today. I hope they look as nice as yours when they mature.

Eli OKeefe said...

Birch trees are my favorite! They good pics!

Jama said...

Fabulous shots! My favorite is of the bark too.

Rebecca said...

The bark makes a nice use of the shallow depth of field!

Cheryl said...

That first shot is a stunner. Really nicely done, Peggy.

Pauline said...

The week will be gone before I get to visit everyone this week. Love the peeling bark shot, Peggy. So simple yet so effective. Or maybe so effective because of the simplicity? Either way, it's lovely.