Taken at Wave Rock, Western Australia whilst waiting for hubby and friends to finish a bush walk. Practicing shallow DOF to create bokkah. One of my better shots. Unfortunately I walked away and forgot my tripod. We had to buy a new one in Albany.
As you no doubt already know, I love my wine. I become a little creative after a few tastings ;) Beautiful red vine leaves in the lovely Swan Valley near Perth, Western Australia. Canon 50mm Nifty Fifty at F8.
Walking through the rainforest can prove difficult to obtain decent photos. I just happened to spot the sunlight hitting a vine with cute shaped leaves. Shallow DOF at F5.6 enabled me to focus on the leaf with great bokkah in the background. Canon 18-200mm lens at F5.6.
Kangaroo Paws grow profusely in Western Australia. We lived in WA for 20 years. The wildflowers in WA are stunning! Kangaroo Paws have interesting leaves. I was playing in the old Picasa and like this Sepia rendition. Canon 18-200mm zoom lens at F5.6.
Early days of photography. We were in Stanley Park, Vancouver and I had in mind taking a shot of falling maple leaves. That proved to be too difficult so I placed some on a park bench. With apature open at F5 I focused on the leaves. Edited bench to B&W. Still my second favourite photo.