Rust is so visually appealing to me. This tiny flower holder in Bragg Creek, AB, Canada caught my attention.
For me, one of the most interesting things about shooting with a narrow DoF is thinking about what the blurred background will look like and choosing not just your subject, but also the backdrop. In this case, I had a lot of options and had to seriously contort myself in order to get the browns. I am really glad that I did as the warmth of this lifts my spirit.
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Nikon D60 | Lens AF-S Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8 IF-ED
f/3.5 | 1/80 | ISO 100
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October 7th, 2010
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