I may have mentioned it before, but one of the things I like most in photos is bokeh. On the way to the nature preserve from Sundays photo walk I found some moss that was growing in a nice little curve on the side of the road.
By getting close to the road and angling the camera nearly parallel to it I was able to get a nice amount of bokeh in the image while still having the foreground in focus. Since the moss fades into the background it also acts as a leading line to pull you through the image.
- Date Taken: 11/09/2014 15:12:59
- Camera: NIKON D90
- Camera NIKON CORPORATION
- Exposure: 1/320 s at f/3.2
- ISO: 200
- Lens: 35.0 mm f/1.8
- Focal Length: 35.0 mm
- Flash: Did not fire
- Exposure Program: Aperture priority
- Metering Mode: Matrix