Wild Mustard Bud and Bokeh

By: danitacahill

Apr 23 2012

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Category: bokeh, Color, Depth of Field, Floral, Nature Photography, Rural Photography, Spring, Wildlife

1 Comment

Aperture:f/9
Focal Length:300mm
ISO:200
Shutter:1/100 sec
Camera:Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi

Here’s a wild mustard plant, still in bud and growing on the banks of Cheadle Lake in Lebanon, Oregon.

What I like best about this shot is the yellow blur (bokeh) in the background. Those are more  mustard plants that have already burst into bloom.

It’s like a hazy promise of the budded blooms yet to come.

Spring! Gotta love it.

Copyright Danita Cahill. All rights reserved.

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One comment on “Wild Mustard Bud and Bokeh”

  1. In macro photography, the spider webs that we don’t realize are there sure do show up!


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