This week Sofia has asked us to look up images we have taken that have bokeh. As I always use manual settings on my camera, and love using a very wide aperture, I have found I have been able to get bokeh when taking images of a single flower, for example.
Here is an example of a lovely rose, and I think the background colour complements it well, – bokeh ensures there is no distracting from the beauty of that single bloom:
Thinking about it, most of my bokeh images are with roses! I struggled to find much else in my quick trawl of the archive. But here’s some cow parsley in a field:
I then looked back a little further, and found a butterfly at Wisley, OK not loads of Bokeh:
A bee on a coneflower:
and heres an Agapanthus’ unfurling:
and last but not least, my favourite rose:
Linked to Lens Artists at Sofia’s here