CHEW LAKE 20 – HAZEL AND REEDS
July 28, 2015 12 Comments
A spring morning, and young hazel shoots rise up from the drier ground beside one of the lake’s fringing reed beds.
The glowing greens of the young leaves are really the thing here, and so a shallow depth of focus reduces the reeds’ hard linear shapes to the softest of dark, streaked blurs.
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D700 with 70-300 Nikkor at 300mm; 400 ISO.