85mm 1.8: Wordless Wednesday ~03.28.12~


David Williams Photography Wordless Wednesday

f/1.8 | 1/160 | iso 50 | Canon 85mm f/1.8


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25 thoughts on “85mm 1.8: Wordless Wednesday ~03.28.12~

  1. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: My 2012 in Pictures « David Williams Photography

  2. He he he… today this is second time I see shoes in photographs… 🙂 But another wonderful photograph… As always you made an ordinary thing something special and alive… Thank you dear David, with my love, nia

  3. Wow! You can make boots and dead leaves look amazing!

    Would love for my blog to let you leave me a comment lol 🙂
    Stubborn I guess!


    • Awww, thank you for a wonderful comment Paula. I am glad you liked the images.
      I seriously tried way more than a few times to comment, sigh. Perhaps next time it’ll work for me? 😛

    • Hi there Adrian, thank you for the comment. From what I can tell, they are Men’s Wenger Swiss Army Canyoneer hiking boots and run about $110 USD. Now I am really curious as to why they were left there! 😀

  4. I hope you didn’t get your socks wet while taking this picture. I know the feeling of needing to take off the boots for a while, out for a hike.

    • Lol, I too know the need to remove my boots for awhile when hiking! As I was walking, I happened to spy these lonely boots sitting on a tree…left on right, right on the left! No idea who the owners were nor the story behind how they happened to find this resting place (hope it was a good story)! 😀

  5. I like the composition and the depth of field. Thanks for sharing! I just got a Canon 85mm 1.8 like yours, and like it too! I have a Rebel camera body, so the field of view isn’t as wide as on your camera, but I’m getting to know this lens and having fun doing it.

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