f/2.8 | 1/60 | iso 100 | Canon 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM
These guys were sitting in a stone structure at the Japanese Garden in Seattle just begging to be captured. Yes, after I was done I did add few coins to the collection!
f/5.6 | 1/60 | iso 100 | Canon 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM
And here’s what the structure looked like…
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Big fan of that first shot..
Actually, same here! Thought I would add the second to put a little context to the first…
awesome selective focus, really inspiring composition
Thank you very much Fabrizio.
I too like that first shot, and am having lens envy. Not the first of your lenses I crave….
Hehehe, lens envy reminds me of a story…we were at a Mariner’s Baseball game a few years ago when this “hot” babe walks by…I turn around and watch her walk by. Next thing I know I get a whack on my shoulder from Amy saying…OMG, you were checking out the lens weren’t you!! She was carrying a Canon 400mm on a monopod! 😀
That is hilarious. And, clearly Amy is the right woman for you, lucky guy 🙂
The charm or the impression of the first one is great… Thank you dear David, with my love, nia
Thank you very much Nia.
Love the first shot, but I also like the green bokeh of the second. I now have lens envy.
🙂 Thank you for the comment Melanie…you should read the comment I just added from ehpem about a little story…still cracks me up to this day!
Beautiful focus and colors, especially for the 1st one.
Thank you very much for your comment and for visiting, hope to see you around again!
So how much did you make away with? j/k 🙂 Nice find and really like how the blur from the shallow DOF in the first brought out the green discoloration.
I took enough for a Latte…buahahaha, SO kidding! 😛 As always, thank you for the comment Brandon.