I’m not typically a fan of abstract photography, or artsy shots. But every now and then I find exceptions. It’s sometimes difficult during the fall to find interesting photos, because once the initial color changes are over, things are pretty drab in many places. This particular photo I liked because of the contrast between the sharper lines of the foreground seeds and the blurred sky through the branches in the background. Depth of field is probably one of the things I forget to play around with the most often. I usually think about just trying to get everything into focus, but sometimes it’s best if it’s not all in focus.
Exposure: 1/100 seconds
Focal Length: 250mm