When you go to a place every other day for over a year to take pictures, you start to have to really try hard to find different pictures to take, or risk getting really bored. This photo was taken while crouched down in the brush along the shore of the Saline River in Curtiss Park. The waterfall in the background is viewed here through the tunnel under the road that crosses the river. I liked the abstract nature of it, though also that it wasn’t so abstract you can’t work out what the parts are. I tried a few different aperture settings to play around with the depth of field, and ended up deciding I liked the blurrier background to highlight the leaf shapes.
Exposure: 1/320 seconds
Focal Length: 233 mm