First of all, I hope you are doing well these days!
The last few weeks I have been taking quite a lot of pictures due to the sunny weather; nature photography brings only few problems regarding social distancing and therefore I often spent the evenings in nature. There are already the next three blog entries together.
Before we go into the woods of wild garlic and bluebells, I would like to start with another macro series today and finish the early blooming season - a little bit late.
Specifically, this is about "anemones” that bloom many times in the native forests at the beginning of the year. I was focused on the integration of bokeh circles, because I liked this kind of photography for a long time and now I finally found a suitable place for it. All pictures are captured with my Irix 150 Macro.
For all non-photographers: these "circles” in the background are not created by image processing, but by very specific shooting techniques and conditions on location.
I hope you will like the series!