My Year in Photos 2012
I don’t know what this is called, but it is fuzzy – and it looks better full-sized
I think we call that Pussy Willow, not sure!
Way to work the depth of field and focus point to give our eye something to focus on in a busy frame. It’s really a pretty fuzzy thing and really well photgraphed. Love the warm tones too….
I also thought of kind of willow, but that doesn’t matter. I do like the beautiful image.
Whatever they are, they look quite good in the enlarged pic and I like all those muted greens, golds and warm browns.
Great, lovely tangle with beautiful DOF.
It looks like you figured out your DOF on the 60D…this is just so beautiful! Outstanding work!
Thank you 🙂
Yes, I am finally getting the hang of the DOF. I had it backwards in my head. It’s confusing to remember that apertures are pretty much the opposite of what your intuition tells you.
This dof is wonderful, you captured a peaceful slice of time.
I agree with the other comments (I read them ;-)) on the warmth and DOF. It really made the image pleasing to the eye. I would say a type of willow too, but let’s see what our resident plant expert, Ellen, has to say.
Pussy willow! they are one of the first signs of spring. We don’t have any growing around here, but we did have them on Staten Island when I was growing up. I loved them–they are so soft and silky.
Wonderful DOF and colors on the pussy willows.
It’s definitely pussywillow and it’s the male flower. You can tell from all the yellow pollen on the tips of the flower. Beautiful capture!
Lovely! As was said the DOF is perfect. I found it helps to think of the f stop as the fraction that it is
Not to be a show off but it is pussy willow (don’t know which one) and they are always male. This is upside down…
I love pussy willows…sadly we don’t have any! Lovely photo.
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