About a month ago, I included a photo of a blurry near-full moon and a tree branch in fine focus. I mentioned that it was supposed to be the other way ‘round. Several people commented that they liked the photo the way it was.
That left me wondering what to do if I ever got the photo I wanted. Well, that time has come and I figured that I can give myself more time to work on the post I’m struggling with at the moment, and give you and my editor a break from reading.
Here’s the photo from last month.
The gallery below has the photos from this month, and a similar study of focus with moon and birds. You can let me know in a comment, or, if you want to get out before the next full moon, you can register your opinion in the poll below the gallery.
If you want to know why these photos turn out the way they do, consider the following: I am using a point & shoot camera, zoomed in pretty far. I’m attached to an Irish Setter who is fascinated by every moving thing, every sound, every smell and every person, squirrel, bird and bunny that is or recently has been near our spot. Thanks for stopping by.