When you focus your camera lens on a foreground subject, sometimes the background is pleasingly blurred. That blur is referred to as bokeh:
More Photo a Week.
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My daughter and I saw a chuckwalla enjoying the scenery while hiking in Usery Park last June. My entry for the Photo a Week Challenge.
For Nancy Merrill’s challenge this week:
Today I’m taking Nancy Merrill’s Photo a Week Challenge. Here’s a view taken at North Mountain Park in Phoenix:
And this one is a view of our backyard featuring Ralph the chihuahua and Mr. Peebody the fountain:
And this is a view of a small portion of the Rose Garden at Mesa (Arizona) Community College:
My daughter Katie invited me to visit Boyce Thompson Arboretum with her today. It was my first time, and I will be happy to return. The Arboretum in Superior, Arizona, is full of lush plants that thrive in the desert. I will be posting a photo essay soon, but for now, here is a footbridge for Nancy Merrill’s challenge:
My offerings for Nancy Merrill’s Photo a Week Challenge:
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt.
Litany of Diseases
(and some things that are not)
E. coli and
Your grandma’s old credenza
Mad cow disease
West Nile virus