Share Six | Narrow Depth of Field

I’m so excited that Share Six is back up and running!! On top of that, I am super excited to be a contributor!!

Hope you’ve enjoyed Sharleen’s, Kim’s, and Brandi’s takes on this months theme – Narrow Depth of Field.

I really debated on what to photograph. I almost always shoot with a very narrow depth of field, using close to the widest aperture on my lenses, so it was more of a challenge to be creative with this theme. I debated whether to do portrait or shoot nature. As you will see, I ended up going with nature.

We have a pond behind our yard that is normally abundant with photographic opportunities. Unfortunately though, it’s March and everything is pretty much still dead and lacking color. I scrounged around looking for anything that might look halfway decent photographed. I crawled on the ground, lied down on my stomach and tried to contort myself to get any creative angle I could. Our neighbor even came out to see what “the crazy neighbor” (me) was doing. So this is what I ended up getting. Hope you enjoy!!

Don’t forget to participate and post your take on the theme as well! Link them to our Facebook page and share on Instagram!

Don’t forget to click the link and head on over to Erica’s page. Check out her awesome take on this month’s theme!!

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Here’s Erica’s link again so you don’t have to scroll up. 🙂