Sunday, April 26, 2015

I sleep on stone, you on moss

Anemone hepatica is for me the real sign of spring arriving. These photographs were taken on April 11th in Meiko. I like how the Panasonic LX100 renders the flowers in close-up, but I'm not yet quite used to the shallow DOF compared to the LX3/LX5, so I'm often avoiding the largest aperture.

(Posting title is from the poem Miró’s Notebook by Rick Barot.)

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