Here in Ottawa, I have seen more fireworks in a year than I had seen in my entire life elsewhere. Right now, I am seeing this beautiful presentation of colors, explosions, beams that goes in a crescendo and I found myself thinking about writing some words.
But, not about fireworks, though. About this subject, I already have a post.
What I want to do is to bring these pictures that I took today in some garden close to home while the Sun was setting down, with the light almost hitting the lenses.
The one above and the one below were taken with 55mm whereas the last one with 35mm, but all of them at f/2.8, ISO 100 and 1/640s, on a Nikon D7000 camera.
In common, they present that bokeh background (inspired by my wife who loves them) and a bit of cross-processing to give that an old look to the pictures.
As usual, I do not know the name of the flowers…