Just a quick post before the Easter weekend begins to wish you all a happy Easter! I have a busy weekend ahead as I get ready to start filming on a student film that’s been rescheduled five times so far. Fifth times a charm, right? (And hopefully I didn’t jinx it by saying we were finally starting up.) Then Easter dinner at my parents house on Sunday.
Hope you all have fun coloring eggs, doing Easter egg hunts, Easter service, Easter dinner and all that jazz.
On the other hand, how cute are these Easter pet photos I found?
Hope you all enjoy the holiday, whatever you’re doing!
I do love me a good bokehlicious bokeh! I’m surprised I waited until so close to Christmas to decide I really needed to get some wonderful bokeh pictures, capturing all the holiday lights before they are gone. So off I went on a walk around the neighborhood. I had to play with my camera a bit to figure out what size I wanted my bokehs. Too big and the outline of your subject becomes a blur, too small and it just looks like you couldn’t commit to taking a totally sharp photo or just going for the bokehlicious bokehs.
You can laugh at the word bokehlicious all you want. It’s actually a hashtag on Instagram. To see more of my photos, follow me on Instagram!
This has been a tough year for me, so I thought I’d at least try and end it on a fun and whimsical note. To me, bokeh’s are a lot of fun, so I hope you like them, too. And if you’ve had a bad year like me, chin up, buttercup! There’s a new year just around the corner. Let’s make it a good one! Time to blur out the bad things from this year and turn them into beautiful bokehs!
And of course, there’s always the wonderful bokehs of the Christmas tree lights indoors as well. I didn’t get motivated to take those until Christmas day. Last year I was trying to do them as soon as we had the tree up!