Summer’s Bounty

© 2013 Thousand Word Images by Dustin Abbott

I love the point in summer when it seems like so many of my perennial plants burst into blossom. Yellow is a lovely color, but can be tough to capture sometimes. Compression and large aperture have combined to produce a beautiful green “cream” here for the yellow to shine again. Just another reason why I love photography.

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Technical info: Canon EOS 6D, Canon 135L + Canon Extender 1.4xII, Processed in Adobe Lightroom 5

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