June Blog Circle - Shallow Depth of Field

Each month I participate in a blog circle with other photographer moms of all levels of photography!  This month's blog circle topic is Shallow Depth of Field. Photographers often shoot with a shallow depth of field, which means that they isolate a small part of the image to be in focus, while creating a nice bokeh (or blur) in the rest of the image. This creates a visual sense of interest for the viewer.

This month I was outdoors and saw that our tiny little garden had 4 yummy looking strawberries! Its unusual I get to pick them before the pesky bugs or animals get to them!

Head over to

Carrie's Blog

to see her interpretation of this month's theme. Follow the links to see everyone's awesome blogs!