Arboretum "Het Leen"

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Some from a small town (small) arboretum.
I already shared some views from there in the past.
These were taken in b&w. Some from another set, in colour, might get a b&w conversion as well.

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Thanks, Mike and Terri!
Very much appreciated!

That's odd, Mike. I do this quite often.
Most of my series have a number of images with shallow depth of field as well.
I try for compositions that both make both use of the out of focus objects and the main "subject".
Limited by the surroundings of course.

I don't remember you using such shallow depths of field. Trying to get out of your comfort zone? :)
#4 is quite pleasing.
The colour set is not an exact overlap, Terry.
I have two posts in the Showcase thread for the KMZ Tair 11A 135mm f/2.8 (this is the lens I used for the colour set): here and here.
And if you don't mind stepping outside of the Café, you can have a look at the gallery in colour about this arboretum on my website: Het Leen - Eeklo.
Most recent images are at the beginning, oldest ones at the end.

These are very nice. I would love to see the color versions!!
 
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:)
So recognizable.

How often I don't go into a room to fetch something, only to realize I forgot what I wanted or just plain forget I came in for a specific reason.
Since I'm just shy of 60, this has me worried!
But then I tend to forget about what I was worried :rolleyes:
 
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Really appreciated, Dossy!
Thank you!

I'm already heavily relying on outlook for reminders, both at home and at work.
(these don't fall of 🙂)

Strangely, these reminders never seem to be necessary :confused:

Lovely series, Bart! I really like the detail in #6 and #7. BTW, as being just a month shy of 73, start marking stuff with post-it notes....that's all I'm saying......:)
 
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