Opening the window

I decided to throw open the window today even though it's freezing cold again, I need to shake off winter.
Using an aperture of f2.8 meant that the grass outside became a lovely blend of green.

24 comments:

  1. Sounds like my place today - the sun is shining and I've had the window open quietly telling myself that it's not "that" cold. Definitely ready for some warmer weather!

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  2. Love the setting you used on your camera.. It gave that grass a wonderful effect. Your photo looks beautiful.. Hope you enjoy your day..

    Hugs, Linda

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  3. Wow - what a gorgeous shot! I'm pretty jealous that you can see green. I'll be waiting for snow to melt for months.

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  4. This is a brilliant picture. I love the blurred green. A lens with a large aperture setting really makes a difference doesn't it?

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  5. Belo registo...Espectacular....
    Cumprimentos

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  6. Beautiful composition! I love the spiral...does it hold the window open?

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  7. I love it too. It looks so amazing.

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  8. This is a great shot Justine, and I did just this (opened some windows) yesterday. Still horribly cold here also, but just wanted that fresh air in the house. Truly felt good!

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  9. I love this.. yes it has turned cold again. Boo!!

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  10. I'm about ready for an open the window day....jealous. House is craving fresh air-or perhaps it's the house's occupant.
    Lovely close up....against the green, such contrast. Enjoy the air.

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  11. This is a beautiful shot and I love the green. Shame about all this cold and grey weather. Hoping for sunshine soon.

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  12. This is so fantastic, Justine! I love the green background - it's fantastic! Great angle - I really get the feeling of opening a window!

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  13. Love, love, love this one . The piece of hard, dark curled metal against that soft green background is just too beautiful. As soon as I saw it I thought ' how has she done that with the back ground ' and then you so thoughtfully explained....thank you.

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  14. Great capture. That wide open aperture really did capture wonderful color, focus on the subject and dof. Great work.

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  15. I adore the green! Can't wait to see some around here.

    Becky Sue

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  16. I wish I could throw open the window - love the green.

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  17. When I finally got to open a window the other day, I'm not sure who was more excited, me or the cat returning to her perch! Love the green here too.

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  18. Such a simple subject, and yet so architectural. I looks 3-D! Amazing.

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  19. What a wonderful effect. So great to see that we don't need photo editing programmes when we know how to use our camera's properly!!

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  20. Love the colour. Hope to join you in the flickr group with a photo for movement. Charmaine (no blog so have more time to take a photo)

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  21. First of all, I really love your photo, but secondly, the iron handle on that window is so unique! We have boring windows in our home...nothing to photograph like that. Lovely!

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  22. Isn't that the most lovely detail. And against that green, so beautiful.

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  23. Wonderful
    work
    thank you for sharing

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