Down amongst the grass
Sometimes landscapes work best when you focus on the small things. But in this case that meant nearly lying flat on a river bank to the consternation of passers by. The focus point and aperture were key to this image to ensure the grass and some of the flowers were in focus with the rest somewhat blurred but recognisable. This ensures there is a good sense of depth in the image. As yellow is quite a 'forward' colour the flowers stop the eye wandering out of the frame.
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