Shallow Depth of Field

I can’t believe that summer is almost over. Is it Friday again? I can already feel a crispness in the air.

I’m participating in a 52 week project with 16 other photographers. We have a theme each week, and post a picture every Friday at 9AM Est.

Our theme this week is shallow depth of field.

If you are interested in reading more about our themes each week click here.



It is something that is never too far from my little boys.

Every time I do laundry, and unfold socks sand comes flying out from inside the sock.

Dusty enjoys trying to eat sand.

 Sometimes I find sand in their hair, and whenever they take a bath there is sand everywhere in the bottom of the tub.

Hazen brought an entire dust pan full of sand up to the deck & dumped it!

When they remove their boots little piles of sand fall onto the rug in front of the sliding glass doors.

On this morning Fischer started yelling excitedly for me to come see his ‘sand baby.’

and then just like that he crushed his ‘sand baby’ all over the deck!

Now head over to Chrissy’s blog to check out her take on the theme this week! I can’t wait to see it.

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Stephanie - August 29, 2011 - 3:04 pm

Depth of Field is one of my favorite things to play around with and you posted some great examples. Where in SW Wyoming do you live? I’m in Laramie and didn’t know you were in my neck of the woods.

Jessidee - August 20, 2011 - 4:08 pm

Great job! My kids play in the sand all the time too. There is contstantly a trail of sand leading to the bathtub. Great job on this theme!

melissa deakin - August 19, 2011 - 5:26 pm

gotta love boys’ socks!
love these images, kate!
fabulous work, as always!

These are great examples of the theme this week, and your story telling just adds to them! Great job.

hope - August 19, 2011 - 11:21 am

beautiful kate.

Laurie - August 19, 2011 - 11:19 am

What a fabulous take on this weeks theme! I love the colors too! I have a special needs daughter who would sit in the sand for hours.. it’s cool and soothing to the touch for her. One of her sensory needs. 🙂 I always love your photo’s Kate!!

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