隠れ場所/safe haven

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48 thoughts on “隠れ場所/safe haven

  1. Pingback: safe haven-Takami Ibara photos – Br Andrew's Muses

  2. Takami, this is a perfect use of focus to draw the eyes to one small area in a photo. You must have very sharp eyes to even see that bird and make it a tiny but main point of interest. Bravo!

    • Thank you Mr. Hien!! I’ve been working on new techniques and trying to get out my comfort zone. Fortunately, birds always “force” us to try different approaches and points of view 🙂 So glad you could stop by.

  3. Hello Takami, wonderful use of a shallow depth of field ~ brings the idea of a safe haven perfectly. Great eye 🙂 I hope you’ve had a great summer ~ wishing you well!

    • Hello Randall,
      Apologies for the belated response. Where has the time gone?
      So glad you could stop by and comment. My summer has been full of ups and downs…but soon it will be autumn, my favorite season and a wonderful time for photography 🙂 Hope you had a good summer and that you’re doing well.

      Best,
      Takami

  4. I thought at first you were playing a trick on this old man, but I finally found your subject. How did YOU spot it, is the big question? Well I’m certainly glad you did. Beautiful.

    • Thank you my friend! (And apologies for the belated reply)
      To answer your question: it was a challenge. I saw some movement in the fields, and first thought it was the breeze. But then I saw some wings 🙂 And then — it was patience and a bit of good luck!

      • I always believed that truly talented people are those who make their own luck, or those who have a lot of faith. Either way, it was a beautiful shot. Hope your summer has gone well, and best wishes for a gentle Autumn.

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