Miss Haversham and focus
Points of Perception
Different each day
Yesterday I shot a series of photos of the dried heads of a mallow plant. Pretty when flowering and a pain for spreading in a small garden.
I trying to choose which image I might use (if any), it became a balancing act of today’s preferred point of perception. Full field focus on the delicacy of a head, a number of heads, or varying focal interest with minute bristles showing up, unseen by my aging naked eye.
I’ve gone for the latter, with a range of soft focus and sharp detail intermixed, against a diminishing line background.
Today I like this delicate, fey looking one. Tomorrow?