I've been playing around with my 60mm macro lens trying to get some shots of my tulip poplar while it's in bloom. I'm hoping to get a couple of good shots to mount and frame for my guest bathroom wall. I was chasing a kiddo while I took these and didn't have time to set up a tripod, so they aren't as sharp as I'd like. The other flower shots (almond bush?) were more difficult because the buds are very small. Even though I didn't get the ideal focus, I like the bokeh. Your CCs are appreciated. Thanks!
#1 f/5.6 1/500 sec ISO-200
#2 f/5.6 1/500 sec ISO-360
#3 f/5.6 1/400 ISO-400
#4 f/4.5 1/320 ISO-400
The pics below are from a nearby meadow. They're just for share, but CCs are welcome. I took them with my Nikkor 55-200mm. Oh, how I wish I had a 300mm.....
#5 f/5.6 1/2000 ISO-400
This red-winged blackbird's wing patches were looking a little drab because he wasn't in full breeding plumage yet. I manipulated the color in them a little bit.
#6 f/5.6 1/2000 ISO-400