Photography is a lot about perception, likes and dislikes.
An area of note is bokeh, it can make or break a photo much the same as HDR.
I like the bokeh in this photo courtesy of a Zeiss lens but I also like the bokeh Meyer Optik Gorlitz optics can produce which can really be over the top and all about the “look” a person is going for.
Bokeh is often touted , often enough for a lens to be accompanied by a superlative of being the king of bokeh .
Something of a buyer beware for me when added as a sales incentive which it often is along with a non applicable “rare” designation for some undeserving lenses.
The bounty provided by the Earth is legendary, much is renewable if not taken for granted – yet that isn’t the way of what is referred to as “ modern man”, especially corporations and governments who may pay lip service to the environment as they line their pockets and campaign war chests with lobbyist money but seldom fail to place the common welfare of both people and the planet first.
Of the seven and a half billion people in the world politicians by number are a minuscule percentile of the total population – how is it they control the quality of life?
An example of nature’s bounty above, easily grown and maintained.
In 2003 what was said to be a miniature humanoid skeleton was discovered, this discovery led to a lot of speculation and opinions.
Later DNA testing determined that whatever it is contains ninety percent human DNA with the remaining ten percent being unidentifiable.
In the above photo there is a naturally occurring form a friend said resembles the ATACAMA figure.
You be the judge – I won’t provide any clue where this “image” can be seen other than it is small and you’ll have to look closely – it might help to pull up an image on the net to provide an idea of what to look for.