Dreamy Bokeh, Mississippi River and French Quarter Pictures

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Matassa Market French Quarter New Orleans
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Thanks to a very low humidy record during the past  weekend (unheard of  for Louisiana in August!), I shot a few (IMHO) great images with the Canon EF 85mm f/1.2L II USM, at the Hale Boggs Mississippi River Bridge in Luling , LA and in the French Quarter in New Orleans, LA. The small slideshow doesn’t do any justice, since the images should be really viewed at larger size to fully appreciate the feel them and the dreamy bokeh. Open edition prints are for sale and available from 8″x12″ to very large prints sized @ 20″x30″ and can be ordered and shipped in USA and Europe.

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2 Responses

  1. Ma gawd, how did you get that foreground bokeh in the first pic?

  2. Lol, that is easy, as you can see everything is out of focus.

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