Bozeman Public Gardens

Bozeman Public Gardens

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Bozeman’s public gardens are starting to get winterized. Most of the plants have been removed and piled to the side. I decided to walk by last night since the light was cool and a storm was brooding. All the flowers in this patch at the edge of a plot were being blown around by the gusts of wind. I framed it and just shot off about a dozen shots without looking. This was my favorite from that perspective. Seems very spherical — kind of like a snow globe of south Bozeman.

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  • nice perspective.. i like how you shot this.. especially how they sway to the left.. :)

  • agree with your spherical comment. my favorite time to photograph flowers and plants is at dusk or after dark – the light at this time adds so much mystery. this photo has it -especially with the house in the background.

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  • Shutter speed: 1/4000 sec
  • Focal length: 17 mm
  • Aperture: f/4.0


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