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Yomitan Port with 50mm f/1.2

This pictures were taken with a newly acquired 50mm f/1.2 lens. The Depth of Field on this lens is razor thin which makes for some really fun images. The bokeh (background blur) that this lens produces when stopped wide open is gorgeous.

 This mom was sitting patiently while her kids were playing.

This mom was sitting patiently while her kids were playing.

 Searching for the perfect spot to build a sand castle.

Searching for the perfect spot to build a sand castle.

 Grandpa teaching her how to fish.

Grandpa teaching her how to fish.

 Razor thin DOF!

Razor thin DOF!

 I love the DOF and Bokeh this lens produces!

I love the DOF and Bokeh this lens produces!

 Seashell caught in the rocks.

Seashell caught in the rocks.

 It can be tough to nail focus at this wide of an aperture but when you do, the results are gold.

It can be tough to nail focus at this wide of an aperture but when you do, the results are gold.

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 Abandoned fishing boat.

Abandoned fishing boat.

 Coils of unused rope.

Coils of unused rope.

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 Work bench.

Work bench.

 Buoys and rope.

Buoys and rope.

 Abandoned fishing boat.

Abandoned fishing boat.

 Self-Portrait.

Self-Portrait.

Richard MaceYomitan Port