A Flock of Peaches

Everyone I talk to says it’s been a great fruit season. Here are a few of our peaches. Yes, they are delicious.

And what’s better than spray-free, ‘organic’ fruit out of your own back yard?!

So it’s not the best peach pic in the world, but it was one of my favourites from a casual set.

Focus on the ‘hero’ peach could be improved and overall the clarity is not that great. Shot from an extreme end of the zoom length, the lens was not really at its sweet spot.

Some nice ‘golden hour’ lighting though, emphasising the fruit against a pleasing background of blue sky and green leaves.

Just makes you want to reach out and grab one, don’t it?

Some shot info if you’re interested:
Camera: Canon 550D
Lens: EFS 18-135mm
Focal Length: 135.0
Exposure: 1/250
Aperture: f/5.6
ISO: 125
Taken: 22 Feb 2016, 18:26
Post processing: Some small tweaks in levels.

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