Details of the Zocalo
Last Friday, while wandering the Resort, I decided to zoom in and find details to photograph. After all, it gets a little tiring after a while taking wide landscape overviews. To accomplish this, I used my Nikkor 28mm f/1.8 lens and intentionally sent upon taking photos with a wider aperture to isolate the detail and render the background into a blur. I think some attempts were more successful than others, since the depth of field can become tricky to control, but the results were interesting nonetheless. Here are a few details taken from the Rancho del Zocalo restaurant, located next to Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.
|Some succulents fit the desert landscape.|
|A light fixture located up high.|
|More drought tolerant plants--apt for the current California climate!|
|And some flowers located outside the entrance.|
|Getting tricky figuring out which exact point to focus upon!|