These flowers are on a tree in my garden. I am used to calling them by their Hawaiian name, plumeria, but I believe they are also known as frangipani? They smell divine, no matter what you call them.
I love this photo. Naysay all you want, I will stick my fingers in my ears and pretend I can't hear you (as I do when Evan says to me 'Jessica, I don't think the Lensbaby is good for landscape shots').
Well! I disagree. I think sometimes it is just perfect for landscape shots, especially beach shots. (Just to recap, the Lensbaby Composer is a lens that has one spot in the image in focus, and then blurs the rest. It's like a curved tilt/shift lens, and it's manual focus only, but very very fun to play with. The size of the in focus area increases as the aperture gets narrower; I shot this at f/5.6. The shot from Friday night was at f/2, almost nothing in focus there.)
A couple shots I took in Bangkok Friday night. First with my 50mm f1.8, second with my trusty Lensbaby Composer, which is dang tough to focus when it's dark. So that's my excuse why it isn't in sharp focus, and I'm sticking to it.