Can blurry be better?

Sometimes I like to get all artsy fartsy.
Well, to be honest, I don’t really know what the definition of that really is.
Fartsy doesn’t sound very ladylike so lets just drop that shall we?
Sometimes I like to get Artsy.
That to me translates into something atypical.
And what’s more atypical then a photo that’s not in focus?
On purpose.
I think these kind of photos work best with silhouettes,
or something that lends itself to a lot of bokeh.
So to me sometimes blurry can be better.
If anything else, at least it’s a little different.
 And I value that.


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