I think of bokeh -- lovely, inexplicable, often misunderstood -- as the supporting cast & crew in the drama of a photo. Not the lead but the stand-in, the lighting director, the prop mistress, the make-up man. Without bokeh, the main character can be flat, lifeless, light-less. With it, there just might be a standing ovation.
In my photo above, bokeh's getting ready to take a bow. In Elizabeth Glass's photo below, bokeh's whooping it up at the cast party.
Until next time.
lucy @ a little light reading
taxi dancers by elizabeth glass