I like to use unconventional photography techniques to add some magic to the final photos. For this purpose, I play with the size of the aperture, use blur, and play with bokeh. This may not be a typical approach in landscape photography, but the world of photography is filled with typical/classic landscapes, so sometimes it is worth standing out from them.
In this case, I photographed the winter pines covered with the first snow from behind a birch grove, which still had a few yellow leaves left. With an aperture of f/6.7, they created an amazing bokeh in the foreground, like Christmas lights on a Christmas tree.
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