With that caveat, here are some of the images.
This first one is taken in Hyde Park, UT, just after a nice rainstorm. If you are nutty about landscapes, some of the best times to take them are right after a storm, with a very active sky.
Here's Lukas again running along the bike trail. He lost his shoe again, and then informed me that he had to go potty right after we took this. I think he just likes going in the woods, because he keeps asking me if we can do it again.
Just as the sun was about to set I snapped this little beauty with all the colors of fall. I've never been back east for the fall, but I can't think of anything that can be like Autumn in the Mountains of Utah.
I was waiting for a family to show up for their sitting and so I snapped the next few just to pass the time.
I know some people use the term "Bokeh" for this type of effect, but I do not. It's called Shallow Depth of Field, or just depth of field (Where did Bokeh come from?)
Just another short depth of field shot. You can achieve this be shooting at a very wide aperture (such as F4 or better yet, F2.8). Other things that can affect your depth of field are your focal length (length of your lens) and distance to your subject.
All Images Copyright Andrew Klc photography.