At f2.8, my 100mm macro lens offers incredibly shallow depth of field. This coupled with the 6D make it possible to create the washes of out of focus color. I used ISO 50 to really soak in the vibrant colors, along with Live View to focus. Everything was tripod mounted to keep it steady. I hope you have a chance to photograph some seasonal flowers during your Easter Sunday.
I also found this one branch illuminated by the light, surrounded by darkness. It's a rather ordinary subject, but it's meaningful to me.
There was a time when I would have walked right past this without even giving it a glance. Today however, I enjoy studying nature more closely and observing the subtle ways shadows and light play off of each other.
It's not all about sunsets and rainbows. Sometimes we need to search a little harder, look a bit closer, and slow our pace. Let the other photographer's jostle for position and shoot the same subject. Here's to finding your own light.