I have to admit - I am a bokeh guy. I just love it. I am early in my learning but I sure am having fun with it. Something about getting unfocused - isn't that contrary to your typical photographic advice? - is just so cool to me. It's like here's an idea - I know that to be a great photographer you have to focus in on your subject - pun both intended and not - but I am going to completely break all the rules of photography (and logic for that matter) and focus on - get this - nothing. The whole picture will be blurry. It doesn't really make any sense, does it? Nonetheless, I like it. So what the heck. Here's a pure bokeh goodness shot of The Long Center in Austin, with the lights reflected in the lake. See? That's cool, right?