We paid a visit to the world-famous Butchart Gardens back in the Fall of 2021. With a former quarry as a canvas, Jennie Butchart envisioned transforming this space into a beautiful garden haven, overflowing with lush greens and colourful blooms. The result of her vision is The Gardens in Victoria, BC, which are still family run to this day.
And as you may imagine, there were plenty of beautiful things to photograph!
It wasn’t until after returning home and comparing the photos my wife had taken with mine, did I find that we had focused on the same view, albeit with different results:
It does show that no two people will look at something the same way.
Which do you think makes for the better shot? The picture that focuses on the foreground, or the one that focuses on the background?