Returning to the bokeh topic with another attempt, outdoors and all natural :-) , no electricity, no artificial lights...Today it was off and on raining followed by full sunshine.
As I left the office, I noticed the grass and meadows were still full of raindrops. I got my good camera out of the car and got down on my knees in my work clothes and took advantage of the naturally occurring bokeh. Hopefully I'll get the mud stains out of the trousers.
The bokeh in photo #3 is extreme, the white lights make me think of the flashes of dozens of paparazzi photographers and the flower is some poor celebrity. I'm interested in your tips to "turn down the volume".
I've got some softer bokeh flower photos from today which I will post on a later date.