Composition: Foreground Framing

Challenge #12 in the Ways of Seeing series. Hosted by jezsik.
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Finding a good, well-lit subject is the first challenge faced by a photographer. The second is how to compose the shot. One technique calls for "framing" the subject with foreground elements; this helps draw the viewer's eye to the subject. For this challenge, submit an image that includes distinct, but OUT OF FOCUS, foreground framing elements. See the "Additional rules" and refer to the sample images for illustration.
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In Vino Veritas
Under the bed
Playing with lego
Stalker View
Chain link fence Owl
I found you
Cherry Blossoms and the Washington Monument
Can't take my eye out of you
Creative composition
Rail Road to Chicago
Who's watching who?
Under the bow
Norwegian Conifers
Split Rock in the Fall
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Lion Boy
Kimono Dancer
Pink Blossoms
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