Finding a patch of beautiful flowers can make finding a great subject easy. The work comes in positioning one or more of the flowers so that the background supports the subject. Here I positioned the foreground Black-Eyed Susan flower so that it was about 1/3 of the way into the frame and centered it between the three most-visible background flowers. Using the longest-available-in-this-lens focal length, a wide open aperture with a close focus distance allows the background to go blurred. Lighting is from a cloudy sky.