It's called: "Out Of Bounds" and it starts where Bokeh leaves off. Just like Bokeh there is an apparent shallow depth of field; but, the next step is to intersperse yet another image right at the "break point" of the image, usually a photo frame of some sort. Well, you'll just have to see it to believe it (or not.)
It does require a fair bit of image manipulation in some image processing program or other, like Photoshop or GIMP; so, they are not the "raw" photographs which sit well with some photographic "purist" types; but, wow! What an attention getter they are. They cannot be achieved by the skill of the photographer, but require a different skill – just as accomplished.
The technique is reminiscent of some of the old cartoon illustrations we used to see on magazines like the "Saturday Evening Post" and others; so, has some "nostalgic" value.
Many of the photograph's below were winners of Photoshop's "Unusual Photographs" contest and have been displayed as collections on some of my favorite blogs such as Envato's psd-tuts+… and now Offroading Home.
Out-Of-Bounds GEOtography - Example Images.
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Highest Offroading Home Pageloads:In only six days after it posted (Sep 3rd) Havasu BLM Trail Closures shot up to the post with the 3rd highest pageloads since Google began making Offroading Home's "stats" available to us! And of course it's still climbing.
Since July 2010, only Offroading Home posts Doing GPS 106: Reading A Topo Map (posted Aug 10th, 2010) and Doing GPS 102: Coordinate Systems and Conversions (Posted Jun 22nd, 2010) are higher, being first and second respectively.
Great Basin ATV SUV Trails (posted Jul 22nd, 2010) comes in fourth with GPS Maps 104: Satellites Spheres and Datums (posted Jul 10th, 2010) fifth.
Way ta go Havasu!