'Bokeh' is a Japanese term referring to the quality of the out-of-focus areas of a photograph.
Good bokeh has been described as the natural, smooth and coherent way these areas are presented.
In other words, it's a pleasant blur.

So why choose a relatively obscure photographic reference to christen this space?
I just liked the name. And it wasn't taken; the .net version,* at least.

I make no claims for the bokeh in the pictures herein.
Some people take these things very seriously.

That's a Fuji GSWIII up top.
Yields big beautiful 6x9 chromes.

. . .

*This is a duplicate of the original bokeh.net site.