>Uh? It works pretty well I'd say: 

To my eyes this image looks sharp in the lower 2/3, and uniformly blurred 
in the upper 1/3.  What you _do_ get using this method is a nice smooth
transition from blurred to unblurred, which may be all you need in many
situations, especially if the blur is rather soft.  

I note also that you are using a bit of a trick here:  the line of the eyes creates
a boundary in the image that makes it very difficult to perceive gradations of
blurriness at about the same level.

  -- Bill

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