Another interesting shot (to me, at least) with the Fuji 60mm macro lens, shooting at f/2.4. I happened to notice this forlorn blackberry on the kitchen counter – it must have rolled out of the container unnoticed and I grabbed my camera and switched to the macro lens for this shot, just playing around, really. Talk about narrow depth of field and bokeh!
By lunchtime the sun had peeped out and I had occasion to pull out the Fujifilm 60mm macro lens for these shots of the sunlight passing through a glass of water onto the tablecloth.
I neglected to capture what this was or by whom, a collection of hanging lights in a forest of black threads.
At the Art Museum we saw glass works by Lino Tagliapietra, from the series, Il Deserto Fiorito.
Click any image to see them all enlarged.