No, it’s salad dressing. More fun with the Fujinon 60mm macro lens.
Covid-long hair, approaching the limits of boredom after 9 days of quarantine in the bedroom.
…or maybe it was the other way around. anyway, looked like they might be interesting to photograph, pace Garry Winogrand
What does that key even fit?
I spent the final week of 2020 quarantined in my bedroom from the day after Christmas until a couple of days into the New Year – 10 days. While I never suffered any symptoms, I had accompanied my mother to take the test that was positive in her case, potentially exposing me and I followed NY State’s guidelines (and, yes, she’s nicely recovered now, thank you). Towards the end of those 10 days I pulled out my camera, attached a 60mm macro lens (90mm e) and started looking around the bedroom for something to shoot. Fair warning: bedroom macros coming up!
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!