A detail shot from the Foundry in Lawrence. This chain and can of (I believe) industrial lubricant was hanging neatly on a handle of the furnace. It presented a nice layered composition, which I took full advantage of. It was shot with the 20mm f2.8 prime. Wide open at 2.8, of course.
On another note, if you are wondering how I survived the heat in the Boston Marathon yesterday, the answer is, I didn’t. The heat, coupled with a nasty head cold were not a good combination so I looked for a convenient opportunity to bail. I pulled the plug at mile 16. It was a brutal day on the course. Worse I’ve seen in my 16 years of running it.
My hat is off to the my many friends (and everyone) who pushed through the pain and heat to complete the race. My friends were beaming with pride at last night’s post marathon party. Congrats all!