Glass Chime


This is another photograph using an old Nikon lens on the GF1. In this case, I’m using the 85 1.4, which is know for the silkiness of the out-of-focus area.

The wind chime is made out of a faux beach glass, so it has a soft patina. The striker is a ball of roughly shaped glass. The background is a window looking into a snow covered garden. The cob webs are because this hasn’t been dusted in a while.

The photo was shot at f/1.4 with the focus on the striker.  I like the textures and the colors quite a bit.

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3 Responses to Glass Chime

  1. nihaojapan says:

    The lens is terrific! I especially love the colors, just chill me out!

  2. Marianne says:

    I think the cob webs add beauty to the wind chimes. That’s why they were not removed!

    • nihaojapan says:

      I totally agree! Because the background is so silky (thanks for the lens), hence we need some nice row silk in the foreground. cobweb is kind of silk, isn’t it? 🙂

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