It’s another Experimental Friday entry which takes us back to the pylons that were featured on Tuesday’s Long Exposure post.  After getting the composition I had sought for some time, I took the camera off the tripod and decided to play with angles and depth of field.  I noticed this rusted screw in the nearest pylon and decided to make that a focal point with the swirling waves serving as a backdrop.  I opened up the lens to its widest aperture and focused on the screw.  In doing so, the texture of the rust and the patterns on the pylon took center focus with the rest of the pylons somewhat blurred in the background.

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