Tim Knifton

One in a series of Bokeh images………the Tyre Factory

7th August 2013

I’ve written about Bokeh earlier so I won’t emphasize in this post in much detail. As I previously said in my earlier post in June, I would write in smaller detail about my adventures using either my 50mm F1.4 or 100mm F2.8L macro lenses.

This post is based on an explore to a derelict tyre factory and my usually habit is to capture what I want with the wide-angle and after a good explore, finishing off with the aforementioned lenses.

The photo below is from the factory and the full set can be found here.

'Knobs in a row'Thanks for looking in.

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