[#13 in a series of my favourite images, from my first 15 years as a professional photographer.]

Today's image is a funny one - and a little different to most of the others. It's one I'm fond of nonetheless, which is why it made the list of course!

What looks like a random collection of glowing orbs is the out of focus blur of a number of coloured lights, suspended under the awning of the Museum of Contemporary Art during Vivid here in Sydney, in 2014.

Lights at the Museum of Contemporary Art during Vivid, Sydney, 2014 (click the image to embiggen)

I was down at Circular Quay, having a look at the festival with my Fuji X-Pro 1 in hand, and somewhat accidentally tried using a macro lens, focussed to its minimum distance, to capture the lights - rather than going for detail and accuracy, I went for mood.

A bit like in the first photo in this series - sometimes, a bit of experimentation is a good thing!

Next week, another year - 2015!


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