First of all, thanks for all your comments on yesterday's entry; I don't post entirely abstract stuff all that often so it was good to hear your thoughts. One thing I did think was worth picking up on though was the debate about what should be posted on photoblogs, and I guess for me it's the end result that's important, not the steps in between. In other words, the amount of post-processing, distortion, blurring or whatever, is of no consequence, an image is an image is an image. And they stand or fall on the basis of the response they evoke.
As for today's shot: it's another scrape around the archival barrel, though I do have an ulterior motive for posting this one in that I'm hoping someone can identify it for me. I know what class of object it is, and I know when I took it, and which city I was in at the time, but I'm hoping someone will be able to tell me a bit more about it.
11.53am on 13/2/05|
EF 17-40 f/4L USM
40mm (64mm equiv.)