I love playing around with cameras and subjects, just to see what might transpire. Snowed under with work at the moment, there's little time to get out during the day to make some images. Tonight I was pondering what to pursue, half-remembered I had some sand dollars tucked away somewhere, and in the magic bag found this skull fragment. I took my camera, played around with different lo-fi lens options that included a dollar store magnifying glass and eventually came up with some selective focus close-ups. I like the sweep of the subject across the frame, the one clear focal point defined by the blurred tones of the supporting skull structure, defined by inky negative space.