The May assignment for the Bay Area Photo Club was motion blur, and as it turned out my trip home from Washington, DC was that same night so I missed the meeting. This probably would have been one of my entries if I could have made it back in time. It's something of a departure from the vibrant colors and perfect focusing of modern digital cameras. I'd someday like to do a body of work in this same style. Cindi Barker has started a blog and has a great post about blur and abstracting the human figure with motion - here's the link. This photo was taken at the Dupont Circle Metro Station in Washington, DC - handheld at 1/8 of a second, ISO400, and toned with Nik Silver Efex.