Pabst on the Rail

By: Gustav Hoiland

Aug 10 2010

Category: bike polo

1 Comment

Wintry Grey Hockey Town

Came upon this square capture from a very cold day this past winter. On assignment from class with a 6×6 Hasselblad (medium format film machine), I meandered around the indoor court between games and snapped a couple off.

Of course the focus here is that Blue Ribbon emblazoned on the canister of mouthly desire, near-ice cold in its natural habitat (at arm’s length on polo courts nationwide). It’s just above center, about 1/4 from left, 1/3 from top, and … just sitting there in a world of blur. The foreground blurred cans twice its size. The bokeh’d lights behind on the right. And on and on.

The other thing that I most enjoy here is that lighter valued line of the rail, coming from upper center to bottom left. And in that direction. Somehow I just can’t see the eye as starting bottom left and following into the frame – perhaps because it has blurred to near gone-ness by the time it reaches the frame, and as such doesn’t attract any attention. I just find it to be an interesting slice through the frame.

Battery’s just about dead. ‘revoir

One comment on “Pabst on the Rail”

  1. oh you miss Boston Gus we all know


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