I found this glass on a little ledge jutting out from my building. I got as close as my camera would allow without shifting into macro mode and shot this thing at the maximum aperture, effectively dissolving the background into a colourful mush. At some point I swore off ultra-shallow depth of field, but clearly it's refused to swear off me.
The fixed lens on the Fujifilm X100s is a little soft at the maximum aperture, which gives the images a cloudy, dreamlike texture. Stop it down a little bit and the image snaps into rigorous clarity.
Also: note that little bit of glop by the glass. Just keeping it rizzle with my compozizzle.