A lightbulb moment (Jupiter 11A 135mm f4 vintage lens) by phil_howcroft

A lightbulb moment (Jupiter 11A 135mm f4 vintage lens)

A lightbulb moment

A dangling solar powered garden lightbulb hanging from our garden trellis.

Shot with a vintage Jupiter 11A 135mm f4 lens lens from 1972, shot on my Sony A7 camera purchased in 2020

The Jupiter 11A is a Russian prime lens built in the KOMZ Kazan Optical Mechanical Factory, 435 miles due East of Moscow, The lens is a copy of a Carl Zeiss "sonnar" design.

Turned out OK
I like it! Very cool shot with that lovely bokeh!
June 29th, 2020  
Great details and bokeh !
June 30th, 2020  
love it - fav
June 30th, 2020  
What a super bunch of bokeh! (Unlikely to be the collective noun for more than one bokeh, but hey.......)
June 30th, 2020  
Wonderful bokeh...& you can see the filament in the bulb.
June 30th, 2020  
@happypat thank you very much pat :) the russians knew a thing or two about lenses back in the 70's !!!

@casablanca Casa' my understanding is bokeh is the term for blurry backgrounds , so it is in effect the collective noun (I think), the bubbles you see are bokeh bubbles . Thank you for your visit

@pdulis thanks Peter, much appreciated

@cocobella thank you Corinne ,your visits are most supportive

@marlboromaam glad you like this maggie
June 30th, 2020  
Great bokeh! Fav
July 5th, 2020  
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