The other night I was playing with my new Rokinon f5.6 500mm mirror lens. The construction of the lens (a large mirror rather than a series of lenses) means that it produces a doughnut-shaped bokeh. Some photographers are put off by the bokeh, but I find it rather weird and interesting, something to embrace as a creative tool.
So I went to shoot downtown Cobourg with the new lens, fulling intending to play with the bokeh and shallow depth-of-field. This image is the clock on Victoria Hall in Cobourg, through some of the Christmas lights festooning a light-post.