‘A Lamb in the gate’
You’ve heard of the expression ‘a hair in the gate’ from movie-making, where a stray fibre of some sort finds its way onto the film when it’s being loaded into the camera? The result is that a few frames of shot film have the erratic movement of the fibre embedded in their celluloid forever, thus causing distraction for the viewer. Well, here’s a post-modern variation on this very theme!
*Shot using a Fujifilm S8100fd 10MP bridge camera with settings at ISO-64, lens set at 44mm, aperture at f/5, average metering mode and an exposure time of 1/480 seconds*