Another shot from Christie Pits park, home to one of the city's temporary garbage dumps. Like 'gnipmud on,' it was taken with the borrowed manual-focus Nikon 400/5.6, but this time it was mounted on my Olympus E-3.
The weird chain-link bokeh is actually from black chain-link fencing. It's in the background and I was also shooting through it, so I'm not sure which one's the culprit here.
And yes, it's a little soft. It was shot at 1/640, 800mm-e, but from a monopod. My vision's not the greatest, the E-3's viewfinder isn't either, and I never did check the diopter. There's a reason why autofocus lenses dominate the market.