The baritone saxophone in the slideshow photographs has been in my possession for over four decades. It was made around 1930, and I purchased it in the late 1960s from a musician in Washington, DC, who was a friend of the family. I love the textures of the machined parts and the way light reflects from the surfaces. Saxophones are indeed a product of the industrial age. The photographs were made with the Minolta 50mm f3.5 macro lens on a Sony a850 and the RAW files were processed in Aperture 3 and Silver Efex. Please click on an individual image or go to one of the featured galleries listed above.