Reading all of the responses to this post made me get up early the other morning (2 below zero F mind you) and shoot with my Rokinon 85mm 1.4 to capture some elusive bokeh that I knew was out there if I only made an effort to find it. Shooting wide open (what the manuals say to do) I did get some circles of light in the back ground but they were quite obnoxious being of many different colors. I decided to convert the image to black and white to get some uniformity to the blobs, I mean circles, I mean bokeh. I think it's bokeh anyway but wouldn't stake my life on it. It may appear to some sensitive souls that I am making fun of bokeh enthusiasts (and there are many of them) but I definitely am not. I love how the word rolls off the tongue, its Japanese origin, how it elevates the mystique of old lenses and most importantly of all, how it makes us photographers appear to be on the same philosophical level as writers, painters and sculptors by having are own enigmatic language. If we as photographers can't really nail down the definition of "bokeh", no one else can and that makes us special.