We missed our connection flight in Detroit the night before and got booked on an early one next morning to Portland, Oregon. I was still tired on my way to the gate but all my bells ringed when I saw the fountain with the Boing 747 behind the glass. Flash was not really an option because of the glass and the tripod was of course checked with my luggage. There was not much time to fiddle in this low light situation. I used the Carl Zeiss Distagon T* 35/f2 with manual focus. I took eight images and liked eventually the one with the plane of focus somewhere between the jets of water the best (1/5s, f5.6, ISO 250).
I felt that the color version didn't really reflect what I had in mind when the image was captured. I tried different things, including B&W conversion, and ended up with an ocean blue split tone that creates a cool "early morning" effect. I used a preset in Adobe Lightroom that I got some time ago from Matt Kloskowski's blog Lightroom Killertips.