I carried it through the woods.
Hi, on a hazy autumn morning I took my Leica M9+Summicron 2/50 to the River Rhine, which is very low at present:
Maybe, this is why LORELEY looks so sad;
Hi, I went to the Central Garage in Bad Homburg for the end-of-the-car-season event (with my SONY A7R2+S/Z FE2,8/35):
There is a private museum:
Enthusiasts came with their cars:
They brought their pets, too:
For the classically educated, we conclude with:
per aspera ad ASTRA:
Got round to actually shooting one 5x4 (large format film) frame of a tree ( well part of it anyway) which I walk pass at least twice everyday when going into the village.
I can't show the image as the negative is still sat in the film holder
Hi, I went to Wiesbaden (SONY NEX-5 + ZEISS Batis 2/25 (first time ever)):
With Art Nouveau buildings:
To the main Spa Building:
There is a casino, too, with a statue of a famous player in the park:
Closing with early autumn colours:
Broke my sunglasses with it when hanging it around my neck!
Out on today's walk
Hi, today I went to Switzerland ((by car) difficult driving conditions) and enjoyed the first snow this winter - or autumn ... --- :
(SONY A7R2 - ZEISS Loxia 2,8/21)
Out with Indi
Hi, I went for a walk around Andeer/Switzerland (Leica M9 - Summicron 2/50) for views like this one:
Hi, I took a bus (and my SONY A7 + S 4/70-200 FE) up into the mountain village Of Wergenstein ...
...to look down on the valleys ...
I nipped over to Lumsdale to do some obligatory milky waterfall shots
We were collecting a friend from God's Own Country for a weekend visit and stopped here for our dinner on the way home. (obviously not actually today but today is the first chance I have had to download the SD card)
we had a visitor
first time ever in our garden
Hi, a jackdaw (through the window, crop):
Edit: a chough or similar. Possibly a foreign bird that has been called a jackdaw incorrectly.
Off to Fire Club, this is from last week's as I won't be back untill after midnight:
DSC_1678e by Ken, on Flickr
You are right! It is an alpine chough (seen in Switzerland) ...
Like this one:
a wee dram
Hi, around Andeer/Switzerland (Leica M9 - Summicron 2/35):
Stared at wet moss for a bit, started to look like part of some strange forest
Mossy Dew by K G, on Flickr
Hi, went for a walk, hoping the sky would clear - but it didn't ... :
Grüezi, went for a walk through Andeer/Switzerland:
Ending at the Cafe Iselin:
With a Kir Royal :
Have a nice weekend!
Hi, played around with my Leica M9 + ZEISS Distagon 1,4/35:
Hi, I went for a walk (Leica M9 - Leica Elmarit 2,8/24 ASPH) to take some pics "autumn in the city" :
Hi, I visited a churchyard this frosty morning:
It looked less depressing when the sun came out:
Checked the weather & correctly predicted a foggy morning for a nice walk in the woods
Hi, played with my SONY NEX-5N + VOIGTLÄNDER Ultron 2/28, progressing from street-photography to the new genre Autobahn-photography ( ):
Went to town, where they started the "silent time".
Hi, took a few pics of a jay stealing nuts (SONY A7 - SONY FE 4/70 - 200, crop):
What have I done with my camera today ? ......
Ran out the door and left it on the table
Went to snap at a local running race and while knocking the shutter speed down, managed to change from AF-C to AF-S NOOOOOOOOOOO! Leaders out of focus and … Bollards were sharp though.
Took a few shots from the window with the EOS 1V, but without any film loaded and left the house without it.
Just a good feeling having made some shots and there will be no work afterwards. Nothing to develop and scan, no memory cards, no processing at all, great!
Hi, went to my hairdresser's, had some time left, so I went to the vintage car dealer next door (with my Leica M9 - ZEISS Planar 2/50) for a look around:
Hi, I took pictures of a squirrel.
It said "hello"!
Had a drink:
Ate a few nuts:
That's the whole story ... ---
Took it for a walk and deleted every photo. Im just not feeling it lately
Nice to see a Red, we only have greys round here, Reds are very few and far between.
Hi, took a few bird pics (SONY a7, Sony 4/70-200, heavily cropped):
Took it for a walk: