Finally getting around to processing some images from last summer... M8 w/ 90 Summicron (E55, non-APO) -
M8 w/ 50 Lux ASPH -
Thanks. Mother nature didn't coordinate her plans with our travel schedule In hindsight, the rain and clouds worked out okay in those images, but at the time we were kicking ourselves for traveling to Alaska so late into the summer season.
Divine Word Fathers Seminary (origin the Netherlands 1875 as Societas Verbi Divini)--Conesus, NY (closed 1965)
Leica M8.2 w/Voigtlander M Heliar 15mm f4.5
DavidE and John Black and everyone who continues to post some fabulous images - Thank You.
John, that train trestle shot is great. Loving it.
John - that first image is haunting and magical!! Amazing!!!
Having lots of fun with this thing!!
All images with the ZM 35 f2 Biogon:
Woody: Nice photos. The first one with the sliver of the Chrysler building's great. Cheers.
Cool shot with the Chrysler building, Woody.
Color version of an earlier B&W post. Flying fish market in the morning. Thanks for looking. Cheers.
M9: 24mm f/1.4; 1/40s; ISO 200 (EXIF Data's incomplete in LR2?)
John B, Jlp, Roan & Matt, all Inspiring & well Done!
Driscoll - great shot of the fish market!! I like the repetition on the pendant lights and fish.
jlp - Beautiful colors and composition!!!
F2, FM2, D700, 3,5/20 UD, 2/35, 3,5/55, CV 2,5/75 (all ai or ai´d), 1,8/85 af-d,
Steve/Lloyd/Jlp/Roanjoh: Thanks for looking.
John: Your new "cloud" shots with the train are very cool. Where were you?
J.B., These 2 have that European, ww2 look to them. Really puts you right into the image! Excellent IQ,Mood & Tone!
Leif, you are to be excused for not knowing every fjord, peak valley and remote village in a land with endless coasts and beautiful vistas. For me, it's fascinating to leave a country where fifty year old items are treated as antiques and visit a country where you can step into 800-900 year old wooden churches that are still attended by some of the ancestors of the people who probably first built the church. They are such a treasure trove of cultural identity.
Here are a couple of other images. One with one of the out buildings up the road built for the priest/minister. And the other of the inside of the church (it was hard to grab a good picture as there are restrictions on taking pictures inside -- which I covertly ignored by pretending to be a dumb tourist).
a few shots of a project going on in my shop:
hammer finished bronze vanity' will have an inset stone top and elliptical sink, wall mounted
Kurt: Nice photos. I especially like the interior.
Jlm: Interesting shots of the "vanity" The welding one's cool. Wall Street stimulus money at work? Cheers.
"A family day at the park". Thanks for looking. Cheers.
M9: 75mm f/2; 1/4000s @ f/2.8; ISO 160
You've got a couple of "looks" there Matt! Sharp,contrasty,composition,..Excellent! The different expressions are very cool! Great PJ!
Kurt, IQ, contrast & subject matter are Awesome!
Jim, nice documentary & Exceptional IQ!
NYC seems to afford custom work like that; has kept my biz thriving for 30 years. the client for that vanity lives in Texas, but has a peid a terre here in NY (now undergoing and just about completed, a +5M renovation for which we also made a curved staircase)
Lots of Great Pictures this page
Matt - your family is the winner for me.
I'm in Cornwall for a week, locked up to do some serious work. However, walks are allowed and we got out for an hour this afternoon:
Both with the M9 and the MATE
and here is the little guy Casper - 75 'cron
Just this guy you know
Nice, very nice clouds/sky as always.....but your new friend....beautiful! congrats Jono, may you two enjoy a very long and loving relationship.....Peter
From my front door...the Blizzard of 2010!
Best to all,