1124 – Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me

After the rather lengthy third part of the review of my new Tamron SP AF 17-50mm 2.8 XR Di II VC LD Asp IF lens, let me finish the day with a much shorter post.

I made this image in the morning on my way to work. It was mostly dry, with only a tiny hint of the slightest drizzle. The image shows a little more noise than I’d like to see, because I had forgotten to reset the -0.7EV that I had dialed in yesterday evening. It’s not too bad though, even though I have raised noise in the dark fence by applying a little Topaz Detail to it in Screen mode. I am glad anyway, that I have made the image, because in the afternoon the slight drizzle has changed to solid rain.

By the way, concerning this lens, I am pretty through with those aspects that interested me most. If there is anything more that you want to know, simply leave me a comment, I’ll try to look into your questions.

The Song of the Day is “Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me” from the 1962 Quincy Jones production “Nana Mouskouri in New York”. This is a stellar album and it came as an absolute surprise to me. Hear her on YouTube.

8 thoughts on “1124 – Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me”

  1. the framed frame framed. wow!

    in combination with the bright, bright colors,
    the focused and unfocused parts,
    again one of my favorites 🙂

    thanks for sharing, andreas 🙂

  2. This is lovely; so touching. Soft against hard, curved against straight, light against heavy, sharp against blurred. And beautiful light!

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