It’s already Wednesday, after a busy first half of the week I’m on the train to Carinthia and using the time to shorten my backlog. This is the post for Monday.
Monday was a beautiful day, sunny, although not as warm as I’d have liked it to be. But then, even I have to admit that it’s autumn. You feel it, and most of all you feel it in the way the days have got shorter.
The way on the image to the left is through an area of allotments near a cutoff of river Danube. It could as well have been another installment of my Electric Ladyland series. I really like the mix of architectures and somewhat improvised wiring 🙂
I also like the image of the last sunlight in the Underground station. It’s a cool point of view, because although the image looks relatively wide, it has been taken using the 45/1.8, meaning an effective focal length of 90 mm.
Oh and, by the way, at that walk I’ve somehow lost my front lens cap. Returning home I ordered a replacement from Amazon, and while I was at it, I also ordered the Olympus 12/2.0. Both should arrive on Friday. It was about time 😀
The Song of the Day is the Johnny Mercer standard “Early Autumn“. We already had Ella Fitzgerald in “701 – Early Autumn” and Anita O’Day in “1449 – Early Autumn“. Surprisingly enough I have only those two versions, thus it’s Ella again today. Not sorry for that 🙂