2252 – Where Is The Line

OK, today’s images are a mixed bag. I could have thrown in some more, but let’s leave it at that, it is late enough anyway 🙂

The first three images were taken with the 75/1.8. Now that I am almost through with buying lenses, I can get back to actually using them 😀

I really like this lens, and I like to shoot with it wide open. It is completely sharp at f1.8, actually sharper than most lenses at their best aperture.

The last image was taken first in the morning. I had the Panasonic 25/1.4 mounted, the camera set to B&W, and even though it was foggy and dull, the pattern of the leaves immediately caught my attention. It doesn’t have to be color all the time.

The Song of the Day is “Where Is The Line” from Bjork’s 2004 album “Medulla”. Hear it on YouTube.

4 thoughts on “2252 – Where Is The Line”

  1. “ALMOST” through buying lenses!!! ROTFLOL, Andreas, I never thought you’d even consider being close to not buying any more lenses!

    For the last image – the holly leaves – I don’t see how you shot this with that lens wide open! Or did I not read iot correctly?

  2. Ah, your blog is certainly an inspiration of what to shot during this time of the year! Thanks, I was getting slightly desperate. It’s not really a good time to enjoy the out of doors (photographically speaking). So I should perhaps focus more doors, literally… 😉

    1. Well, even on a rainy day, twilight in a city is one example that always works. The reflections on the wet streets can make for exquisite images 🙂

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