OK, I get it: one more image of this church and I deserve them, so let’s get out again, shall we?
Standing in such a big church with a long, well stabilized lens, you have almost endless possibilities.
The golden patron saint is a detail from the main altar, the other image is from somewhere on the ceiling. I could have gone on and on, but somewhere you have to stop. One more post and then we’re out of the church 😀
We’re still in Saint Nicholas. I’ve changed to the long member of the trinity and we view at the organ, a marvel in white, gold and silver.
Last summer I went to the zoo with my sister and her family. I used the E-M1 and the PRO zooms, mostly the 40-150/2.8. I went away with 270 images taken. This is the only one that I cared to process. Zoos are not my thing 🙂
Back to Carinthia. This is again an image taken with a 40-150, but this time it’s the big gun, the f2.8 PRO. Even at f8 it makes a difference, but it is not substantial in terms of sharpness. In terms of focusing speed it is though.
I took this image from the same spot as yesterday’s, under the sun shades of an outdoor café in Klagenfurt. While the other one was taken wit the wide end of the 40-150/2.8, we see the long end at work here. Don’t look for the detail, it’s not the same subject, by the way 😀
Still no OM-D E-M1 Mk II in the house, and that although the first two dealers in Vienna have it 🙂
Somehow I find this image disturbing. It’s just a detail from a fountain in Klagenfurt, but those closed eyes and the crack going down to the open mouth induce a feeling of hopelessness and eternal pain.
Novo Mesto is a small town in a river bend. Have a look at a Google image search and you know why I was there 🙂
We slowly reach the end of this trip to beautiful Provence. I’ll let it fade out with a few more lower-case sights 🙂