In Gloucester, MA every year we have a schooner festival. It’s a unique experience and I am lucky enough to be able to climb on board one of them whenever I want. This year I chose to shoot only in B&W mode on my Leica with my father’s old Leica/Schneider 21mm Super Angulon from 1963. In color this lens has a heavy magenta vignette so I tend to use it only in B&W. A couple of years ago I had a CLA done on it and the optics are stunning.
The abandoned I 94 Cafe, located just off the interstate, somewhere near Bismark, North Dakota. I’ve been spending a lot of time driving around North Dakota lately, but haven’t had the time to stop and capture many of the sights that have caught my eye. I’m planning to take a week or so next year and explore northwestern Minnesota and the Dakota’s at harvest time when there are so many opportunities for contrasting colors. I also discovered that due to the flat nature of the area, the sunsets last much longer than they do in the part of Minnesota I live in.
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Fujifilm X-T2 with the 35mm f/2 lens.
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Practising again with Macro tubes in the most perfect location in Glasgow, Scotland. Glasgow’s Botanic Gardens are stunning for this stuff with such a wide range of wildlife and flowers, and it’s beautiful too.
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So many things I don’t understand about “street photography”.
Olympus OMD E-M5 with Olympus body cap lens, processed in Snapseed.
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