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  • Evo%s's Photo
    Evo has started Super Elmar 21mm f3.4 ASPH Vs. Ultron 21mm f1.8 ASHP on M10? in Leica M10.
    Looking for a new 21mm for my new M10, I had the 21mm 2.8 ASPH before and was never super thrilled with it's performance, especially in the corners.  I hear great things about the Voightlander...
    • onasj

      The 21 SEM is one of the very sharpest lenses,corner to corner, for the M. If you don't mind the modest speed, and you aren't looking for the "Leica glow" but instead want a brutally sharp, well corrected modern ultra wide, you won't be disappointed. It's rendering to me is like a slower, much wider 50 APO.

    • Mr.Q

      If you are a 21mm shooter, it won't hurt to get both. The 21 Ultron is stellar performer. A poor man's 21 Summilux. But for landscapes, 21 SEM is king.

  • Einst_Stein%s's Photo
    Einst_Stein has started UHS-II for T/TL in Leica T / TL System.
    Is there any disadvantage (performance of power, etc.) to use UHS-II on T? (ignore the price). I want to use a unified SD type for both SL and T (UHS-II) unless there is meaningful disadvantage.
  • Einst_Stein%s's Photo
    Einst_Stein has started Do you use filter? Soft, Polarizer, etc. ? in Leica SL System.
    Do you use any filter on SL? The two come to my mind are Soft and Polarizer. I give up any filter on Leica M,  mainly for inconvenience.   Of Polarizer, should it be circular or  lin...
  • Jay B%s's Photo
    Jay B has started Abandoned Home in Landscape & Travel.
    Abandoned HomeLocust Grove, OregonAbandoned Home by Jay Burleson Seattle, on Flickr
  • M_10%s's Photo
    M_10 has started Am Spreebogen in Architektur.
    M10.   [attachment=399796:spree-1.jpg]
    • M_10

      [attachment=399797:spree-2.jpg]

    • M_10

      [attachment=399798:spree-3.jpg]

  • M_10%s's Photo
    M_10 has started Am Watt in Landschaft & Reise.
    M10. 5000 ISO.   [attachment=399793:gras-1.jpg]
    • M_10

      [attachment=399794:gras-2.jpg]

  • michaelbogdan%s's Photo
    michaelbogdan has started TL2 to iPad or iPhone with USB C to Lightning Cable? in Leica T / TL System.
    Hey all!    While anxiously waiting for this camera to become available, I was wonder if you can connect the TL2 directly to an iPhone or iPad using a Lightning to USB-C cable to import p...
    • scroy

      I just tried it - Connecting the TL2 to an iPhone7P via a USB-C to lightning cable.  There is no active connection between the iPhone and TL2.

       

      Regards,

      Subhash

    • Louis

      Michael, I recently got an IPad Pro, hoping to use it to transfer my files when traveling instead of taking a Laptop. I asked this question in Apple store and no one could help. They have an adapter for SD card that import your photos to your Apple photo folder. This was not exactely what I wanted.

       

      After some research in the internet, I finally got for about $12, an adapter for SD Card. (The one in Apple store was much more expensive)

       

      It works perfectly. You put the lightning of the adapter in the IPad and then the SD card in the adapter. This is how it creates a folder in the IPad where the photos are transferred. When I checked them on my IPad, I just saw the jpeg.! At first, I was not very happy!

       

      I connected the IPad to my PC via the USB that comes with the charger and found my IPad  in my PC. I moved the photos to my computer, and I had the good surprise to see the jpeg files AND the RAW files! :)

       

      No, I know I can use my IPad to get my shots that I would later process in my PC! :)

       

      I must also add that to my surprise, the whole process is quite fast. ;)

       

      Check also this one: https://www.apple.com/au/shop/product/MC531AM/A/apple-ipad-camera-connection-kit

  • jaapv%s's Photo
    jaapv has started Is there a R.S.P.S.E. * ? in Street Photography.
    * = Royal Society for the Protection of Steam Engines. This is child labour...   MM1, C-Biogon 35.       [attachment=399792:L1002248.jpg]    
  • jpreisch%s's Photo
    jpreisch has started Starting to burn in Nature & Wildlife.
    Summaron 35mm f3.5
  • Kronen2102%s's Photo
    Kronen2102 has started Firmware M8 in Leica M8 / M8.2.
    Hallo,   ich bräuchte noch mal eure Hilfe. Heute ist meine Leica M8 gekommen (bin Stolz wie Bolle) sie hat nur 154 Auslösungen und wurde von Vorbesitzer in den Schrank gestellt. Sie hat noch d...
    • cp995

      Hallo,

       

      ich bräuchte noch mal eure Hilfe. Heute ist meine Leica M8 gekommen (bin Stolz wie Bolle) sie hat nur 154 Auslösungen und

      wurde von Vorbesitzer in den Schrank gestellt. Sie hat noch die Firmware 1.09.. Wo bekomme ich jetzt die anderen Update's

      her? Ich kann auf der Leica Homepage nichts finden. Kann mir jemand helfen.

       

      Grüße 

       

      Christoph

       

      Glückwunsch zur neuen Kamera!

      Aber was fehlt Dir denn an der M8, daß Du nach einem FW Update fragst?

    • Kronen2102

      Es soll bei einem Update eine Verbesserung mit der Speicherkarte sein.

       

      Danke für die Antworten

  • SPB2%s's Photo
    SPB2 has started Aspect ratio 1 x 1 i.e. square in Leica M10.
    I like the format 1 x 1 sometimes. I know where to change this in post processing in Lightroom where I do my editing.   Question 1 I think it is not possible with an M10 to change the Aspect R...
    • jdlaing

      It's not a semantics war. Two whole different subjects. The aspect ratio can't be changed in a M camera. That's the answer to question #1. The answer to question #2 is yes it is a cropped image in Lightroom. The true meaning of crop.

    • Jeff S

      Cropped field of view when using a 90mm lens on an M8 vs an M9.... identical aspect ratio.

      That's how I'm 'framing' the discussion.

      Jeff

  • michaelott%s's Photo
    michaelott has started am ball in Street Fotografie.
    [attachment=399758:img386.jpg]   hamburg 2006 M4-P, 2/35 ASPH.
  • albertknappmd%s's Photo
    albertknappmd has started Bulb mode question in Leica S System.
    The S2 and the 006 had the option of setting up a timer in BULB mode.  You set the camera to manual mode, then adjust to B and depress the wheel on the back and you see a time screen on the LC...
  • Nowhereman%s's Photo
    Nowhereman has started Useful to shoot some slide film – BEEON+M10 in Film Forum.
    "Scanning" old film shots with the BEOON, the photo below made me think that its worthwhile to shoot transparency film occasionally: had I shot this with the M10, I would have underexposed by ⅔rds...
  • mein Lieblingsfotograf%s's Photo
    mein Lieblingsfotograf has started am akkuschrauber in Street Fotografie.
    marseille 2013
    • 01af

      Wäre das nicht etwas für hier gewesen? ^_^

    • Suuumm55

      Matthias, am akkuschrauber ist aber weit hergeholt .....im wahrsten bzw. doppeltem Sinne......... :D

       

       

       

       

       

       

      :)

  • Gibbo%s's Photo
    Gibbo has started Lunch On The Niesen. in Landscape & Travel.
    Switzerland. Leica V-Lux 114.   [url=https://flic.kr/p/XeGsD3]
  • NB23%s's Photo
    NB23 has started Legendary in Leica M Lenses.
    Guitars. The Stratocaster versus the Telecaster. Add a Les Paul in the mix. A 1958 Les Paul would best fit this song while a Stratocaster would really fit in that song. I feel the Leica and the R...
    • wattsy

      Ralph Gibson is probably the man to ask about this (though I'm not sure what the question was). He appears to like his guitars as much as his Leicas. I've no idea what kind of guitar he likes best but a Gibson is probably the most appropriate.

    • Ko.Fe.

      Sound like after Sliwowica talk on Friday. I have my Xeres already as well.

       

      I agree on Rolleiflex line lens quality, I just opted it for Rolleicord before I finally left TLR. 

      I don't make masterpieces, so I can't recommend. 

  • Flyer%s's Photo
    Flyer has started Help with Lens for SL in Leica SL System.
    Hello   This is my first post so please be gentle!   I have been a photographer for over 30 years and have mainly used Nikon and Canon Full Frame DSLR's, however I am close to pull the tr...
    • Flyer

      Cheers guys and thanks for the advise, I mainly shoot Landscapes and street and have so;d all my DSLR kit and lenses.  Can anyone recommend the Zeiss 28mm f2.8 Biogon M mount as I have found a mint used one for £600 and thought this would be ok for landscapes. Looks like there are a few options to tidy me over until I can afford the high quality stuff.

       

      Thanks again for your advise 

       

      Flyer

    • MT0227

      I'll second the Voigtlander 15mm f4.5 v3  on the SL if you are looking for a wide angle lens.

  • lb1800%s's Photo
    lb1800 has started I burnt through my shutter cloth :( in Leica M-A / M7 / MP and Film M.
    I was shooting the kids swimming this morning when they asked me to join them in the pool. I passed the camera to my wife and she put it on the sun lounger for 20-30 mins.    I didn't eve...
    • avatar230

      To the original poster--

       

      I wondered if it's not too much trouble if you should share some photos, front and back, of the damage? I just posted in a different thread in the forum because I also have some marks on my M-A shutter curtain that I believe may be sun burns but that didn't go all the way through. Would love to be able to compare the appearance for forensic purposes. Many thanks, and sorry to hear about the incident!!!

    • pico

      From the beginning from advice from my mentor in 1965 I carried my M cameras from my shoulder, lens pointing inward toward my hip or backside. In fact, I still did that with much later Leica M until someone here reminded me it was no longer necessary. Another liberating moment! Thanks, all.

  • Jon Pop%s's Photo
    Jon Pop has started M10 Frameline Brightness - Firmware in Leica M10.
    There's been some bits and pieces of discussions on this in the past, imbedded into threads on the RF patch or frameline accuracy compared to 0.72 etc, however, I wanted to start a discussion on th...
    • airscrew

      I have not noted any changes in the intensity of the frame lines. You may have a defective wiring issue...

      Back to Wetzlar?

      Albert  :mellow:  :mellow:  :mellow:

      By the instruction manual (page 211 in my pdf copy) there is such function:

      1. Bright-line frames for 50mm and 75mm1 (example) 

      1 With automatic brightness control adjusted to the ambient brightness. This automatic control is not available for Leica M lenses with viewfinder attachments, since they cover the brightness sensor 5 which supplies the information required for their operation. In such cases the frame and displays always maintain a constant brightness. 

    • mdemeyer

      The fact that people don't notice them changing brightnesss suggests to me that the basic algorithm is pretty good.  Have to say I have also not noticed any issues with this...

  • Trennhüpfer%s's Photo
    Trennhüpfer has started Licht im Dunkel in Sonstiges.
    eigentlich wollte ich etwas ganz anderes fotografieren, aber da fing ein Junge im Dunkeln an zu tanzen ...   [attachment=399687:P1040415 Schuhe-1.jpg] PanaLeica
    • Trennhüpfer

      ... und der Lichteffekt seiner "LED-Schuhe" faszinierte mich zu sehr ...  :D

       

      [attachment=399688:P1040416 Schuhe-2.jpg]

      PanaLeica

  • LightExperience%s's Photo
    LightExperience has started Das eindeutige Bild - Hommage à Garry Winogrand in Street Fotografie.
    Jeder von uns, der der Photographie als Hobby frönt, hat eine Vorstellung davon, was ein schönes Bild ist bzw. was der photographische Mainstream uns an ästhetischen Kategorien dafür anbietet. Beis...
    • 01af

      Ich weiß nicht ... ich habe ein Problem mit dem Begriff "eindeutiges Bild".
       
      Garry Winogrand ist bekannt für seinen Ausspruch: "Ich fotografiere, weil ich sehen will, wie die Dinge fotografiert aussehen." Was letztlich nichts anderes ist als die Kurzfassung dessen, was oben aus dem Interview zitiert wurde. Das ist aber kein "ganz anderer Weg", den Winogrand da ging. Jeder, der eine Kamera zur Hand nimmt, geht zwangsläufig diesen Weg; die meisten sind sich dessen nur nicht bewußt. Ein Bild ist niemals das, was es zeigt. Es ist etwas anderes. Der Akt des Abbildens transformiert das Abgebildete. Die Kunst der Fotografie besteht darin, diese Transformation zu beherrschen und zu nutzen.
       
      Was dies aber mit Eindeutigkeit zu tun haben soll, erschließt sch mir nicht. Damit könnte gemeint sein, der Bildinhalt, die Bildabsicht und wie das Bild zu verstehen sei, wären eindeutig und ließen keine Interpretationsspielräume. Das ist aber nicht das, worum es Winogrand ging ... so etwas wäre ja auch ein sterbenslangweiliges Bild (wenn so etwas überhaupt möglich wäre, was ich bezweifle). Oder es könnte gemeint sein, daß es sich eindeutig um ein Bild handelt und nicht um etwas anderes. Aber das wäre doch erst recht albern – niemand, der bei klarem Verstand ist, wird ein Bild verwechseln mit ... äh, einem Traum oder einem Film oder einer Pfeife. Oder gar mit der Realität. Allenfalls könnte es passieren, daß ein unbedarfter Betrachter das, was er in dem Bild sieht, für Realität hält (statt für die durch den Fotografen vermittelte Interpretation eines winzigen Fetzens dessen, was zum Zeitpunkt der Aufnahme Realität war).
       
      Also – wie soll man den Begriff "eindeutiges Bild" verstehen?

       

      Im Thread "Bilder aus der M10" habe ich ein Photo veröffentlicht, das ich im Zusammenhang mit seiner Entstehungsgeschichte zu dieser Kategorie des "eindeutigen" Bildes rechne.


      Na, ich weiß nicht ... ich find's eher mißlungen. Uwes Bild vom Kutscher hingegen ist ein Foto, das Winogrand vermutlich gefallen hätte – unprätentiöses Motiv, saustarkes Bild. Aber – eindeutig ist da nix ... eher im Gegenteil.

       

      .

    • Commander

      [attachment=399751:Street III (1 von 1).jpg]

       

      Allein.

       

       

      Uwe

  • lambda%s's Photo
    lambda has started love.... in Street Fotografie.
    [attachment=399662:L1003892.jpg] (mono1+nokton50/1.5)   lambda.
    • LightExperience

      Chapeau! Ein beeindruckendes Photo - gefällt mir gut

      Schönes Beispiel für das Prinzip: Reduce top the Max!

      Mehr sog I net!

    • Ratzfatz

      schön ... Klasse, Du einfach den Blick für solche Momente.

       

      Chapeau!

       

      Gruß

      GRegor

  • leica1215%s's Photo
    leica1215 has started HSS on Leica in Leica SL System.
    Don't understand why is so hard to have lighting company work with Leica to have HSS trigger/ receiver made ? For the SL system especially. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    • leica1215

      Thanks interesting, the Godox actually makes the trigger for Broncolor....... I suppose this is not difficult part to make trigger, if other company not interested, then maybe Leica should make both trigger and receiver for SL users right?.....

    • ynp

      Thanks interesting, the Godox actually makes the trigger for Broncolor....... I suppose this is not difficult part to make trigger, if other company not interested, then maybe Leica should make both trigger and receiver for SL users right?.....


      I am not technically savvy, but I know that to get the ability to use the HS, my Broncolor battery light had to get the new HS firmware installed. I don't know if the receiver part is easy. But I am sure that more experienced people have a better understanding how the HS flash works.

  • hteasley%s's Photo
    hteasley has started Why so many individual apps? in Digital Forum.
    I'm an android user still waiting on an android app for the M... I can't figure out why they wouldn't have one comprehensive for all their cameras, instead of individual apps for each camera. Any...
    • hteasley

      Leica is not in the software business. If they had an all-in-one app for their cameras it would be priced out-of-reach. Consider updates, mandates. So individuals or contractors limit the scope of their product to limit liability. Finally consider the small market for Leica software - hardly attractive to a developer.

      As a software developer, all I can think is they would be likely using standard network hardware, and a standard network stack. Given their standardization on DNG and JPEG, I imagine separate apps is quite possibly harder than a single app.


      Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk

    • pico

      As a software developer, all I can think is they would be likely using standard network hardware, and a standard network stack. Given their standardization on DNG and JPEG, I imagine separate apps is quite possibly harder than a single app.

       

      We might agree.

       

      I did not know your focus was network standards, but regardless network standards are only a trivial layer in controlling the various Leica cameras. Below the network layer is the hard stuff, communicating with the camera's idiosyncratic natures in code they recognize.

       

      I have over thirty years experience in this stuff, I am open to revaluations, but the top stack has no relevance unless, of course it is broken.

  • ruby%s's Photo
    ruby has started Summilux 1,4/50 asph. zu schwer an der M 10 in Leica M Objektive.
    Ich habe das Summilux 1,4/50 asph. immer gerne an meiner M 9 verwendet. Die Kombination ist zwar schwer, aber immer noch ausgewogen. An der zierlicheren M 10 gefällt mir das Summilux überhaupt nich...
    • happymac

      Ich habe das Summilux 1,4/50 asph. immer gerne an meiner M 9 verwendet. Die Kombination ist zwar schwer, aber immer noch ausgewogen. An der zierlicheren M 10 gefällt mir das Summilux überhaupt nicht. Das Objektiv zieht die Kamera nach unten, und die Kombination ist unhandlich und irgendwie aus dem Gleichgewicht. Ich habe mich deshalb entschlossen, mir für den Alltagsgebrauch ein 50er Summarit zu kaufen und verspreche mir davon wieder mehr Leichtigkeit beim Gebrauch meiner M 10.


      Warum teilst Du uns das mit? – tu's doch einfach. Mir wär das Geld zu schade.

    • UliWer

      Das kann sich auch ein wenig so anfühlen; da sollte man nicht zu viel reininterpretieren. 
       
      Ich hab beide hier. Wenn ich die M10 neben die M9 auf den Tisch stelle, dann kippt bei ähnlichem Objektiv (2 gleiche habe ich leider nicht) die M10 deutlich schneller um. Die M9 ist halt breiter und steht deswegen besser.   :)
       
      Heißt also vielleicht, dass das schlanke Design der M10 nicht nur Vorteile hat oder zu haben scheint. :rolleyes:


      Man muss nicht zwei gleiche Objektive an beide Gehäuse anbringen, man kann es auch erst mit dem Summilux an der M9 und dann an der M10 probieren: beide kippen nach vorn.

      Anschließend kann man es mit dem vor-ashärischen 50mm Summilux-M (letzte Version) probieren: das ist ca. 60g leichter. Die M 9 kippt nach vorn, die M 10 nicht.

  • Louis%s's Photo
    Louis has started Commuting in Street Photography.
    Leica T + Nikkor 50 mm, f/1.4 [attachment=399614:L1005785.jpg]
    • GLOBETROTTER

      Fantastic with amazing color.

  • Ashkanani1985%s's Photo
    Ashkanani1985 has started To all Leica Q users in Leica Q.
    Hi everybody, Today I wrote a request to Leica support asking theam for 2 very minor FW update that will improve the wonderful experience of using Leica Q and wish to have your support as users an...
    • Voxen

      With the Leica Q2 right around the corner I don't think we will be seeing any firmware updates to the Q


      Do you sell your cristal ball?

    • HighlandK

      With the Leica Q2 right around the corner I don't think we will be seeing any firmware updates to the Q


      Oh no, very bad news with the pain that a Nikon D850 is about to do to my bank balance. Hopefully this "news" is no more than an alternative fact ...

  • Ko.Fe.%s's Photo
    Ko.Fe. has started Church after fire. in Other.
    Two nights after... This is third church on fire in region where I'm. First, about five years ago in our town. They told us it was mentally disturbed person. About three years ago wooden church was...
    • Graham (G4FUJ)

      Someone on a mission from the "dark" side Henry?

      The subject is disturbing. I do like the photo, works very well in B&W.

  • Jay B%s's Photo
    Jay B has started Columbia River at Maryhill Panorama in Landscape & Travel.
    Columbia River at Maryhill22 image vertical panorama, Maryhill, WashingtonColumbia River at Maryhill by Jay Burleson Seattle, on Flickr
  • Sharif%s's Photo
    Sharif has started Dachrinnenabläufe, Darmstadt Wixhausen in Sonstiges.
    [attachment=399605:4er_kombi_Wixhausen_klein.jpg]   Leica M2, Zeiss C-Biogon 2.8/35, Adox Silvermax   Sharif
    • Sharif

      Wixhausen ist herrlich. 

       

      [attachment=399816:FFM_DA_August_Silverm_27_klein.jpg]

       

      Wie oben

       

      Sharif

       

  • Gibbo%s's Photo
    Gibbo has started Niesenbahn in Landscape & Travel.
    The Niesenbahn Funicular Railway, Switzerland.   Leica V-Lux 114    
  • Anika%s's Photo
    Anika has started Afraid of using the M? in Leica M10.
    Hello, I had Leica X before and adored it, now I got (finally) my M10 and.... I am afraid of using it. Its hard to describe, but I just feel handicapped carrying such an expensive camera. I am thin...
    • Tailwagger

      The value of equipment is with image it makes. Its certainly what compelled me to choose a Leica over anything else in the first place.  Presumably, it played a role for you as well. If you dont use it, or limit its use only to situations where there is certainty, than you've come nowhere near maximizing the value returned for money spent.  That said, there's an important notion in amateur racing, where insurance is many thousands a year and the deductible runs to 50%, that if you cant afford to walk away from a balled up chassis, you shouldn't be racing.  Its certainly not lost on me that when I'm out with my standard, single camera klt (M10, Summilux 75, 35 and 21 SEM + battery and visoflex) that I'm carrying close to $20,000 on my shoulder. When I take a second body and additional lenses, its only goes up from there.  If it were all to be lost, I'd be gutted, but it wouldn't be the absolute end of the world. 

       

      While we all love our Leica's to distraction, I doubt  any here value them over their own life or that of their loved ones or friends.  Do we confine them or ourselves to quarters so that no possible tragedy can befall us? Or do we go about our business and when we cross the street, we look both ways and trust that the traffic around us will obey the stop light? If you take reasonable precaution, dont treat the gear cavalierly, you can get more than your money's worth back, and still have something others would be happy to buy. Just look at the thousands of images on these pages and the price of used gear advertised at the bottom of them. In the worst case scenario, you can lose a lot, but then there are innumerable far worse tragedies that can overtake you. Live life, make photographs, bask in the joy of creation, not the fear of its loss.

    • TX400

      Are people more worried about theft/vandalism or accidental damage? I'm more worried about getting mugged for a nice-looking camera.

  • wlaidlaw%s's Photo
    wlaidlaw has started Should you not use a remote release with Motor-M on an M7 in Leica M-A / M7 / MP and Film M.
    I have seen some posts on RFF which recommend strongly against using a remote release if you have the Motor-M mounted on an M7. Apparently there is a considerable risk of breaking the shutter relea...
    • wattsy

      I have used a Motor-M with a cable release plenty of times in the past. It was pretty much the only time I used to engage the motor as it was useful for doing bracketed photos without having to manually wind the film and run the minor risk of moving the camera on the tripod. Admittedly, I didn't use the fastest motor drive setting but I never felt that I was going to cause any problems with the shutter release. Possibly if you maintain pressure on the remote release button as the camera winds you can cause damage but it seems natural to ease off after triggering the shutter to allow the "kick" to do it's thing unimpeded. 

    • wlaidlaw

      I have used a Motor-M with a cable release plenty of times in the past. It was pretty much the only time I used to engage the motor as it was useful for doing bracketed photos without having to manually wind the film and run the minor risk of moving the camera on the tripod. Admittedly, I didn't use the fastest motor drive setting but I never felt that I was going to cause any problems with the shutter release. Possibly if you maintain pressure on the remote release button as the camera winds you can cause damage but it seems natural to ease off after triggering the shutter to allow the "kick" to do it's thing unimpeded. 

       

      Ian, 

       

      I am guessing it is only on Motor Setting 2 that the problem occurs. As you say, I cannot see any reason to use setting 2 on a tripod but setting 1, yes. Especially as at the moment I do not have a regular bottom plate. If I want machine gun pictures, digital is the obvious route to go. 

       

      Wilson

  • Tante Ilse%s's Photo
    Tante Ilse has started Bin wieder da... in Neu im Forum und bei Leica.
    Mahlzeit allerseits,   es scheint mir eine Ewigkeit her, als ich dieses Forum letztmals aktiv besuchte. Damals war ich noch beinahe jung und mein DMR war nagelneu. Als es dann so aussah, dass...
  • jdlaing%s's Photo
    jdlaing has started Lee County in Architecture.
    Still one of my favorites. Restoration complete.  
    • Graham (G4FUJ)

      Lovely.

      I'm running out of things to say about your great buildings and photos of same - just keep them coming! :)

    • jdlaing

      Lovely.
      I'm running out of things to say about your great buildings and photos of same - just keep them coming! :)


      We have a never ending supply. Thanks for the comment!

  • M_10%s's Photo
    M_10 has started Auf dem Steg in Landschaft & Reise.
    M240. Mallorca.   [attachment=399559:steg-1.jpg]
    • M_10

      Und der Blick nach links vom Steg...

       

      [attachment=399562:steg-2.jpg]

  • Keith (M)%s's Photo
    Keith (M) has started Yawn - Another Marlborough Downs Landscape... in Landscape & Travel.
    Looking east on a summer morning.  A landscape patchwork quilt.  MP, 35mm Summaron f2.8, Portra 160.  
    • stuny

      Very nice

  • Dr. No%s's Photo
    Dr. No has started hundeknochen in Technik & Industrie.
    Ford Eskort, OGP 2017, Nürburgring   Hudeknochen by nattens, auf Flickr
    • elmars

      Ist das eine EsCort für den EsKortservice?

  • Gibbo%s's Photo
    Gibbo has started Interlaken From The Niesen in Landscape & Travel.
    • Gibbo

      We were staying in Aeschi Bei Spiez, virtually at the foot of the Niesen, for almost a fortnight and had superb weather. It was just a case of picking your day! Whilst up there having our lunch we watched the clouds slowly envelop the Jungfraujoch on the horizon. The weather always wins in the Alps  ;)

    • mnutzer

      We were staying in Aeschi Bei Spiez, virtually at the foot of the Niesen, for almost a fortnight and had superb weather. It was just a case of picking your day! Whilst up there having our lunch we watched the clouds slowly envelop the Jungfraujoch on the horizon. The weather always wins in the Alps  ;)

       

      Yes a splendid area, Spiez was the favorite holiday destination of my parents during the 1970s.
      In bright weather we paddled with our dinghy boats on Lake Thun, starting just below Spiez Castle.
      In sunny-16-weather the mountain group Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau was visited, most preferred by the top station of the Schildhorn cable car above Lauterbrunnen.
      Perhaps the Niesen was therefore somewhat neglected.
       
      When the summer months during the 1990s became more rainy in the Bernese Oberland, I preferred the Valais area a little further south, where the weather is often already stabilized by the Mediterranean climate.
      Beautiful Switzerland - even if it has become almost not affordable...