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  1. It started snowing at 4 p.m. First, if you see any snowfall here in our city and if you are a photographer, grab your stuff immediately because you know it will al be gone again soon. It was a sunday and so I could grab my Leica Q. What elso do you need than a wideangle lens and a camera being capable of higher ISO rates.
  2. My walk started just before the dusk. This area is quite popular and normally the crowd is walking their dogs there. but at this time of a late sunday afternoon it was deserted and a pleasure to have a tranquil walk.
  3. Last weekend the fall colours were at its peak,. Temperatures were extremely mild being up to 20!° Celsius. No rain had fallen, so there was a dream of goldrush because the foliage was almost complete. I was at the location at 7:30. It was just in time for getting the glow on the pond. Yet it remained half shaded because the rocks were locking the sun. The sky was deep blue and a pale morning moon was still there. All with Olympus and Nocticron 43 mm/ 1.2
  4. Here are now somes samples of golden autumn colors. The trees have only started now turning into yellow. I wonder whether there will be really strong colors his year. I think one has to wait a bit more. Still, deep in the forest there is much green. Canon 5D MKII with Elmarit R 28 mm
  5. See and press the shutter, that is how it goes. These two guys were enjoying the early october morning air: sunny and crisp, running through golden light. But I think one can feel this also in bw and more of being in harmony with nature. Olympus EM 5 with Nocticron 43 mm
  6. Following a sneak sidetrack I enjoyed this enchanted moment and could just settle my tripod before the moment was gone. In this forest there is a hiking trail a few hundred kilometers long following the hills connecting all the cities in this region. Canon 5D MKII with Elmarit R 90 mm - Pano stitched from 4 pictures
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