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  1. From the album: People

    © @ pele2010 Peter Lund www.eachfilm.de

  2. Went for a sunset drive yesterday around Davis (California). Panorama of about 7-8 shots.
  3. Yesterday evening had a promising light. I saw one big cloud towering over the city and sunshine should provide an interesting evening glow. So I snatched my Leica Q. All shades of blue, magenta and green could be captured and all shadows could be opened: amazing and a pleasure to shoot with.
  4. These days are wonderful: still summer temperatures. The days are a bit shorter now but the light we get here is lovely for the time being. So I started out for a big peat bog because there were promising clouds. But not so at that place. It was tranquille, warm, calm and frogs could be heard, geese on their evening strife. Altogether a lovely sunset atmopshere. I tried out my new Olympus Em 5 MKII with Summilux 15 mm and Nocticron 43 mm
  5. Sometimes if the weather is prmising I drive up to my secret small place at a peat bog lake. It is very small and one can spend there a couple of hours sitting on a campstool, watching geese,swallows catching flies and watch people on their small boats. Leica Q, 4 shots, handheld
  6. When the weather had been too nasty during the week at least that saturday evening showed up with a lush blue hour. This pub usually has its late evening guests enjoying their draught after a busy week. Leica Q: 2.8 - 1/125 - ISO 5000
  7. An inviting sight, when after a rainy day the sky cleared and a lovely blue hour spread a nice light. Leica Q, 2.8/ 1/125 sec. / ISO 4000
  8. We are suffering here from very dull and depressive weather but for a short period of brighter moments. Therefore it is not advisable to plan trips by car. The best I can do is running down to the city, catch the next tram and stroll checking the best corners. The great high ISO performance of the Q and its fantastic sensor did support freehand shots very well. Although I carried a tripod I did not mount the camera then.
  9. My first post here, hope you like it
  10. We spent a couple of hours from afternoon until dusk at this glorious place of Baker Beach in San Francisco. Being quite busy with two systems I am glad to hav carried all that gear around. Olympus EM5 with Nocticron
  11. Prague is beautiful at every hour. It was a bit cold in April. But this provided us with an interesting dramatic light. Olympus OMD EM 5 with Summilux, 3 photos stitched
  12. This fort is an attraction for it is 1000 years old, never belonged to a rule but the people and was never conquered. From my home it is only a 15 minutes walk and many poeple come here during daytime and also enjoy the evenings and the view over the city. Sunset is always nice to enjoy. Leica R3, Elmarit 28 mm
  13. we entered a nearby forest which we wanted to explore. We did not cover much but had to start being very busy to catch the last sunrays. Canon 5D MKII+ Elmarit R 35 mm, tripod, polarizer, longtime shutterspeed
  14. these days thunderstorms are constantly menacing. On such an evening yet I went to out Botanical Garden. As soon as the setup was installes (tripod,flash,reflector) it started the downpour and a windgush let the flowers sway. Yet, I tried something, you may look if you want All with Elmarit R 180 mmm on Canon 5D MKII
  15. Since my MKII was mounted with the Zeiss Distagon 18 mm I can only post here my impressions with the X1. We spent a few hours on top of the Rockefeller Center and being busy with 2 cameras being pushed around by a milling crowd the X1 served as backup.
  16. whenever I have a new lens I have to go with it my usual walk to our local fort and see how it will see the familiar view. This time R Summicron 50 mm on my MKII. And it was the first attempt to capture the fading light situation. The series is showing my city this one was being handheld, because I thought day was done but then I had to be quick and not time to unpack the tripod again
  17. this is a pond which is during daytime frequented by dogs. One of the most beautiful resort places is a paradise for dogs because they are allowed roaming there unleashed. We avoid going there during daytime but in the evening at dusk the place gets back its peaceful atmopshere and other animals come forward. Then also I have seen an egret and hundreds of toads in their mating season. MKII with R Summicron 50 mm
  18. one sideglance and one can discover so much even when sun is almost gone and there is only one beam left almost fading. Canon 5D MKII, Elmarit macro R 60 mm and a reflector to light the cherries from below.
  19. this view is not far from our house and therefore just ideal for a stroll. I often go there when lighting is promising. On this evening it was clear but not too brilliant, so lights were a bit warmer by a slight haze. The two chruches are the landmarks which are showing the limits of the city in the middle ages. The view is from below of the fort which can be seen in my last postng. thank for sharing a moment. Canon 5D MKII with my favourite Elmarit R 60 mm macro
  20. these are also from yesterday. A quick visit to our Botanical Garden to catch some nice light before it fades. Olympus OMD EM 5 with R Elmarit 90 mm
  21. our days were long in Prague but still, mostly we went home to our hotel walking alongside the Ultava river bank: a gorgeous velvet summer night was inivitng for a stopover. Olympus EM5 with Summilux 15 mm
  22. this sight from the Charle's Bridge fascinated us every evening and we could not get enough of this special tranquil and relaxed feeling. X1
  23. recently we visited the city of Prague for a few days. Now I am sitting over hundreds of files to be processed. It is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is an amazing place for its hundreds of historic buildings, many of the Juvenile style and Art Deco or middle ages, renaissance and whatsoever. Light was gorgeous there being reflected by bright painted buildings which gave the light a soft golden quality. - But here for a start some morning and nightscapes. Canon 5D MKII with Elmarit 28 mm view from Malá Strana over the Ultava river Olympus EM5 with Noc
  24. these evenings are very quiet beause everybody is watching football games. This meadow is normally frequented by dog walkers But now it is deserted and I enjoyed a stroll with my Elmarit R 35mm. I would be delighted if somebody would like to share this moment.
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