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  1. Taking down a dead tree in Hillsdale, New York. M10+24mm Elmar-M
  2. On a birch tree today. M240, 1967 35mm Summaron f2.8.
  3. This pathway is on the hill above our city, next to my home. It leads up to our fort and is the end of a long hiking trail over 200 km long. It offers nice forest, vantage points over the city and a parklandscape. Leica Q with a domelike lensflare
  4. In spite of crouching at the sofa or gazing at the PC it is sometimes a better therapy to go out and try to catch a few frames in the darkness. I started late afternoon just before the heavy darkness to settle in. Leica Q
  5. What can be done after sitting in the house gazing on all that depressice grey dull winter mood? I thought the light mist in the air could possibly give an interesting light effect. Leica Q
  6. As soon as the first snowflake has shown up, you can be sure to find people being busy to work on the small slope. Whatever tool from frying pan to sledge will be good enough for fun. Specially the dogs feel happy. Leica Q
  7. At least temperateratures went down last weekend and a thin layer of snow even covered the ground. The Q this time as a wideangle lens and backup In the background one can see the tower of our fort of Bielefeld
  8. 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
  9. M7 w/35mm Summicron on Ilford FP4+ souped in HC110 B, Epson V500
  10. A foggy day but well worth the walk to the end of the point at Cape Flattery, Washington. Leica S (006) with 70mm Summarit-S
  11. I took these photographs in Paris last Thursday, 12th November 2015, with a 28mm Summicron and Monochrom (v.1).
  12. This sunny and cool october day was dedicated to discover autumnal impression in my city of Bielefeld. We have many parks and one of them belongs to our art museum (architect Philipp Johnson). This park has a pond, old trees and scultptures. Olympues EM 5 with Summilux 15 mm and infrared filter
  13. This is part 2 of my bw series. Sometimes bw is "color" enough. The rich shade of monochrome tones is amnifold and exciting enough. Olympus EM 5 with Nocticron 43 mm
  14. The village square, St.-Julien, Bordeaux, at dusk. M240 with 50mm APO-Summicron at about f/2.8.
  15. Bigger > https://msvphoto.wordpress.com/2015/05/01/its-the-end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it/ M9, 35'cron
  16. Posted on the shortest day of the year, a reminder of summer It never ceases to amaze me just how many variations of a colour Mother Nature can offer.
  17. …on a cold winter's afternoon. In the left background, the Star & Garter home for military veterans, now sold to a developer to convert into luxury apartments...
  18. Last week we still had that nice warm November weather. A short moment of golden light was there and it was just time enough to run with the tripod from one angle to the other. Olympus OMD EM5 with Nocticron
  19. It is winter but we miss the real feeling because we don't have much snow here. As soon as a single snowflake is showing itself I start watching and if ther is a thin layer I start off for a short visit to my favourite locations (if it is a weekend and I can reach ther in daylight) In this case it was very late and light was fading. Climbing with tripod and camera being already mounted I could not roam because time ran out. all with Canon 5D MKII and Elmarit R 90 mm
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