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As soon as there is fresh snow it is always worthwhile o look how our city looks like on top of the hill. This alley of beechtrees is marking the way to our fort.

 

 

Leica Q, F 1.8/ 1/25 /  1600 ISO

 

 

 

 

 

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Lovely! A touch of snow, starkly etched black detail and then the little lights leading the eye away...all combine to make one wish to know what lies further down the path.

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many thanks to all of you!

 

Graeme,

thank you!

Yes, this light lasted for a few minutes as you know. My tripod was occupied with my 5D MKIII, otherwise I would have preferred not to shoot wide open but stop down to f-stop 8. Then it would have creatred these lovely starlights which came out very well on my MKIII. So next time the Q will be mounted on a tripod....

 

Stuart,

thank you, my friend for viewing my pictures continuously!

 

Michael,

nice to have your comments.

 

Bill,

yes, light quality was very nice then and as I told Graeme, I could only shoot only with an almost open lens. Next time I'll mount the Q on a tripod to get more starlights there.

Thank you for stopping by and enjoying.

 

Dee,

oh, you looked very deeply into this picture. Thank you for your analysis and writing a detailed comment. It is much appreciated.

 

Louis,

so nice of you to like the picture and I feel we have a lot in common converning the view on things...thank you.

 

 

Friends, clicking the button - thanks to all!

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