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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

 

 

 

 

 

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Graeme,

 

yes, we have all kinds of pubs here. Bavarian Brew is lighter and very enjoyble...Thanks for your response.

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Why is beer so expensive...it's the same here...it's supposed to be the "working man's drink".  A milk cow for taxes I suppose.

 

cheers  Dave S

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Dave,

yes, that's right. Taxes....

In may I'll be in Prague and there we'll enjoy pints of delicious beer at low prices. The city has 12 micro breweries, each one producing changing tastes and flavours. One big brewery Staropramen is in the neighbourhood of our hotel and we are alreay looking forward for dinner and the liquid bread.....

I can also recommend Amsterdam for beer at moderated prices. 

 

Stuart,

thanks for your stopover and sharing an imaginative pint.

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Rodrigue,

 

yes, you can make that look if you choose high Iso, adapt the shadows and use a little bit of denoise where neccessary. Thank you very much for your always appreciated comments.

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Rodrigue,

 

yes, you can make that look if you choose high Iso, adapt the shadows and use a little bit of denoise where neccessary. Thank you very much for your always appreciated comments.

Guess what? I'm playing with A Q right now. A friend handed it to me and I'm struggling with some settings. See my post on the Leica Q section if this forum maybe you can help :-)

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