End of summer (bye bye).

Unofficially anyway.

As an aside, after judging for the moment, lighting, composition, and post-processing, I’m always most pleased with an image of mine if it makes me believe — even for a moment — that I’m staring at a painting.

It’s too soon to know if this one qualifies, but that’s my early impression.

↑Leica M9 and Leica 50mm Summilux ASPH @ f/1.4.

8 thoughts on “End of summer (bye bye).

  1. Brian Palmer says:


  2. jasonehowe says:

    Another wonderful example of the magic of light, unnoticed by many but seen so clearly by you!!

    I’d concur with your comments, beautiful in every regard and most definitely one to cherish.



    • Prosophos says:

      I’d like to think I notice it. The trouble is, it’s only there for a few fleeting moments at the beginning and at the end of each day and winter will soon be here.

      By the way Jason, I know you notice the light just as well :).

      Thanks though,


  3. Mark says:

    Definitely a masterpiece, Peter.

    You must be running out of walls to hang these on…time to purchase a gallery!

    Warm regards,

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