This time, it’s official.
Part 1 can be found here.
↑Leica M9 and Leica 50mm Summilux ASPH @ f/1.4.
This is a beautiful family pic, Peter. I love the light and colors. The only problem is, you aren’t in it!
Thanks Mark… I think somebody close to me has made that same observation in the past ;).
That’s the cross you have to bear, being the photographer and all…
There really isn’t any evidence that you even exist!
Mark, I’m pretty sure you’re correct.. on both counts.
You’re hilarious, my western Canuck friend.
Another picture like this, and I will sell the car to buy a Summilux 50mm ASPH. And I swear, I don’t even have a camera on which to use it 🙂
Inspiring and elegant, no other words.
Thank you Matteo… Now that I’ve seen your wonderful images, I can definitely tell you that you don’t require any other equipment.
Obviously it was a joke, God forbid, anyone would think that for me the lens has seriously such an important role!
Actually, many of us make choices like downgrading our cars in order to pursue our passion, but yes, I understand that you were joking.
I could have sworn that path was yellow and brick… Lovely.
[…] This image also represents Part 3 of the End of Summer series. Part 2 can be found here. […]
[…] Parts 1 and 2 can be found here and here. […]
I love the end of summer series, parts 1-3, and can’t stop looking at the images, particularly part 2, which is a wonderful family picture, sans you as has been said, but we needed you to shoot the fantastic image. The 50 lux’s color, detail ( I even noticed the couple way up on the pathway) and bokeh are great! Thanks for sharing.
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