The beautiful game.

The beautiful game

↑Leica M9 and Leica Noctilux @ f/0.95.

5 thoughts on “The beautiful game.

  1. Mark says:

    Beautiful light, beautifully captured…I love the expression too! Anyway, you have quite a treasure trove of images on your “new” front page. I am very envious! Admittedly, I got a little confused by your new “minimalist” layout (I am not all that smart…) but finally figured out I needed to click “blog” to get to the treat of the day. I see you have been hard at work. (I like the new pulldown menu for the categories too…very slick).

    You have set the bar VERY high, my friend!

    All the best,
    M.

    • Prosophos says:

      Mark,

      You’re a great guy (if I never told you that, I’m telling you now). You always have a friendly (often mischievous!) comment to brighten my day.

      Yes, I decided to have a static home page for the benefit of clients. In the past, I would direct them to the blog and ask them to click on the “My Images” tab to see my work. Now, I can just give them the website address and let them scroll down the front page.

      Regular followers of the blog may be perturbed with the new set-up (viewership is down), but frankly – with the exception of you and a few other select individuals – most don’t contribute to this site either financially or spiritually.

      Cheers and keep shooting with that 75mm Summicron… you’re creating magic with it.

      (For the benefit of any readers of this blog who haven’t seen Mark’s work, check out this recent image from his blog: http://iftimestoodstill.net/2013/05/20/new/)

      Peter.

  2. absolutely magical.

    i don’t know how you can shoot action like this wide open with a rangefinder but one day I’ll figure it out as I keep trying every day.

    lovely image. thanks for sharing.

  3. Cory Laskowitz says:

    LOVE this one. Takes me back to a time when my sons were this age. Perfect colors.

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