A Christmas Scene.

At least, in our house.

Taken a few moments ago.

(Technical: f/6.3 | 1/250 | ISO 640)


A Christmas Scene

17 thoughts on “A Christmas Scene.

  1. René Sterental says:

    Merry Christmas!

    What’s your current standing on the Leica M9/E vs the Nikon 810? Which one would you keep if you had to choose? Which one do you find better for which situations? And which lenses?

    I own both and am feeling very curious about your esperiences and thoughts. And finally both over film?


  2. andygemmell says:

    Actually Peter a question re light here. You have gone for what seems a very low setting on the flash to just fill in the floor and bring Honey “out” and the christmas tree detail and assume you have used a diffuser (but perhaps not). Is that the case?

  3. karen says:

    I keep coming back to take a peek at this image. The wider angle lens used here “sets” the setting, the light sparkles and a sweet, tender (almost melancholy, too?) story is told. Again.

    Your recent postings have been great. I am happy you are enjoying the new equipment. Your unique talent and vision continue to shine through.

    It is December. I am hoping for more winter-time images from your marvelous stained glass windows.

    Happy Birthday, Merry Christmas, well done, and best wishes for continued well-doing.

    • Thank you Karen. I keep coming back to this one too. I believe it will be one of my favourites this year, though I no longer bother with year-end compilations.

      And yes, those stained glass windows! I’m trying to avoid them if I can… chasing away the melancholy. But they’ll pull me back eventually 😉

      I hope you are well, and don’t be a stranger as I always look forward to your thoughtful reflections.

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