Rain! We’ve had it off and on for a week, and it is to continue for another. In our droughty area, this is good. So good!
I thought I had left my Werra in Paris when I flew there a few weeks ago for lunch, but I didn’t. Lucky me! I found it this afternoon, and that inspired a hunt through the archives for some images I took last year when it first arrived in my hot little hands, all fresh and shiny from Holland. I currently have it loaded with Fuji Natura 1600, for night work (maybe I will try it for the super moon on the 13th or 14th).
This is one lovely little camera, and a very, very odd one. It’s a rangefinder, with all controls on the lens, including cocking the shutter and advancing the film. The lens is a Carl Zeiss Jena 50mm, f2.8, and as you can see, it renders wonderfully sharp images. I’ve got a bunch of colored lens filters, for b&w work, so once the current film is used up, I’m going to try some Acros 100 or Delta 100.
Up and around the backside of the local botanical garden – new growth everywhere!
Taken just before the July super moon came over the hill. Nikon Df, Tokina 17mm f3.5 AT-X Pro. VSCO Fuji Velvia 100 Balance Warm preset.