Albert under the microscopeAugust 23, 2012
After Berlin, things went a bit quiet photography wise. Mainly because, at work, it went a bit mental. Little did I know it would continue doing so until my bloody project is complete. It has been five, long, fire-fighting months and I must say, the lovely British summer [add hint of irony here] did not make it any easier. Though, I do have to admit that we had a few splashes of sunshine too (Four in total if I’m not mistaken).
I’ve had a good few complaints that I haven’t posted anything on the blog for months (yes, you know who you are) so decided to throw a random post together out of courtesy to these devoted readers. It’s not what one would call street photography, nor anything spectacular but I like it enough to post.
The last photography book I studied was Elliott Erwitt’s: Sequentially Yours. “Sequentially Yours” is a photography book dedicated to Elliott’s sequential story telling talent and has inspired the following mediocre sequence from my personal life: Our car, Albert, being judged in a concours competition last weekend. He didn’t win anything, but it was fun none-the-less.
Few more weeks of fire fighting left, then I’m off to a nice one month break. There’s a wedding in the plans and a honeymoon far, far away, so I’m sure I will return with plenty of pictures in October. Who knows, I might even post again before then! Until then, I recommend you flick through “Sequentially Yours” (It’s awesome in print). I guarantee you will enjoy it. (Click on pictures to enlarge)
PS: I cannot believe Leica did not add a winding lever to the M9 Monochrome. Room for improvement Leica… room for improvement!
Canon S100, ISO640