Albert under the microscope

August 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

There are 4 comments in this article:

  1. August 23, 2012Mike C says:

    Bloody hell…You’re still alive! :-D

  2. August 23, 2012Christakis says:

    Hah, yes! :-) Glad to see you around here!

  3. August 28, 2012Mike C says:

    Well, I’d *nearly* forgotten about you fella ;-)

  4. August 28, 2012Christina says:

    Well…….nice to see you dusted the cobwebs off your Leica…….Have been checking (yes I’m one of them who know who they are !!) to see if anything new would be posted.

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