we do call that kind of ice cream fürst-pückler-eis here in germany… somehow the three colours behind the tree reminded me of it. i guess you could call it a bit far fetched, though.
tomorrow i’m going to vienna again, where coincidentally this picture has been taken last year.
i’m going to spend a long photography weekend together with j.h., my dear friend and the initiator of our collaborative picture book effort over at nientedavendere.tumblr.com.
we are both going to take quite some stuff with us… lucky me, that i’m an m43 guy. my m43 circus will probably attend completely, the polaroid ee100 will have a little workout and probably the olympus rc35 will fit in there somewhere. i’ll leave the pentacon six in berlin, nevertheless i’m afraid i might need some physiotherapy next week ;)
i hope we can skip the snowy bits of viennese weather this year. i’m not sure whether i really prefer the forecast rain, though.
see you on the other side of the weekend!
again a window and a tree (or rather a bush). shot this spring in a datcha in eichwalde while having the sony a99 at hand for a review.
AND linguistic!!! that makes three of my favourite adjectives (yes, participial adjectives do count, too). of course it’s rather the properties they denote than the words themselves. they are not even close to something like cellar door ;) unfortunately i hadn’t had the time to visit this exhibition when in wien but at least it was (more than) enough time to get this picture. i love how the shallow dof throws the tree in the foreground completely out of conscious perception.
i don’t know much about kegeln but i know it’s quite a lot of fun. i like the glow in both pictures a lot.
another blog that i really enjoy following: adèle d’alleray – femme photo-appareillée
the first one with the birches was shot through a fence with a very tight rhombic pattern. this pattern is responsible for the interesting/strange shadow-light distribution in this frame.
both shots were made with the sony a99 and the 50mm lens. i already miss that beast in my rucksack. it’s so much lighter now again with the e-pl1 (and the three little
pigs primes) .
…spring? admittedly behind a window. so at least a new entry for the window series…
(forecast for today: thunderstorm! is that really necessary?)
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