Have used this lens for years. Adapted to mirrorless.
I have discussed the camera over a few posts…
…with a formal review coming at some point. The lens was covered in the last Scenes Seen post. In that last post I also went into detail about why I enjoy using rangefinder cameras.
In this post I will be discussing something different. The motivation behind scenes seen. It is a close cousin to my Analog Therapy posts. It helps me. And this week I needed a bit of help. This week marked the fourth anniversary of my Father passing away. More than usual I needed the distraction, but at the same time I was also down and found it hard to be motivated this day. I went back and forth between going and not going. Then I had a thought:
I never regret going out to capture images once I am there.
So I went. And I did not regret it. For the place, I chose a small, local town I had passed through many times. Had seen many things I thought I would like to photograph. But I had not ever stopped before. That is one of my favorite things about photography. It benefits one to slow down, stop, park, and get out and about even. And as I had hoped it was very therapeutic. Here are the images.
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