This corner has a few peanut stands to choose from. They’re really quite good.
I wanted to give the wide angle conversion lens a legitimate outing last night, but didn’t have the energy to make it down to my usual hunting grounds. So, tonight I headed out, but stayed close to home. I left the house on foot around dusk with the Ricoh GR and GW-3 lens attached. For the majority of photos here the camera was set up in TAv mode with a few of the photos shot in Av.
Like many of the other black and white images lately, they were converted from DNG files in Lightroom and processed in Silver Efex Pro 2 with the Kodak 100 TMAX Pro film simulation. A few of the photos have also had the shadows lifted.
Any time I get a chance to change the perspective and shoot from above, I take it.
There are countless food options around here and settling on one can be a tough choice.
This church has always caught my eye as it stands out on this busy, crowded corner.
A 50cc scooter is plenty for a family of three. (Ricoh GR – Positive film simulation)
A mysterious door.
This shoe store really belongs in the Cluttered post from a few days ago.