Glowing Buildings – Fujifilm X-H1 and Leica M240

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Tonight’s gear: Fuji XH1 w/16mm and Leica M240 w/ 28mm Summicron

Last night I loaded up the Fuji X-H1 with the 16mm (24mm equivalent) and the Leica M-P 240 with the 28mm Summicron and headed down to a spot I haven’t been to in years, Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall.

As you come up from the CKS Memorial MRT Station you are greeted by quite a sight.

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The back side of The National Theater. (Leica M240)
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CKS Memorial Hall painted in pink hues at sunset. (Fuji X-H1)

Heading down at sunset worked out well, especially with the white marble surface of the CKS Memorial and the pink skies.

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Nicely lit with so much detail in this roof. (Fuji X-H1)
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Leica’s take on the same scene above. (Leica M240)
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Long exposure on one of the ponds with a glowing roofline in the background. (Fuji XH1)
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Glowing buildings around CKS Memorial Hall. (Leica M240)
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They are all such grand buildings. (Leica M240)

 

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