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. Heading […]Read More Glowing Buildings – Fujifilm X-H1 and Leica M240
A couple weeks back I posted a few photos of dogs that have shown up in my photos over the years. That got me thinking about cats and I started combing through a few years of photos and found a few street cats I have come across here and there. This pampered cat, above, was […]Read More Fair Play – A Collection of Street Cats
It is always fun to head out onto the streets for some photos and then come back and look through the day’s captures. Sometimes there’s a little surprise. I don’t always realize it at the time, but often, there is some interesting eye contact made. Here are a few images I’ve picked through […]Read More Eye Contact on the Street
Every once in a while I go back and “mine” old photos from previous months and years. As I was doing this I came across a few photos of various dogs I’ve encountered in the streets. Some of the dogs are shop dogs, some are pampered pets and some are just neighborhood wanderers.Read More Dogs, Dogs, Dogs!
I came across a deal for a 50mm Summilux the last time I was in Tokyo and finally picked up a lens I’ve wanted for a few years. I was quite happy with the 50mm Summicron and played around with an old 50mm Canon FD LTM, but always wanted the Summilux. Most of the time […]Read More Getting to Know the 50mm Summilux
Canon FD 85mm f/1.2 on a LeicaRead More Revisting the Leica-Canon Combo