Just to remind us that we're still in winter, Mother Nature decided to dump a generous amount of snow on us overnight in the evening of Sunday 11th February 2018. I happily rescheduled some scheduled admin' in favour of a morning walk from the studio to Dove Stone Reservoir walking along the private road past the abandoned Fletchers Paper Mill, naturally accompanied by the excited BumbleDog.
My camera of choice for the trip, my Leica MP240 with the Leica 21mm Super Elmar, the Leica 35mm Summilux FLE and the Leica 90mm Summicron ASPH lenses. Having recently acquired the 35mm Summilux, I was keen to try it out and unusually for me, I decided to leave my favourite Leica lens behind, the 50mm Summilux ASPH.
The walk was awesome, so much texture and great light, fantastic conditions to compliment the Leica lenses, especially the micro contrast in the 35mm Summilux and the 21mm Super Elmar. I think this must be a first for me, I actually used all of the lenses in my bag, not a bad first after all these years.
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