We’ve not forgotten the Monday Post. Holidays, work and other commitments just took over for a few days. Completely normal service should be resumed in a week or so.
Pete Turner’s death a couple of weeks ago both reminded and encouraged me to look at what I was/am shooting a bit differently. I’m no lover of super saturated colours, but a little tweaking never hurt anyone. Right?
Plus, I find Fuji cameras produce spectacular colour, especially when pushed a little.
So, a week in London en famille, celebrating a milestone birthday with little else in the way of social commitments beyond a daily family lunch or evening meal, I got lots of time to wander, explore and play.
All shot with either the X100F or X-Pro2 and 56mm f1.2. I can’t possibly imagine why I told myself I needed to pack and carry four other lenses 🙁
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Love it- and there’s not a single image of Big Ben, Tower Bridge, the London Eye, or Buck Place!
When are you going to treat us to some more, Paul? 🙂
To quote Frank Zappa; “Soon baby.”
Love your sense of humor, too, Paul – haven’t been called that for over 70 years! 🙂
Love your work in this issue of DearSusan, Paul.:)
Thanks. We aim to please 😉
Great photos and I agree about the Fuji colors.