Victoria's Light

India Point Park Bridge

Nothing special about the image, in fact it shows how lazy and tired I have been.  I snapped this as I pulled onto the highway, just a point and shoot.  Some are dissuaded about the colors from the Leica M240 from the sensor change after the M9.  This image is right out of the camera, auto white balance, perhaps a bit underexposed (sunny 16).  I think the colors are pretty great.  35mm Summicron, a lens that is glued to the camera.  This focal length suits the way I see.  I love this lens.  It is small and light but powerful and soulful.  Hopefully I will gain some inspiration and put it to good use in the coming days.

India Point Bridge

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