W/NW 2021 Pic-O'-The-Week #38

Discussion in 'Leica and Rangefinders' started by allancobb, Sep 23, 2021.

  1. Welcome finally again to Week 38 of the Leica and Rangefinders W/NW Thread. Here's a rainy night in downtown Pittsburgh.


    Leica M240, 50mm f/1.2 Canon Lens LTM (with adapter).
  2. Friday forecast is sunny, the opposite of last weeks monsoon, so I hope to have a few new rolls. Here is the Fed-3 / Jupiter-8 with Astrum 400 @250. Pyrocat HDC developer and a v800 scan. 2k21-038-003 ces7 bm bc.jpg
  3. Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
    Near Terranea resort
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    Leica M10-P
    CV 40mm Nokton f/1.2
    B&W via Nik
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    Epson R-D1, Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 1:2 f=5cm (wide open, uncoated, 1938, for Zeiss Contax)

    Epson R-D1, Canon 35mm f:1,8 LTM (1960)

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    Epson R-D1, Canon 50mm f.1,8 LTM (1959)
  5. Leica "Glow"
    Swedish Army "Leica" (gold with rosewood cover)
    Last edited: Sep 24, 2021
  6. 002L&R  Cotillas- Pareja Curiosos Curiosidad SummicronDR5.jpg

    021L&R Gato Silvestre Summicron5DR.jpg

    031L&R Gitano Sombrero Trompeta Summicron5DR.jpg
    the three with Leica M3 and Summicron DR 5 (50 mm)​
  7. Hombre on 16th Street in the Mission. Leica M6/ 35mm 2.0 Summicron

  8. How do you get away with it, Allen Herbert? I'm pretty much assaulted if I try candid street photography. Regards, Arthur (no longer apiarist1 - my bees are dead. Small hive beetle).
  9. "How do you get away with it, Allen Herbert? I'm pretty much assaulted if I try candid street photography"

    Hi Arthur,

    A person with a fishing rod folk presume they are going fishing. A person with a camera folk presume they are going to take photographs. So, it's just a case of blending in with the street, and within a little time you are just part of the scenery, and generally ignored. And of course...

    Audaces fortuna iuvat ;))
  10. Hi Arthur,
    Maybe you should try maple syrup. I believe a maple tree will produce for about 30 years

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