Wonderful clouds with the Leica M-P 240
Yesterday I was up in Newburyport for a softball game and the clouds were unbelievable. The wind was coming right down the Merrimack and the clouds were flying by. I parked out near the outfield and there was a big net that went up to the light posts. Everything came together for a couple of very interesting photos. I watched the clouds for interesting patterns and the 35 f2 was a great lens for this. The 35 is a great walk around lens which in my early days was my lens of choice on my M5. When I switched over to shooting with Canon SLR stuff in the early 80's the 24 became my lens of choice.
While I was looking at the cloud formations an older man walked by with his dog and I was able to work him into a photo with the clouds and net. I think the the clouds, net, and man make an interesting photo.
This image was shot as a B&W jpg and then brought into Silver Efex Pro for more processing.
Clouds and netClouds and net make an interesting image taken with the Leica M-P 240 and the 35 f2. This image was shot in color optimized and then converted in Silver Efex Pro.
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