Posts Tagged: Lens

Cast off the cloak of indifference…

Kirchberg, Bad Reichenhall Today 75 years ago Hans and Sophie Scholl together with Christoph Probst were accused by the Nazi “judge” Freisler, convicted and only hours later beheaded in a Munich prison. Out of a spirit of humanity they had called for resistance against the murderous German regime and paid the highest price for that…. Read more »

Beach Flora II

A second take on the shore plants in Krk. For both images I used the Sony 70-300G lens, the first one was taken with the maximum focal length and widest open f-stop of 5.6. The soft rendering of the out-of-focus areas combined with the perfect maximum sharpness I love very much in this lens. Other… Read more »

World in a Bottle

It seems as I can’t escape the heat, so this beach photo is more then adequate. Today was an office day here in Munich, and temperatures in the street are up in the high thirties again. In a southbound office room this does mean quite a bit. Fortunately enough Munich tap water is at least… Read more »