Yes, sharpness is not optimal in this image, but the temperatures were at 30°C/86°F, so the air was shimmering. This is a classical Bayer sensor recorded image, in postprocessing the blue channel was reduced a bit – something you would have achieved on film by using a yellow filter. The highlights in the roof of…
In case you don’t follow the Landscapist’s blog: there is an interesting exchange of opinions going on about the influence of algorithmic “improved” images on visual preferences. You might want to give it a read.
This car sells in Germany under the name ‘California’ and it certainly incorporates the squares’ imagination of freedom ‘after shift’. Ozzbourne had it right “I’m a dreamer, nothin’ but a dreamer”.
This is the same statue as in https://markus-spring.info/2020/11/lonely-piper-corona-blues/
The old saline of Bad Reichenhall (the “hall” means salt) had its beginnings in the year 696. Mansplaining has probably continued seamlessly since then.
Made with an adapted 60 years old slide projector lens.
For three more weeks posting will continue in the https://markus-spring.info/common-places/ section, as I will try to regain flexibility and strength in my broken right elbow, now in full-day rehabilitiaton. In the ‘Common Places’ section of the blog, you will find scanned slides of my 1981 trekking tour around the Annapurnas in Nepal.