These photos were taken at Fort Worden State Park as I was testing out a Leica MP. One of the things I love about the MP is that it reminds me of the first 35mm camera I ever owned: an Argus C-3. They are both range finder cameras, which means it uses a non-through-the-lens manual focus. As a result, it is much lighter and quieter than typical SLRs or DSLRs. It also takes practice to get used to after all these years. The Leica offers wonderful build quality and is a joy to operate. I got mine used at a bargain price, and have decided to keep it … (It helps that I already had an assortment of lenses I could use with it.)
Lovely photos Allan – I always enjoy your keen eye and understanding of light and dark.
Lovely, I’m walking in the woods…alone. I hear the occasional bird chirp.
Thanks for sharing. I am fortunate we have small trail close to our house.
Always good to have a trail close to home.