Today I went with children for a walk in Luukki forest, going around lake Kaitalampi, which took almost two hours. At the south end of the lake we had something to eat, in a sunny spot on top of the lakeside cliffs. Autumn is already getting late, there is less and less colors. Soon the dark time is upon us.
There was a spot of dirt on the lens of the LX5, and I didn't notice it until viewing the photographs on the computer. The dirt was not visible in photographs taken with the tele end of the lens, or when the corner with the dirt was in the shadow. Thus there is a reason for a certain uniformity in these photographs.
(Posting title is from the poem I look at the world by Langston Hughes.)