Monday, October 8, 2012

Wonder about the bruised bodies

Yesterday evening I went out with my youngest daughter, looking at the signs of autumn. Lots of color is still visible, although it is getting late in the season.

Today I attended a course for government officials, and it was rather interesting to have a look at the internals of public administration. During the lunch break there was pouring rain.

According to the weather station in Kaisaniemi it rained 6 mm in a short while, but I think it may have been even more near the railway station where I was sheltering. The streets were flooding, and the pedestrian walkways were filled with streams of water seeking escape. Luckily the rain eased a bit, and I was able to walk to the Parliament building without getting too wet.

(Posting title is from the poem Falling: The Code by Li-Young Lee.)

PS. Andreas made an interesting posting about focusing. And another about DOF. And then there was a relatively thoughtful review of the LX7 at Camera Labs, which seemed to find a lot of value in the camera. If my LX5 would fail, I know what camera would be the replacement.


Anonymous said...

Great even light you got for the apples, sharp!

Yes, the LX7 is looking good.



Juha Haataja said...

Thanks, Art!

That link to a LX7 review was interesting, certainly looks like Panasonic got a winner here.