Thursday, October 23, 2014

We keep records of our observations in a private code

I'm feeling, well, somewhat blurry, don't know which way to be. In fact it feels like a Friday, there has been so much going on already this week.

We got a little bit of snow today. I commuted by bicycle. In some places the road was slippery, but mostly it was quite all right.

(Posting title is from the poem kept busy by Joanne Burns.)


Markus said...

That works well for me, Juha. Especially the landscape format has an additional bit of airiness that creates tension with the hard shapes-

Juha Haataja said...

Thanks, Markus!

I'm struggling with the Nokia E7, waiting for the LX100 to be shipped, but any camera is better than none.

Markus said...

It certainly is, Juha. The good thing I can imagine is that you now really are keen on exploring all the new possibilities and find out how they fit your style - or maybe help you develop it a bit further

Juha Haataja said...

Well, earlier I was thinking that maybe I would be losing my interest in photography after giving the LX5 to my daughter and not having a real camera of my own.

But these two months have almost resulted in the opposite. It seems that I'm regaining some of the interest that gradually was seeping away during the last year.

Or maybe it is that the dark time is for me the season when I most cherish taking photographs, the time of the sunset and right after it. Sadly, the Nokia E7 is really terrible in low-light situations.