Just one image: A Walk in the Park

Yes, it was a long walk in the park.As mentioned in an earlier post, visiting Weimar we also strolled into the Park an der Ilm, passing by the Old City Castle, the Garden House of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe up to the Haus am Horn, a classic Bauhaus style bungalo. Here’s another image in the…… Continue reading Just one image: A Walk in the Park

Just one image: And again – Park an der Ilm

As mentioned in an earlier post, visiting Weimar we also strolled into the Park an der Ilm, passing by the Old City Castle, the Garden House of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe up to the Haus am Horn, a classic Bauhaus style bungalo. Here’s another image in the park, made with a Pentax Super A and…… Continue reading Just one image: And again – Park an der Ilm

Just one image: Park an der Ilm

Visiting Weimar we also strolled into the Park an der Ilm, passing by the Old City Castle, the Garden House of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe up to the Haus am Horn, a classic Bauhaus style bungalo. Image made with Pentax Super A, Pentax SMC 2.8/30mm, Kodak Ultramax 400 In case you’d like to comment, it’s…… Continue reading Just one image: Park an der Ilm

Contax G2 with a Carl Zeiss Biogon 2.8/28mm heading to Lake Constance

The Contax G2 – besides its sibling G1 – is named the culmination of rangefinder design.The Carl Zeiss Biogon is said to be one of the best lenses. I’d like to see how things work. Here is the body … the Contax G2 … and here is the lens … Carl Zeiss Biogon 2.8/28mm This…… Continue reading Contax G2 with a Carl Zeiss Biogon 2.8/28mm heading to Lake Constance

A Contax 167MT and a Carl Zeiss Distagon 2.8/28mm in Porto

This time in Porto … something went terribly wrong. Getting back my films from the lab, they wrote that some images were underexposed. Seeing the results, around 1/3rd of the frames were near black and I’m still guessing what happened. The Contax 167MT with its Carl Zeiss Distagon 2.8/28mm worked quite well with the Kodak…… Continue reading A Contax 167MT and a Carl Zeiss Distagon 2.8/28mm in Porto

Hiking the Haselstein and the Center of Central Europe

On this hike I carried with me three cameras – maybe I should stay at one per hike only, as weight is always an issue. The film one was a Contax G2 with its Carl Zeiss Biogon 2.8/28mm attached. I loaded a Kodak Ultramax 400. After the second image the camera stopped working due to…… Continue reading Hiking the Haselstein and the Center of Central Europe