Weather Check

Weather Check
1/125 sec | f/4 | ISO 3200 | 90mm

I have no idea if the guy staring into his cellphone was checking the weather. But a weather check for the Streets of Nuremberg would have shown a cold front passing through today, with heavy rains and a significant drop in temperature. Was definitely time for a warm jacket for everyone out and about.

I was playing around with my Elmarit F/2.8 90mm on the Leica M. Image specs 1/125 sec @ f/4 and ISO 3200. The high ISO is not a problem for the M, and the monochrome images directly out of camera are quite beautiful. The backdrop shows the historic Heilig-Geist-Spital with the River Pegnitz passing underneath.

Hope you’re having a great weekend.

Marcus

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  1. I am digging the contrast between his fashion conscious look, the mobile device and the old buildings. It’s like having the best of both worlds.

  2. We’ve had quite a bit of rain (we’ve broken the previous May record and the month is not yet over!). The river flooded, but I don’t think there was any major damage. This is a great capture, Marcus! I hope you had a great weekend. 🙂

  3. What a shot!! We are hoping for some rain in Cambodia. A temperature drop is what our dreams are made of. On a more serious note, hope you get some nicer weather.

  4. Apparently something pleasant must have happened, because this young men is kind of smiling. I’ll send you some sunshine from California. Cornelia

  5. Tolles Bild Marcus!
    Und was für einen Zufall, der Junge ist der Sohn einer Freundin von mir😄
    Ganz liebe Grüße, Coral

  6. Thanks! It is already a great weekend. We’re scheduled to have 8 warm days, and some of them will even be sunny! Hope you also have a great weekend.

  7. Wow, this is straight out of the camera? Great photo, Marcus! Good to see you and yours are well. All is well in my little house too. Be safe.

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