Life: always worth it if you know where to look.

As with all things in life that we invest in, whether it is our careers, our children, pets, a cause or even a belief – satisfaction is always around the corner if we are willing to take a step back and appreciate what we have. 

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A pictorial review of the Leica CL and TL23 Summicron in Taiwan.

3 Days 2 Nights.  8°C accompanied with a slight drizzle and bone biting winds 1 Body 1 lens 1 experience in Taipei City. the Soul of Taipei Season Hana. ƒ2.0, ISO100  Welcome ƒ3.2, ISO400 No one really sleeps here. ƒ2.2, ISO250 Tradition ƒ2.2, ISO1000 (Orderly)City ƒ2.8, ISO125  it starts to Glow ƒ2.8, ISO400 Journey to […]

Portraits and daily life. Hands on with the Olympus 45mm F1.2 Pro.

Those who know me know that portraits will always be my main stay in photography and that my roots started with Olympus long before I made it through Sony, Pentax, Leica, Ricoh, Panasonic  (well, basically almost every brand) before settling down on Fujifilm.   Kei on the Fujifilm X100F, Classic Chrome. Who says portraits must […]