I felt as if I didn’t do much shooting this last week, but when I loaded the week’s pictures into the computer, I found I shot almost every day, at least 9 or 10 pictures, so I guess I did alright, at least as far as whipping out the camera goes…
That said, I didn’t get out much, and so the week’s pictures were shot in familiar locations: 3 in/around the apartments; 3 in/around the office; and 1 somewhere in between. There’s just too much going on to get out much, and hooray for that!
Life is wonderful at the moment, though I am missing something very important, and pining a bit. Not to worry, though, as I’ll only be pining for another week or so, and then all will be back to the “New Normal” of being, well, absolutely marvelous.
As intimated in the title, everything was shot with the Nikkor 24mm f/2.8 ai, though a couple of pics were cropped slightly and so are a narrower field of view than the ~36mm on the crop sensor. Full exif is in the lightbox if you’re interested. If I haven’t mentioned it before, I quite like the old Nikkor lenses… the color is just outstanding from most of them, with a slight yellow cast from the coatings, maybe, or something, some indefinable quality that is simply lacking in the fancy, new crispy-sharp, poured glass lenses, and the 24 ai is no exception.