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The main reason why I photograph with a Leica camera:

“I want simplification, not amplification or complication…I just want light controls … because photography is about light.” – Thorsten Overgaard

“A camera that gives me the joy of ownership and the joy of shooting is much more important than one with the highest number of megapixels or highest ISO performance.” – Yukio Uchida

“A great photograph is one that fully expresses what one feels, in the deepest sense, about what is being photographed.” ― Ansel Adams

“You just have to live and life will give you pictures.” – Henri Cartier-Bresson

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Day 25 | 2012

I’m going to call this one, “Paris in 2 Hours”. Work brought me to Paris this afternoon after an all night flight from NY. Grabbed a quick shower and took the train from Charles DeGaulle Airport into the city. Did some serious walking and had a lot of fun doing some street shooting and seeing the city at night with a very light drizzle. Thought I’d share this one for now, but plan a bigger layout with some of other shots when I get home.

Eiffel Tower | Ricoh GXR, A12 28mm

2 comments on “Day 25 | 2012

  1. xandreverkes says:

    Love Love Love!!! 🙂 – – – My favourite steel structure ever!!! – – – **


  2. I haven’t been to Paris in a while and the last time I was there I didn’t have a camera with me. I think the city takes on another life when you have a camera in your hand and are then looking to record some of these wonderful sights to behold in this lovely city.


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