Clear Blue Skies in New York: Shots With My Leica 18mm Super Elmar:
The weather was beautiful yesterday. It was nice, breezy, and I haven’t seen the sky so blue and clear in quite some time. I was going to meet my brother in-law for lunch, so I asked him if he wanted to walk around in the morning for a bit to take some photos. He shoots with an OM-D, and I haven’t shot with my M 240 in a while, so I figured I’d take it out with me. I purchased a new Leica 18mm Super Elmar a few weeks ago but haven’t really had a chance to use it yet, so I was eager to try it out.
I guess it turned into a wide angle day because all I brought with me was the 18mm Super Elmar, and he had his Olympus 12mm F2.0. Here are some photos from yesterday. Thanks for stopping by today!
↑ Our sidekick for the day, Kopi :).
↑ Grand Central Station was our first stop.
↑ After some morning clouds disappeared (it rained the day before), it became a really nice, clear day. It wasn’t even that crowded, especially for a Sunday.
↑ We walked down to the Flatiron district to get some lunch.
↑ We went to Shake Shack in Madison Square Park. This was not shot with my Leica 18mm Super Elmar; I used my Iphone.
↑ Walking home…can’t beat days like this. Thanks again visiting today!