Lounging, Part 1 of 2.

On a cold, cold February afternoon.

She’s growing up fast.  To see how she looked only six weeks ago, please click here.

(please click on the image to view)

↑Leica M9 and Leica 50mm Summilux ASPH @ f/1.4.


11 thoughts on “Lounging, Part 1 of 2.

  1. Beautiful work this 50 lux draws! And I can remember when our springer was that young too. But I don’t remember him being that calm though ; )

    • Prosophos says:

      Thanks Duane! They’re certainly not calm for long at this stage…

      • I’ve recently added the A12 M mount to my GXR kit and found an almost mint version of the Leitz Summicron-C 1:2/40 and I now know there truly is a difference in how images can be made. Your different Lux lenses prove this in the images I’ve seen you make and am really enjoying the experience too.

        • Prosophos says:

          Duane, if I had to choose APS-C sensor mirrorless for my M mount lenses, the Ricoh GXR kit would get the nod — without a doubt.

          Thanks for the kind words by the way.

  2. Trevor says:

    Nice shot…I love the light here.

  3. Steve Barnes says:

    Lovely! I agree, the light is great!

  4. calvininjax says:

    Photography is often described as painting with light and this shot once again demonstrates your mastery of the art, aided and abetted by a fine lens.

    And what a photogenic dog but then most dogs are.

    Wonderful shot.

    • Prosophos says:

      I couldn’t agree more about “painting with light” as it relates to good photography. And I’m very honoured that you believe I’ve accomplished it here. Thank you so much Calvin…

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