Sky made wine

Vanishing slowly into memories of warmer days. Knowing that its time already happened, a sky made wine.

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6 thoughts on “Sky made wine

  1. Beautiful image of shadows and colors, Francis. The skyline adds a nice contrast to your composition. Much more than a beach or landscape would. I looked at the picture for a few minutes. Sunset in South America. I think I will never see this in reality. Thanks for sharing. Reinhold

    1. Thanks for your kind words Reinhold. I’m in the same boat, I think Europe is so far from Peru (actually from my depressed pocket hehe) that I’m very grateful for your photographs, the time and patience to compose them transmit perfectly places and feelings that otherwise I couldn’t know.
      Said that, Are you better Reinhold? I hope so. Kind regards,
      Francis.

      1. Hello Francis, treatment is still on. I will have 2 other surgical procedures in the next 2 weeks and then we will see. Hopefully everything will slowly return to “normal”. I saw in your tags that you are a Fuji X-Photographer. I own a X100 and I love this camera. I want (have) to sell my Nikon gear (D800 and 6 lenses). To heavy to carry around and good photos do not require expensive gear anyhow. I guess I found my favorite camera in the Internet. The X-T1 and the 35mm 1.4 lens to start with. But all of this will not be done before early summer. Take care. I think we will hear from each other on the weekend. Reinhold

      2. Best wishes for the treatment and the surgery, I know a bit of that.
        Actually I was a Fuji X-shooter, I gave the X-E1 with the 35mm f1.4 to one of my little brothers and I still use my Sony R1 manufactured in 2005 with its zeiss lens, every camera of these last two years is quite fantastic so although image quality was technically better than my R1 (just at 50mm equiv. of course) I couldn’t live without a waist level viewfinder, a big handgrip and the neutral colors of that sony. In the X-E1 the colors are quite beautiful but the blues shift a bit to cyan and reds to orange, probably the X100 that had a Bayer sensor has a different rendering.
        Said that I’m quite sure that in your hands the X-T1 and the spectacular 35mm is going to sing beautiful melodies, your last post with iPhone photographs are quite beautiful and have a nice mood, I liked especially the roofs :-)
        Thanks Reinhold for your visit,
        Francis.

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