Daily Inspiration #177 by Will Storr

Hi Steve,

I recently had a great time taking my M9 around China and Tibet. Here are three pics, each taken with a different lens. Hope they make the cut!

Keep up the great work. The full set of pictures is here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/willstorr/sets/72157625419628937/

Many thanks,

Wil

Lens: Voigtlander f1.2 35mm Ap: f1.4 Shutter: 1/30 ISO: 160

Lens: Summicron f2 35mm Ap: f2 Shutter: 1/80 ISO: 160

Lens: Voigtlander f1.8 75mm Aperture: f1.8 Shutter: 1/2000 ISO: 160

15 Comments

  1. Thanks for your kind comments. Mike, that picture was taken in Tibet, where pilgrims travel for hundreds of kilometres to the holy capital Lhasa, prostrating all the way. There are a few more pictures of this practice in the Flickr photostream.

    Will

    • Well done Will. I thought the second photo was extremely intriguing. Thanks for the tidbit on that. The third was my favorite in terms of tonality and depth. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Hi Will,

    Great stuff. No 2 is intriguing ….. what was happening there?
    No 3 is superb – such textures. Nice Job 🙂

    Mike

  3. I checked out your photos and Flickr and WOW. I have been to Asia many times and your photos really transported me back there. I really enjoyed viewing them. Well done.

  4. Love these pictures, gorgeous tones, love the portrait, love the first two as well, they have a tension to them, very nicely done.

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