Decided to go for a walk in the evening sun to enjoy the last warm sun hours for this summer. I have passed by this place a few times and admired it’s creative use of design meets functionality. Some may say that it just looks like any old lawn but the way they use it her is something totally new to me.
The thing is that the lawn is actually a wall or probably more a way to hide the it.
Behind the doors a recycling station is hiding. This newly built suburb has a system that transports the garbage from within the city blocks to this house just outside by the main road. Leaving the heavy trucks outside of the downtown area, Creating a safer and healthier environment to the people.
All the photos are from the Leica M240 with the Summilux 50mm f/1.4 Asph. I know I said that I hade the ultimate lens combo with the Noctilux and the CV 21mm f/4.0, however I also noted that I can’t be trusted when it comes to lenses and what to keep and not. I started by me selling the CV after just a few weeks in my possession. The Noctilux was a harder choice, a step I really didn’t want to make tho I knew that I wanted a wide angle Leica and that my budget on Lenses was blown away long ago. So with a heavy heart I sold it and bought a Summilux instead. Don’t get me wrong, I love the lux weight and size but the rendering of the Noctilux will never leave my mind. I will probably by the Noctilux in the future. This brings me to today (the deal with the Summilux was made just one week ago. So today I bought a 21mm again. Not the fat superfast Summilux. In stead I went for the reasonable Elmarit 21mm f/2.8 pre Asph… That’s correct not the Asph eventho I tried that one as well (the seller had borh) but I cant justify the price increase for just some aspherical glas. IT is sharper but sharpness isn’t everything.