Hi everyone, I’m back from vacation in Tyrolia, Austria, and have brought with me huge amounts of pictures! In fact, I’ve taken so many pix I still have some left to process.
We’ve had a wonderful time there, and even though the weather was mixed and unstable, we enjoyed a few sunny days and did a lot of hiking. Emil had the greatest fun having all his grandparents around, and learned a lot of new things. We’re back refreshed and with loads of new energy!
As I announced earlier, I’m going to write a guest article for Steve Huff’s site, about the Zeiss Biogon 2/35 ZM on the Leica M8 and Olympus E-P1. This article will feature quite a few pictures from our trip to Tyrolia, and I will also put up a dedicated gallery as soon as I’ve got all pictures processed.
For now, I’d like to present you with some snaps from yesterday evening, when we had wonderful golden light and a great cloudy sky, which allowed for some beautiful captures! The pictures were taken with the E-P1 and either the Lumix 20/1.7 or the kit zoom, using (where applicable) the new-to-me Olympus VF-1 optical viewfinder, which is a great addition to the E-P1+20/1.7 combo.