Golden Hour, Spanish Banks

A beautiful evening for a golden hour walk and some photos at Spanish Banks. I wanted a bit of reach and compression so I brought the longest lens I currently have, the Voigtlander 75mm f2.5 Color Heliar. It’s a nice compact lens and on the APS-C Leica CL and provides an appoximate 112mm telephoto eqivalent. I bought this lens shortly after I got the Leica M8 in 2010 and it paired pretty well with that sensor. On the CL it’s resolving power shows it’s limits but I really like the film-like rendering of this combo at the expense of some resolution.

Leica CL & Voigtlander 75mm f2.5 Color Heliar

I like these photos but my favorite from the day was this one from my Ricoh GR3

Up next Low Tide, Spanish Banks Olympic Village, Friday Afternoon
Latest posts An Hour in Mount Pleasant Viewfinder Time Grey Morning, Grey Photos Chaldecot Park Marine Morning, Monochrome Rainy Marine Morning Mountain Light Kitesurfer Forest Morning Cloudy Kitsilano Beachcomber Mid Afternoon Low Tide UBC Botanial Garden Evening Camosun Loop Olympic Village, Friday Afternoon Golden Hour, Spanish Banks Low Tide, Spanish Banks Rain City Saturday Quick Trip Downtown Around the Block, Ricoh GX200 Some M8 Monochromes M8 on South Granville Maria on the Sea Once Trees, Now Debris Staycation Arbutus Ridge Alleys & Side Streets 8 AM Sailing A Good Friday Patio Pups Window Seat ’Scapes Ascent