Monday, June 17, 2013

Panasonic Lumix 14mm F2.5 Lens

New lens arrived last Saturday night and luckily the next day the rain stopped by noon and I was able to get out and take some pictures. I coupled my new Panasonic Lumix Micro 4/3 14mm F2.5 lens with my Lumix GX1 camera and hit the streets of Yokohama. These are the results from the afternoon.

One man on a mama-san bike versus a car.

Once the rain stops it doesn't take long for people to get out and about.


I think I've seen this guy before.


Motorcycle Police women in Japan; not an everyday sight.

So far I'm liking this new wide angle lens.




Up close and wide angle at Zao-No-Hana.


This little boy was desperately trying to catch up to his Mother.

It's good to have friends.

Yamashita Park

It doesn't matter where one's going as long as you look good going there.


The ice cream gang is on the move.



Family fun in China Town

Keeping cool at Odori Koen.

Here comes his brother.


Yokohama Bashi - shooting at f2.8


The main street heading toward Hinodecho train station.



I'm just across the street from the train station and here comes the clean-up crew.

Exiting from the platform at Yokosukachuo train station and I'm sold on the new lens.

Thanks for stopping by!
Mike

4 comments:

  1. Nice camera and pictures xD How much is your camera? It's really gooooooooood.. It's so clear with so much resolution.. I wish I could have that.. And with the pictures, it's very nice.. You show us how good Japan is and its people.. xD One thing I've noticed is that they all smile while walking...

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    1. Hi Paulo! Thanking you for taking the time to leave a comment. The Panasonic Lumix GX1 camera is not that expensive; of course I suppose it depends on where one is in the world for an exact price. You're right about everyone being happy and smiling while walking about, it's one of the reasons I enjoy living in Japan.

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    2. I'm sure it'll cost more than my life here in my place. xD Anyway, yea I've always wanted to go there, but I don't have any idea on how to do so. xD I'm a medical professional anyway. That's all I have though. xD

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