Next year (as I say every year) I’ll go really early and claim a watching-spot that gets more of the harbour and has a bit less foreground interest.   Next year . . .  but this year all looked very pretty from where I was, filtering trees and all.

I was very happy with how my 20mm Minolta 2.8 lens performed sharpness wise, this at f4.5, ISO 200 and 2.5 sec.  I chose it after reading this review, and recommend Ken Rockwell‘s site as a great place to find properly detailed info on old lenses to use on mirrorless cameras.

And the equally old Minolta 1.4 50mm,  at f4.5, ISO 100 and 3.2 seconds.


And three exposures