While yesterday’s shot showed the cool colors of light right after sunset, today’s shot is from last week when we had brilliant sunny days. I’ll never forget the story an art teacher of mine told me of German tourists visiting Finnish Lapland during autumn. They’d taken many rolls of film of pictures of the colors. When they finally got them developed in Germany the developer said that unfortunately something had gone wrong in the developing process and the colors in many of the pictures was off. In reality, nothing was wrong with the process and the pictures were fine. The developer just didn’t believe that the colors were real.
This was taken on the road from Joensuu towards Tampere with Bear’s Tokina 11-16/2.8. I really liked that lens. One of my favorite shots with the lens was published a few days ago in the Life of Jalo.