Monday, April 11, 2011

Two Weekends, Two Places - NX10

Followings are the images taken by an NX10.

For last two weekends, I was invited in other places by near people. On the first weekend, I made a visit to my friends living in Rennes. Rennes is one of the most beautiful cities in France, which has been the capital of Brittany region for ages. The city was a cultural nucleus for people in Brittany kingdom, when isn’t yet integrated as a part of France. Still there is many beautiful gothic and medieval architectures over the entire city, but now is more coming to fame for students, of which 30% of the total population are students.

The river cutting through calm of the city and old statues along historical monuments has completely fascinated me. I also had good moments in my friends’ apartment facing a riverside. That was an excellent weekend in an atmosphere preferably peaceful.


Samsung NX10 │ 1/45s │ f9.0 │ 35mm │ ISO 200


Samsung NX10 │ 1/50s │ f5.0 │ 18mm │ ISO 200


Samsung NX10 │ 1/30s │ f4.3 │ 27mm │ ISO 400


Samsung NX10 │ 1/45s │ f5.0 │ 42mm │ ISO 320


Samsung NX10 │ 1/15s │ f4.5 │ 35mm │ ISO 400


Samsung NX10 │ 1/20s │ f6.3 │ 18mm │ ISO 400


Samsung NX10 │ 1/1250s │ f3.5 │ 18mm │ ISO 1600


Samsung NX10 │ 1/1250s │ f3.5 │ 18mm │ ISO 1600


Samsung NX10 │ 1/10s │ f3.5 │ 18mm │ ISO 800

On the other weekend, I went to visit my grandmother. She welcomed me so delightfully as usual. She lives in a typical medieval village with old stone-built houses, just like from a fairy tale, where we can also see many impressive wooden-decorated buildings from a street to another. My grandmother and I had an outing under a clear sky. It was really pleasant.


Samsung NX10 │ 1/30s │ f18.0 │ 18mm │ ISO 100


Samsung NX10 │ 1/25s │ f22.0 │ 45mm │ ISO 100


Samsung NX10 │ 1/180s │ f10.0 │ 30mm │ ISO 100

Next weekend, I’ll be in a new city, where I’m supposed to stay for my work at least over a year. I’m so glad to have had the chance to obtain this position. I wish to see you then and talk about my new life ! Here is the link to the source: