Note the different style/shape/size windows/doors/openings in a very small area in a very old structure in the above image.
While I have gone back through my older pictures taken a few years ago in Ireland, I discovered that all the best images (my preference) were taken with a micro 4/3 camera with one of two prime lenses. Those lenses were the Panasonic 14 mm or 20 mm pancake lenses. They had effective focal lengths of 28 and 40 mm. Looking at the images made with these two lenses brought back memories of how much I loved using these small pancake lenses on a small camera. If we were in town and walking the streets or touring inside buildings I used the 14 mm lens and if we were out in the country or traveling in the van I used the 20 mm lens. I found these to be near perfect focal lengths in Ireland. As I often do, I have decided to go back to the future … get something new & better that replicates one aspect of a previous capability.
I now have the Fuji X-E1 camera which is even better than the micro 4/3 camera that I used in Ireland. Since it is also small and of the same rangefinder style and since I already have the 27 mm pancake lens with an effective focal length of 40.5 mm, I decided to order the Fuji 18 mm, effective 27 mm focal length, lens. Using these focal lengths on the streets in Hanover, PA will not be the same and may not work as well, but I will also be able to use my 35 mm prime lens (effective 52.5 mm) here if needed on the wider streets.