Saturday was an unusual day; the sun was shining brightly. I had to drive across Hanover, so I took a camera with me and made these images through the car windows.
The main thing about these images is how I made them. I photographed through my car windows using the small pocket Olympus TG-5 camera. It might be the most under rated camera in existence relative to cost and size and ruggedness, at least with good light. One of the things I have learned is to dial down the exposure to -1 on the camera, take the images as raw files, then process them in LR Classic CC using a little split toning and the auto tone function as a starting point.