Just to show you that I also like the colors made with the D-LUX 6. The first image was still in the morning and the other two were early afternoon. The first was zoomed in and the next two were wide. I have been leaving the aspect ratio square for a while since I like it for flowers, etc. and seeing how it works for other views.
This older, used, small sensor point and shoot camera is one of the best such cameras I have used. I almost want to put it away and not use it just to keep it longer; but, I shipped my Olympus PEN-F back to Olympus for some minor repairs so I might use the D-LUX 6 more for a while as I walk around.
One reminder, I am using the D-LUX 6 raw files along with Adobe LR Classic to process the images, so what you see isn’t what you get straight out of the camera with jpegs.
I checked the weather forecast first thing this morning and saw that it was to be in the 40s, windy, and with showers today. Looks like another ducky day. I then thought that I better grab these images peering through the window blinds while I had the chance. As I’m writing this the sky is now a solid gray.
Click on anyone of the pictures to view them in slide show mode.
Last evening, we had a banquet at Homewood at Plum Creek to honor the volunteers. Following the banquet, we were entertained by Sweet Life Music by Matt & Carol Frigm. They were great! If you ever get a chance to see and listen to them I encourage you to go. Short of that, you can see more about them and the great work they do by going to their web site, Sweet Life Music.com.