As I have written in a previous post, I went on holiday to Andalusia, Spain, with only the X10, in order to have a more "nimble" package to carry along to various sites in Spain. And while of course I did sometimes regret not having a D700 with a superwide and/or a moderate telephoto lens, I was not disappointed with the little one!
A set taken at the Mezquita in Cordoba. All images presented here were taken in EXR auto mode and converted to black and white using the same setting in LR3.6 (LR4 is a no-no while I still have my "old" computer running XP pro )
After the catholic "Reconquista" of 1492, the mosque was converted to a cathedral which was actually built in the middle of the pillared hall:
That's all for today... but there are more jewels of islamic art in my gallery, and in color, too More later!
Olivier Rychner __________________________________________ Jetez un oeil à ma galerie if you feel like it! And it's a bit void as of now, but I also have a Nikonians blog
Auta i lomë! And my Nikon's only awaiting daylight...