I captured this moody industrial image on the outskirts of Frankfurt-am-Main at dusk. The foreground crane's structure made me think of a dinosaur, the species Dinosaurus metallica, perhaps.
I encountered this Street Zorro early evening walking toward me in Hollywood, Los Angeles. He told me he was on his way to work, posing for tourists for a few bucks. I was his first customer for the day and he kindly waited while I changed my lens. The Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar is a very fine portrait lens but it was let down here somewhat by my over-enthusiastic use of fill-in flash. The Praktica BD36 TTL flash threw a strong beam, and definitely needed a diffuser.