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Wow, thanks Philippe, for the interesting explications, both about Vaux-le Vicompte and the Zeiss 28mm. I never heard the story of Louis quatorze and Nicolas Fouquet, but indeed my knowledge of history is quite limited.
I absolutely know that state when the never- ending interest and focus on equipment limits creativity rather than helping it. That's why I am trying to make my equipment smaller right now, at least in terms of lenses. In the end, 3 zeiss lenses (plus one or 2 AF lenses for the rest) could be enough for me. The 28 sounds like a lens that could suit me, I may try to find one and try it, now that I have sold my 25mm Distagon.
Here are two from yesterday's walk across the Jewish Cemetery in Berlin with Carsten(w), I hope he doesn't mind me posting my shot of him shooting the ZF 100mm :-)
The amazing thing about this cemetery is that a lot of the older parts of it have become forest again, fallen trees lie over the gravestones without being removed. The one in this photo reads "sleep well". A true scenery of fugacity,
which can also be seen in the shots with wider angle, that I posted in the C/Y35-70 thread.
Salut de Berlin et encore une fois merci,