We have a very impressive painter and sculptor in Sweden. His name is Kaj Engström and he gets his inspiration on a small island north of the bigger island Gotland. This island is called Fårö. That´s swedish for sheep. He paints sheeps in various ways and various situations, but it´s always the sheep from Gotland, where they call a sheep lamm. He also makes obejects with sheets, animals, dolls and so on.
He´s also a keen Land Rover driver. Partly because the harsh lanscape out there on one of, not to say the, most remote island in Sweden.
I went to the vernissage at Bergdala Gallery and I had to decide whether to choose a combination of a Leica M 240 and a Summilux 1,4 75 mm, a Nikon D5 and an Nikkor 1,4 85 mm, An Olympus Pen-F and a Zuiko 1,8 45 mm or the very same Pen-F and a Leitz Nocticron 1,2 42,5 mm. I did choose the later and i must say, I´ve never been so impressed by a lens!
All pictures are taken at 1,2. I used autofocus S all the time and 320 iso.
The focusing is so accurate, and so fast.
The lens is excellent on full aperture!