Work started again, and I’m thrilled about it. I love what I do. Being able to practice medicine is such a privilege that I treasure every day. A big part of being a practitioner, is needing to keep up with the latest knowledge of medical- as well as health administrative tasks.
– Conferences and courses.
I started off with a 3 day course of internal and external healthcare management by the danish health care council. Courses like this are great, and I feel privileged whenever I attend. This one was held in Copenhagen, our charming capital.
Combining my life as a healthcare professional with my passion for photography is not always easy, since time is always sparse. These 3 days was however different.
– I found a balance.
– I found my 3 days of grace.
All images with the X-T1 and the X100T
Day 1 – Accomodations and Nights
Day 2 – Lines, Faces & Fellowship
Day 3 – Streets, Everlonging
Fantastic images, I am glad you found your grace. I, too, am a healthcare professional (Radiation Therapist) and digital artist and I totally understand the scarcity of time. I look forward to seeing more of your work. 🙂
Thank you very much. Thank you for stopping by.
Tak Allan! 😀
Great shots. I’m also a clinical pathologist but already retired! I love your blog and your experiences with the old lens!
Thank you so much. Glad to have you reading/viewing.
Thank you 🙂
Where do you take these photos?
Taken around the urban area of Copenhagen, Denmark 🙂
Thank you for reading /J
Nice photo! How do you take a stranger photo with 35mm? Just shot and ask for permission afterwards?
Thanks Philip. Thats how I do it, yes 🙂
Thanks for stopping by.
@jr050680 cool! Do you have any difficulties doing street photography with manual lenses? I just thought it would be hard to capture the moment and dial manual focus at the same time.