Well, it seems to work out very nicely. At least if you have a Leica Digilux 2 with its brilliant Vario-Summicron lens. I think the details are incredible for a such low resolution camera. It surely was a magical moment to see the shot below on a computer screen. I actually have thought about to get another Leica someday. Maybe M8. I know it has its quirks but I think it would be fantastic B&W camera with some nice Leica lens. But we’ll see. As usually.
Very many photographers have their own interest areas in photography and many call those areas as projects. I may say that I too have a project called Tree Stump Project.
There is something interesting in tree stumps. Trees could fall down naturally or they could be cut down in harvest. The resulting stumps are so different. What is very cool with the stumps is that they evolve in time. There will be weathering, degradation, and also beautiful new life growing on the stumps. When you go and see a particular stump after a year of your initial encounter the stump will be different and again worthwhile to shoot.
My stump project is a humble and still small but I really enjoy it. My goal is to increase the amount of my stump photos during this year.