After months and months and months, I finally finished off the film I had loaded into the Leica in summer of last year when I first meant to test the Summicron 50mm 1/2. It took the lab 4 instead of the usual 2 days to produce the prints, and then I could throw away more than half of the 36 prints. They had put a slip into the envelope which said the film container was defected somehow, hence there was light leakage in most photos. :roll: Somehow it seems like the "must-finish-this-film-at-loooooong-last" photos came out best, so I will dump them onto you, whether you wanted me to do so or not :greenpbl: 1. Nice house in Zeven ... those of the monestary (nice building!) all had light leakage. Grrr 2. The so-called "Kristian-fir" in our garden ... my first-born son's first hand-chosen Christmas tree (with roots), some 20 inches high back in 1988, and it moved house (gardens!) with us in 1999, after which we had to prune it considerably so it would survive, but now it has grown into a proud tree!!! 3. Sumac against the sky 4. Sumac shadows on the wall 5. Testing the 50mm-lens's bokeh 6. The only photo taken in summer (first on the roll, actually!), my friend's boy - indoors - window-light only. So there. 6 pics to show out of 36... It is an ok result, I think.