I made it into KEH's Photos of the Month for October with the above shot.
This tree is in a park where our boys have tennis lessons nearly every Sunday. I have taken shots of it before, but this time the framing and lighting/shadows worked out pretty nicely.
The Rollei's 40mm lens has a narrow enough field of view that I had to back up almost all the way to the street on the far side of this open grass area to capture the whole tree. And after shifting around for a minute or two I found a nice framing by the branches in the foreground.
While I love the Rollei cameras, I am not sure I a convert to the current Rollei-branded films (actually made by Agfa). Retro 80s film does have a classic B&W look to it, but it has a very speckled grain at full magnification that I have yet to come to terms with.
Did you know that Rollei 35's are still manufactured today? After the parent company went brankrupt in 2009 some of the employees launched a new company DHW Fototechnik and still make digital and analog SLRs as well as some classic TLRs and the 35.
They offer the Rollei 35 in some crazy looking special editions.