I’ve taken very few photographs of the Sofia Metro which is surprising given that metro systems are one of my favourite subjects. Of those few these are the only two I thought worth keeping. The first is the Serdika station in central Sofia, the second is one of the underground walkways at the NDK station. The first of these was shot with my Panasonic LX5. In its day the LX5 was considered a high end compact with a larger sensor than typical for compact cameras of the time, but much smaller than today’s high end compacts like the Sony RX100. Not only is it a small sensor it’s also – in digital years – ancient with the LX5 first introduced back in 2010. Yet despite its small size and older technology I’m always impressed with the quality of the images I get from it.