I like to take along the tiny Minox GT on trips to conferences when I don't have time for lots of tourism or photography. The GT has a sharp 35mm/2.8 lens, and it has aperture priority. I slip the camera in my tightest coat pocket and all it takes is to set the focus distance. I use mainly ISO100 film, and I mostly set the aperture to f 8.0, but I also use this camera for night shots. There is hardly any shutter sound. It is a very faint "click" that is near silent.
I was in Boston this month, and I took a few snapshots around Harvard Square. Film was Kodak 100UC.
It was raining and very cold, so I made use of water on the ground for reflections.
Entrance to Harvard was limited to people with Harvard ID's for some reason, so I took a few photos from outside the main campus. The fall colors were pretty. I liked the distance colorful leaves showing between the buildings.
The rivalry between Harvard and Yale is well known. That day, there was game between thse two schools, and Harvrad students were selling such sweatshirts in preparation for the game.