This one came out probably wide enough for four panorama monitors.
This was a rainy weekend walk, where again I risked my camera. I wasn’t too worried, it’s a pretty tuff camera and it’s not too fragile a lens. Anyhow, it was the 28MM F5 Vivitar tank. It’s actually quite good at close ups. Almost all the pictures I’ve uploaded have been hand held at 100 ISO.
I was tromping through Little Squalicum park, between the maintenance buildings and the new construction, and I found some “discarded” trees. The light was very diffuse and I was in a good mood, ready to capture a mix of color and geometry.
Another pleasant picture.
This is one of about a dozen pleasant images of bark. I was having fun with my shallow depth of field. Razar State Park was pleasant, except for the droves of mosquitoes.