Landscapes and nature, hiking and coastlines. Here's a variety of new photographs from both the Leica and Nikon with 35mm lenses.
I bought the Sigma ART 35mm F/1.4 lens in lieu of my brief New Zealand road trip in October, but after hiking Mount Maroon with my Nikon D810, I came to the conclusion that I simply don't want to carry that size of a camera on me. I proved to myself that the much smaller and more lightweight Leica M and 35mm/50mm lenses are all I need time and time again.
My New Zealand long weekend is all planned, but I've left the details up to serendipity. I can't wait to find myself driving down Mount Cook Road.
Justin shooting down near Protesters Falls, NSW.
Genevieve and 8 month old Juno!
Regal Mr. Pants.
Sugar cane mill in Murwillumbah.
Farmlands in northern NSW.
Perfect framing out of a moving car...
This place makes me think of Christopher Nolan's Interstellar.
Doing a little dusk landscape photography at Hastings Point.
On the way to Fingal Head in the AM.
Enjoying first light on the cliffs.
I love the colour in this. Leica M Typ 240 + 35mm.
I didn't think I had much at Fingal until I waited for the sunlight to appear and the waves to be in the perfect configuration.
Sunrise portrait of Justin, who was more enthusiastic about cliff hopping than I.
Some 3:1 panoramas.
Country portrait of my sister before hiking.
Near the top of Mount Maroon.
Playing with 5:4 crop shooting on the Nikon D810.
Derelict truck on Mount Mee.
Say cheese, Rocky.
My sister and her buddy Rocky.