HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (April, 2020) - During mating season, the Terns are so active and noisy. However, they are typically on the south end of the wetlands where you can't get close to them. A couple weeks ago, they were in the central area of the wetlands which is not typical. It was a treat to photograph them. When they all took flight, it was even a challenge for the A9 autofocus. Here's a few images.
Thursday, April 30, 2020
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More from the Voightlander 50mm
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (April, 2020) - After spending more time with the Voightlander 50mm, I've surmised that this is the sharpest and most detailed lens that I own. I was hesitant at first due to the manual focus thing, however, on the Sony bodies using focus peaking dialing in focus is a snap. The color rendition is also fantastic. Here's some images from the month.
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Overcast and Dreary
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (April, 2020) - Have been working at home for over a month now, so I've been forcing myself to get out early on the weekends for some nature walks. Last week when I looked outside it was overcast and actually foggy. I thought about not going, but decided to take the Ricoh GRIII in my pocket and at worst case would get some exercise. Once I got there, the sun started to break through a little. For about 30 minutes, there was a window of pretty magical light. Once the overcast cleared, the light was nothing special. It's so interesting to me how these little moments in time come and go. Here's some images captured.
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