These were taken around the same time as these two photos.
There’s a bit of erosion in these photos. I think the first one shows the most tragic, though it’s likely unavoidable depending on your views on bush management.
The others are more natural and perhaps in a way they also are tragic due to the impermanence of form, but they are less so, I feel.
This is my submission into the two hundred-and-thirty-third Lens-Artists Photo Challenge. The theme for this one is “A One Lens Walk“.
These were all taken with a Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM. These photos don’t do much to promote the lens, but they were fun images to take.
The host of the Lens-Artists challenges cycles weekly between the following people:
Week 1 – Tina
Week 2 – Patti
Week 3 – Ann-Christine aka Leya
Week 4 – Amy
Week 5 – John Steiner
Week 6 – Sofia Alves
Week 7 – Anne Sandler
Week 8 – Guest host
This one is curated by Anne. Donna of Wind Kisses, who has joined the Lens-artists team this year, hosts the next one.
I recommend participating in the challenges. They’re open enough to allow for a fair bit of thinking about approach and closed enough to keep focus on meeting the theme of each one. If you don’t participate, you should still check out what others of the Lens-Artists community are submitting.
I hope you enjoy.
Great images captured with your one lens. You’ve also sent a great message regarding erosion. But I do like how erosion carved the large rock in the last picture. Thanks for joining in!
Yikes SH! I think 24-70 is among the best focal length ranges. Paired with a 70-300 or 400 you’ve pretty much got it all covered!
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