I always liked the look from a fish-eye lens. The natural look, not corrected. The best thing about fish-eye lens is that it practically does not need auto focus. Because it is so wide, all you have to do is put it on aperture f8 set the focus to infinity, and just take pictures.
During our short week in Southern Alberta we have managed a day trip to Dinosaur Provincial Park, where you can become a paleontologist for a day and stumble upon a dinosaur bone, slip on a fine mud (after a rainy couple of days), be eaten by monster mosquito and enjoy a landscape that is out of this world...
I know, we are still in the grips of winter here in Alberta. I was going through my images taken last year, that were not posted yet (yeah there are a few of them) and decided on this set from a harvest sunset.
It is Valentine's Weekend boys and girls and, I really hope, you will be able to go out and enjoy yourselves over the next couple of days.
Vacations... bring such wonderful memories. These are the images from our week long trip to the Waterton National Park.
One evening of our rainy vacation in Southern Alberta we have decide to chance it and visit the Okotoks Erratic in hopes of shooting some sunset and night skies.
Continuing with the theme of previous posts, this also will be a post about Waterton National Park, and our little excursion there last summer.
Stars, milky way, camping and bacon :)
When you travel far away from home you can never predict the weather you're going to encounter. Such was the case during our summer trip to Waterton Lakes National Park.