Continuing from my previous post of testing Fuji X-Pro1 with old Pentax lenses, here are some more landscapes from our quick trip to Jasper National Park. We decided to visit a few new places that time, places that we never visited before. These images are from Edith Cavell mountain area and trails. I was using a Pentax 200mm f4 and 30-70mm f2.8 zoom primarily. Focusing was quite easy, and fast, and it was quite a pleasure to use. They bring a bit of nostalgic feeling to taking images, and glass does not age as quickly as the camera bodies, so even if some of these lenses were made over 30 years ago, they are still as good as the day they were made. Enjoy!