Here comes 2012
I finally found some time on a Friday night to revive my dead blog. It’s not as if I stopped taking pictures, but with the road to graduation and job hunting just a few months away I’ve felt unable to spend anytime to post anything of decent quality. So I’ll just leave it at a few pictures for now. These were taken today with my new EF 16-35mm f/2.8 II L (except sunrise, which was on the EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L) and EOS 5D Mark II as I walked around UW campus. Finally making full frame digital landscapes a reality. Still feels odd but I’m definitely enjoying it! I hope you all do too!
Sunrise over Lake Washington. The fog gives a very eerie look to the houses and trees.
The buildings on the East side of the Quad had shaded the grass from the sun, leaving some beautiful frost out in mid-morning. I found a clover here!
The frost on the edge of the leaves had me really wishing I’d packed in my EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro IS L! So it goes, can’t have it all 🙂
Red Square at sunset. I have taken several of this location with the Obelisk framed by the colors of the setting sun, but never this wide! 16mm is really something I’ll have to get used to…