I’m off to Yosemite on Friday, where I hear that fall color is peaking. Maybe I’ll climb Mt Dana again, though that 3:30 am start is pretty rough on a middle-aged geezer like me.
Subscriptions and renewals to DAP, Guide to Zeiss ZF/ZE Lenses and Guide to Digital Infrared Photography will be responded to upon my return late Sunday, or early Monday morning, unless it’s too amazingly gorgeous and I defer it one more day.
Someday I’ll just hang out there for a month (I hope!), because October is just stunning in the high country, even forgetting the transient fall color. Later in October, it’s fun watching red-bellied spawning Brook trout scatter while walking on the iced-over small streams.
I’ll be taking the new ZE 18/3.5 and 21/2.8 Distagons (for Canon), and all my other ZF lenses where I hope to make some decent images in between some tedious but necessary comparisons with the new Canon EF 100/2.8L macro. Naturally I intend to post a new crop of sample images to Guide to Zeiss ZF/ZE Lenses using the Canon 5D Mark II and Nikon D3x. And I hope for a few lazy hours each day, sometimes I do get a bit worn working 14 hours a day 7 days a week.