The Rokinon 24mm f1.4 has been around for a while now and its existence has been greately justified by the lack of affordable alternatives por people who need a fast 24mm lens that wll deliver excellent image quality wide open, which is the case for photographers working in a low light environment where they don't … Continue reading The Rokinon 24mm f1.4
The Bristlecone Pines rank as the oldest living trees on Earth, some of them exceed 4000 years of age and in California they are located in a remote area close to the Nevada border called The White Mountains. The road that goes up to about 10,000 feet to reach this forest is called White Mountains … Continue reading Photographing The Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest
Last Spring I visited Death Valley National Park for the first time, after many years wanting to do it , I really felt it was the right time for this trip. Unless you are coming from Las Vegas, it feels like a very remote place to reach. Once I turned west from Hwy 395, as … Continue reading The Roads of Death Valley
I recently went to Yosemite on a 3 days camping trip and stayed at the higher elevation area of the park called Tuolomne Meadows, where I've been many times in the past. The scenery is quite different from the valley of course and the temperature and the crowds are much lower, which for me … Continue reading The Upper Cathedral Lake in Yosemite.