This shot was taken probably sometime around 8 pm leaning off the railing at the Harvey Cedars Bible and Conference Center. I'd hoped the sailboat would come in closer but sometimes you gotta take what you can get.
Now, my REALLY BIG dilemma - can I handle Fall with a puny 85mm field of view? Can those great misty, dew-filled, multi-hued, mountain-hugging, tree-tapestries be funneled into such a narrow perspective?
Oooorrrr ... is this my perfect excuse to fork out $$$$$$$$ (pronounced "mega-bucks") for the 24mm f/1.4 ... bwahahahaha!!
If I'm totally honest here, I'm a bit afraid that the 24mm will be a big disappointment. I've been spoiled by my almost perfect 85mm f/1.2 grapefruit. Or rather my 85mm "softball" which comes nowhere near describing the lead-heavy feel of my little precious [insert sounds of Golum mumbling "my precious, my precious"].
In truth, I don't think I really ever need any other lens. But then again ... what did need ever have to do with it!?!!!
PS - for my "woulda-coulda-shoulda's" ... this was a single frame I ripped off. I shoulda let the shutter click a few more times to see if the silouhettes might take better shapes. I've been finding myself taking too few shots lately. Gotta get over that.