I spent a fair chunk of yesterday at Pedernales Falls State Park with 9 energetic 11 and 12 year olds, only two of whom ended up falling in the river. This is the closest state park to our home and one of my favourites for the fascinating geology revealed in the gorge carved by the Pedernales River. The angled strata produce a series of enormous steps that the river flows over creating smooth canyons and gulleys through the rock between large, still pools.
The observant among you will note that this image was shot using a 35mm lens, the Nikon 35mm f/2.0D to be exact. I’ve owned this lens for about 7 years but hardly ever use it these days. I was encouraged to give it a try again via Justin Balog and Armando Martinez over at The Photo Frontier who have a thing for the 35mm focal length and are encouraging others to give it try.
For the technically inclined...
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