It’s a cold morning here in Central Texas (at least by Central Texas standards) so I figured a cold, winter landscape would be appropriate for today.
This image was taken in Utah during my trip to Zion and Bryce Canyon a couple of winters ago. I shot it with the 70-300mm lens to compress the perspective and pull the aspens “closer” to the darker pine trees behind them. If people tell you that a telephoto lens is no use when shooting landscapes, feel free to disasgree and point them to any number of landscape pictures where the composition relies upon layers and the foreshortening that a telephoto provides.
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