When I went back over to the Nolde Forest I changed my camera gear to using the Pentax K10d with a AF 17-50mm Tamron Lens. Thought that I’d give it a “outing” instead of using the Nikon D7000. The Pentax is a older camera and my opinion of it is that it just does not take as good of a image as the Nikon. It does do a good job, but not quite as clear as the Nikon. Here I have the camera set up on the wooden bridge that cross’s over the stream. It’s not bad, but I would like it better. When I was here the air was very cool & damp. Winter is coming soon.
Taken with my phone camera. That’s why it’s on the blurry side. Sorry. Here I have the camera pointed down to a small waterfall that I found while walking slowly down the trail looking for photo opportunities. Around this area there are plenty of them. You just have to look around and see what is there for you.
As usual, I’m here alone. I never seem to have anyone that likes taking images of Nature like I do. It would be nice to have someone else along, but I’m getting used to it.
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Nice image, my friend. I’m not familiar with that Pentax model. Just for fun, I’ll have to read up on it. Years ago, I was “in love with” the 35mm film line of Pentax products. I haven’t used one in over 50 years.