I journeyed for days and nights to finally reach the oasis that lay between the death that is…

well kinda of , I did walk a really really really long way and all there was sand and more bloody sand:) I did however fall back in love with a old lens of mine, one which has been neglected for many a year now, relegated to the bottom of the bag or the box of photographic stuff, which is actually remarkably small πŸ™‚ This is the Nikkor 105mm f2.5 lens, I always forget what a joy it is, so very sharp and punchy and in such a small form factor, in recent times I have been swayed by the neat luxuries of the autofocus lens, but no more πŸ˜‰ any enough gaff πŸ™‚

ya gotta view it large, go on, zoom in and find that naked person ;), – this pano is actually half of the what it originally started out 16 portrait orientation images at 105mm

16 images (portrait mode) stitched together – shot handheld
D750 coupled with Nikkor 105mm f2.5 @ 105mm Aperture: f8 and Shutter Speed: 1/250 seconds
ISO 100
EV -0.7
Out front – oasis

17 thoughts on “Oasis

  1. Beautiful landscape and wonderful light! The human you refer to must be exceptionally well camouflaged πŸ™‚
    The 105 mm nikkor is a favourite of mine, as it's so versatile: macro, landscape for unique perspectives, [gigapixel] panos, even portraits. I no longer use the 24-70mm – any zoom for that matter.

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