Bryce Canyon captured by Z 6II / Z14-24f2.8
It’s rare when out to photograph specifically landscapes that bald skies doesn’t shoot down my mood. This morning on the rim gazing down and through the hoodoos of Bryce, the bald skies didn’t even come into play. Until the sun popped over the horizon, I shot down into the amphitheaters with the Z70-200f2.8. I even played with the Graphite PC in the Z 6II on the suggestion of the talented Ms Carol. Then once the sun came up, the Z14-24f2.8 came out even though we had nothing but bald skies. Closing the lens down to f/22 (so the sun would flare), I pointed the lens down to eliminate as much of the sky as possible but keep that star burst. It was fun and darn good to be back in Bryce, even with its bald skies!