On our way back from Colorado we decided to take a little detour to the Devils Tower in Wyoming. I hadn't been there in quite a few years, so it was fun to go. Fortunately, as well, it was beautifully clear on the day that we drove, but the day before was near-blizzard conditions and the day afterwards was also near-blizzard conditions. Perfect!
The light just kept getting better and better as we got closer and closer. Unfortunately we weren't right there for peak light, but we did have some very nice late afternoon light. There isn't much more to say, so I'll just put up a quick gallery. While I did have ALL of my Nikon gear in the car with us, I decided to take my Fujifilm gear out with us on a little walkabout. Definitely glad that I did. I used the X-T1 and X-T1 Graphite with the 50-140, 23, and 14mm lenses. Didn't really feel any need for mid-range lenses. Also all of these were shot in the "Classic Chrome" film simulation mode, which I am quite liking.
And the difference between 23mm (top) and 14mm (bottom)
Of course, as always seems to happen, the light got crazy good as we were driving away.
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