It’s been a while since I’ve taken pictures of landscapes. Partly because I haven’t had the time to go anywhere and capture anything. And also partly since I’ve adopted a two lens system, I’m no longer shooting at wider angles. You can absolutely take pictures with non-wide angle lenses, they’re just a bit non-traditional. For my last few days in Boston, I wanted to snap a few pictures before I left, just because I haven’t done it in a while.
The last picture is from Connecticut, so it doesn’t really count. But it was a view that I couldn’t pass up.
There’s something oddly peaceful about plugging in some music, going out for a stroll with my camera in hand. All of my responsibilities sort of dissolve. My world becomes whatever I see in my viewfinder.