August, 2017 - restoration
Witness the last photo taken with my old camera, before the waves escalated and I descended:
While waiting for the replacement RX10m3 to arrive, I've been borrowing my wife's Panasonic FZ300 bridge camera. Its a bit like my Sony's little brother. Similar zoom range (25 to 600 mm equivalent), with a constant wide aperture of f/2.8. It's a very impressive little camera, despite it's small sensor. Before I found a way to replace my Sony, I was pondering getting an FZ300 or FZ1000 (similar, but larger sensor and less zoom) for myself.
On Friday, I found myself on a road trip with my father-in-law, and a one-eyed photographer named Chuck. Dudley - my father-in-law, recently bought a Jeep Cherokee, and wanted to trek along the Mogollon Rim, taking FR300 off of SR260 over to US60.
We saw wild horses, including one that seemed to have lost a fight.
The wide image is sized to be a Facebook banner. (Note - all photos here are CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)
And I took the obligatory lights-on-during-the-daytime photo of my in-laws' Jeep. I think If I'd had a polar filter that my F.I.L. would've shown up through the glass.