I headed to Stanford University on a cold and wet Saturday morning. It had rained on and off, and I was hoping for some glistening, reflective pavement. Not sure if the drainage was too good, or I headed out too late. By the time I set foot in the Quad, the tiles were mostly dry.
I really like the PC-E lens, but if I haven’t used it a quite some time, it takes a moment to re-orient myself because the controls are different. For example, spinning the dial to change the aperture has no effect. I had to remember to use the aperture ring instead.
Nikon D800, PC-E Nikkor 24mm f/3.5ED, ISO 100, 24mm, f/8.0, 1/400s