Cannon Beach, Oregon - July 2015
This past July we had the opportunity to go out to Oregon and visit with our boys. We had a wonderful time and at the same time got to see a part of Oregon that we have not seen before. I brought the Leica MP 240 and the Sony Nex-7 which I used with my Leica glass. The lenses I brought along were the 21 Super Elmar, 35 Summicron, 50 Summilux, and the 90 Tele-Elmarit. The combination worked very well for the type of landscape shooting I was planning on doing. The Leica and Sony are very light compared to my Canon gear and were ideal for traveling. I also decided to go without the tripod. I don't own a small carbon fiber job and bringing the large Gitzo was out of the question. I only needed it maybe a couple of times and even then not really since I was able to get away with it. The benefits of shooting like this when traveling is you never have a problem at the end of the day feeling it carrying around the big stuff. I am only showing a few here in this blog post. Here are some of my favorites from the trip out to Cannon Beach. I will probably go into the catalog and add more to this blog post. My Full Oregon Portfolio can be found here.
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