This is a picture taken outside York Minster of the gates leading into the gardens/grassed area which surround it.
This is another picture which I took using my Tamron 10-24mm f/3.5 super wide angle lens. On our trip to York it turned into a bit of a work horse, being fitted to my camera more often than any other lens I took with me and one of the reasons was because of the great definition, colour and contrast it offers. I really wish I could get a copy of the lens fitted with the Sony E mount because I would then be able to accurately set the aperture! (To explain, the lens has no aperture ring, it is normally controlled by the camera so on the Sony I use an NEX to pentax K adapter which allows me to stop the lens down but I can only guess the aperture.)
- Sony Nex 6
- Tamron 10-24mm f/3.5
- ISO 160
- f/22 (approx)