Fuji 14mm at the beach

Strictly speaking I shouldn't be doing this. The rules state that one should only use a single lens for the year, and I chose the Fuji 35mm f/1.4, yet here I am dallying with the 14mm f/2.8.

In my defence, I like to think I've been photographing for long enough now that maybe I don't need to stick quite so rigidly to what is essentially a learning exercise. I'm still primarily shooting with the the 35, but I think I'll start running a side project simultaneously where I include one 14mm shot in each OCOLOY post. A wide a week, if you will.

Anyway, enough excuse-making. Today I went to Pakefield beach to try out my shiny new lens. As I mentioned yesterday, the field of view is taking some getting used to, and I'm still surprised at how close I need to get to things. When those things are on the ground, that means a lot of kneeling and stooping.

boat and pipes

SWIFT boat

boat 1141

pallets

beach huts

wrapped up winch

beach chair

boat net

stripes and ropes

launch rails

cable

ropes and tarp


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