Great locations a little too much post but this is my dream too.
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Awesome campsite Tom, were you just a slight bit concerned of werewolves? I'm serious, that looks like some pretty rugged, remote landscape and a perfect spot to pitch your tent. I know I wouldn't have slept that night either, would have been afraid to miss something awesome, if not just enjoy the peace and nature. Cool stuff man.
@candyman, thank you.
The Mosedale valley had a village in the middle before it was flooded and dammed to make a reservoir in 1929, creating a supply of water for Manchester. They removed and relocated the village, there was a church and made the water tower out of the old church. The water tower houses the Dam control.
That's an interesting story. Never thought the tower was part of a church.
Nice followup serie. I like the camping spot. Not afraid that with a storm you will get stones on the tent?
I'm my mind's eye I am envisioning a Jurassic park style vehicle, but without a roof. A monopod and then getting off the vehicle only ever so often. It's there going to be much walking out hiking on the safari.
400 mm f/4 IS
400 mm f/5.6 IS
I would be seriously interested in either of these if they were to come to market.
Canon already produce the 400mm f4 DO IS lens and it is similarly built to L class. 400mm f5.6L with IS is my dream for travel light.
I miss a light-weight do-it-all zoom like the Nikon 28-300mm VR, it delivers very good IQ and sharpness. I have not tried the new tammy.
I also support the 12-24mm f4L and a low-CA 50mm f1.8-2 IS lens with similar built, IQ and sharpness to the excellent 35mm f2 IS.