I recently got back from a trip to California. When I had started planning the trip I was unaware that there would be a drought or a cold weather snap, but I wasn’t going to let circumstances get in the way of getting some pictures. I traveled from King’s Canyon near the Sequoia National park to the coastal region stopping at Morro Rock and Moonstone Beach. Even in the midst of a drought California is a beautiful place.
As the sun began to set along the Kentucky Indiana border the riverfront became incredibly gorgeous. All of these shots actually came from the Canon kit lens as it was the only lens I had with me in a wide focal length. I’m a firm believer that this lens often gets overlooked because it’s a kit lens with a plastic mount. It may not be anything close to an L lens, but with some patience you can still get some great shots out of it.