The "Holy Trinity" of seascape photography: low tide, sunrise or sunset and weather. They seldom come together. But once they do the photographer is usually well rewarded. That happened to me on last Saturday.
Recently it rained a lot, the walkways got really muddy. That's why I haven't been on a walk for a while now. But I definitely wanted to capture the autumn colours. The last weekend was just perfect for photography. I still didn't go for a morning walk but I've been to some really nice places.
Is it really worth 10 times more?
I've been using my Canon new FD 35mm F2.8 lens with adapter on my Sony A7 for almost a year now. I decided to try the Zeiss Loxia 35mm F2 Biogon so I bought a nice used copy from eBay