Back once again to the transformer stone, Sahsima, on Harling Point. This picture was taken when I was first trying out my “new” 24mm lens at the Chinese Cemetery. The lens is an old Nikkor which I have modified and adapted to my Canon body as described in this recent post. Other posts from this day include Painting Sahsima.
This perspective makes the little rock seem very large, and Sahsima in the distance much smaller. In reality, Sahsima is probably 5 or even 10 times larger. Of course, the sunset colours on the orange lichen is the main subject of this photo.
Canon EOS 5Dii, Nikkor-N Auto 24mm f2.8 lens. ISO100, ~f8, 1/60th.