26 Nov Lunch With a View
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Morro Bay one more time. I think I forgot to include the iconic 550 feet high rock that makes Morro Bay so special.
But from my former blog post you know that it’s not just the rock or that huge power station or the wildlife or the beautiful boardwalk that connects all the bars and small restaurants. It’s the combination of all of that. Think of Monterrey just smaller and with way less tourists.
We had lunch in one of the small restaurants. We sat outside under a big umbrella and behind glass hat protected us from the chilly breeze from the ocean. I can’t remember what I had for lunch because I was distracted. I watched the pelicans diving for fish in the harbour right in front of me. What an experience!
After lunch we walked down the boardwalk. At that time I had still my XF 18-55 OIS which gives very good results in good light and which of course makes a wonderful small combo on my X Pro-2. But there is a difference in between very good an excellent and I have no doubt that even in this not demanding light the XF 16-55 would have given me even better results. But that excellence of the 16-55 comes at a price. This lens is much bigger and heavier and
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