Photographing the Alabama Hills w/ the NEX7 & a Madoka 180 Lens

Early morning - arches overlooking Mt. Whitney (taken with the Madoka 180 and my Sony NEX7)

A quick side trip at dawn gave me the opportunity to play with the new Madoka 180 lens from Yasuhara via International Supplies in Los Angeles. We captured the famous arched rock in the Alabama Hills near Bishop, reputed to be, “One of the Earth’s Oldest Geological Formations.”

Angling for a view of Mount Whitney

Angling for a view of Mount Whitney

Arch to Whitney

Arch to Whitney

Angle on Mount Whitney at Dawn

Angle on Mount Whitney at Dawn

I love the red rock arches in the Alabama Hills outside of Lone Pine.

I love the red rock arches in the Alabama Hills outside of Lone Pine.

Chris, Kevin and Norman shoot at dawn.

Chris, Kevin and Norman shoot at dawn.

Angle on the crew in the early morning taken with the Madoka 180 and my Sony NEX 7

Angle on the crew in the early morning taken with the Madoka 180 and my Sony NEX 7

Early morning - arches overlooking Mt. Whitney (taken with the Madoka 180 and my Sony NEX7)

Early morning – arches overlooking Mt. Whitney (taken with the Madoka 180 and my Sony NEX7)

Kevin and Chris relax as the sun comes up on Mount Whitney.

Kevin and Chris relax as the sun comes up on Mount Whitney.