Meiji Jingu trees, Meiji Jingu, 19.2.10
A landscape this time. It is an acquired skill to capture telephoto landscapes, one that I am yet to acquire. It requires one to look relatively far ahead and look for the small things, perhaps more obscure than if you are using a wide-angle lens.
The 300/2.8 is, of course, ideal for longish telephoto landscapes. It is capable of resolving a lot of detail and producing a nice diffuse background.
This is a stand of pine trees at Meiji Jingu. One thing that I like about Meiji Jingu is the amount of trees (there are lots), including evergreens and deciduous trees. I liked the colours in this one, the tree illuminated by the setting sun.