Weekend in Leavenworth, Washington

During a weekend trip to Leavenworth, Washington I had a morning to myself to go take some photos.  I decided to head up Highway 2 along the Wenatchee river, in the Wenatchee National Forest, and focus on landscape photography.


The Wenatchee National Forest is part of the Cascades Mountains in Washington State.


I brought my Canon 24mm f3.5L TS-E II and Zeiss Distagon T* Makro-Planar 2/50 ZE.


I got lucky with a fairly clear morning and was able to get some of my favorite winter landscapes to date.


Here are some of the results from the morning.  These are with the Zeiss 50mm Makro Planar.


Wenatchee River Valley


Red Bridge


Early Sunrise Reflections






The rest are panoramas made by shifting my Canon 24mm TS-E lens.


Wenatchee River Valley Cliff


Rocky River Shore


Wenatchee River Rapids


Old Wenatchee River Bridge






One thought on “Weekend in Leavenworth, Washington

  1. undoubtedly canon with 24mm lens provides unmatched picture quality. I really appreciate photographic sense of the person as well who have captured these images; specially panoramas.

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