I learned a lesson when I left for Mexico and quickly shoved my camera in my carryon. The last time I used it was in Tokyo with a wide angle lens (12 mm to 24 mm). Of course, the lens that I wanted in Mexico (28 mm to 300 mm) was back home in Vancouver. So all my Ajijic shots had to be with a wide angle lens, which meant getting up close to any foreground interest. It was fun learning to shoot everything with a wide angle and this horse was a cooperative subject.
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