I have been wanting to go to Mount Bromo for a very long time. About 10 years ago, my friend Desmond who was my colleague back at Shooting Gallery had visited this place and came back with good memories. It was him who got me interested in Mount Bromo.
About 3 months ago, my friend Ryan ask me if I wanted to go to Mount Bromo. I hopped on the opportunity even thou I knew was tagging along with 2 couples which made me stand out like a torn. I was not bothered by it.
Its been a long time since I brought my camera out for play. Over the years I was too lazy to lug my heavy dslr out for my travels.I used to bring like 1 body, 3 lens, 1 tripod which is super heavy and cumbersome. These days I mostly shoot with my smart phone which produces very good imagery. Moreover, I rather take the time to experience the view and sights then looking through a camera’s viewfinder.
This time I decided to bring along my newly invested Sony A7RIII with just 1 lens. The G-Master 24mm-70mm. This is definitely the lens to bring along for lazy photographers like myself. Below are some of the images that I shot with.
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