I took a single lens, and one that you wouldn't generally consider for landscape photography, but I decided to challenge myself with a 50mm (75mm full-frame). To take full advantage of the low depth of field it can provide, I attached a neutral density filter to the front to counter the the over-exposure that low apertures can cause in bright daylight, and yes, the weather was surprisingly warm and sunny!
So that was the challenge, to use a reasonably narrow, fixed focal length lens and using predominantly a low depth of field. Below is a nice example I've selected and the ten choice others can be seen here on the website.
Simon @ theblend
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