Video Feature: Josh Trujillo and the Canon PowerShot G7 X in New Mexico

A very nice job, this video, introducing a place, a camera, and a DPReview personality a little better, besides Josh himself.

Would think it underlines photographic depth of accomplishments of Canon in the g7x, not least the advantages in the longer focal length abilities of its lens.

Yorkshire topic. Well, there is a commonality I think , with there and New Mexico having a sense of wide open spaces, and if quite differently so, distinct regional personalities.

I am thinking now of prairie and hillsides, along the Ribble around the Forest of Bowland, where cattle live also, and on to Settle and Giggleswick, with maybe a side visit to Pen-y-Ghent. Or other paths, on the road to Harrogate and York, or Huddersfield and south.

John Fowles did green Britain and Tsankawi, along with other picturesque and internal locales, with Daniel Martin, a book that opened many doorways, as he has one open in the early chapters, and might do so in reverse for someone who has travelled the other way.

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