We went RV camping this weekend in a friend's C-class RV at Oceanside, near San Diego. It was my first time camping in an RV park and it felt quite different than regular tent camping. Sleeping arrangements were definitely more comfortable, but it didn't have the connections of living close to nature. Perhaps RV'ing in campgrounds will be better, but the RV park we stayed in just felt much more city-like.
The kids had fun, nonetheless. They were constantly on their bikes riding around the RV park, and it was safe because people were conscious about driving slowly around the park. The beach was also only a short walk away, so location-wise, it was not bad at all. At night, no big campfires, but you're allowed built a small fire in a portable fire pit.
This campground around 100 miles away from our house is slowly becoming one of my favorite place to camp. Though it's near Big Bear Lake, popular local mountain resort city, this campground only required a short drive on a less traveled road that has less traffic and easier to drive. Jenks Lake is only a short hike away from the campground with nicely shaded trails and it's not too strenuous.
The Lake has lost a lot of its water from the recent drought, and even the non-eventful El Nino couldn't help it much. 50'Lux does its wonders again, giving me creamy bokeh and lovely colors. The WATE isn't lacking, either, giving me the wider perspective and sharp as needles. For the full set, [CLICK HERE].
My Journey into Leica...
A path not to be taken lightly, not without reservations, and not without dedication, but the results can be sweet, OH SO SWEET! This is a documentation of my trials and tribulations into the world of Leica Rangefinder Photography, and I hope you'll enjoy coming along with me.