A decision once made…

It began innocently enough. I was out with a couple of other photographers on a day-hike, which is usually close to home. We are mostly gone for 5–7 hours, of which an hour or so is usually spent driving to the location.

That morning I packed my kit, which then consisted of a Sony a850 full-frame DSLR. I tucked away appropriate lenses, accessories, and other stuff into a ThinkTank/MindGear Trailscape 18L.

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