It’s no secret that I think much of Portsmouth’s charm comes from its working waterfront and active port. Here, you can see the sand/salt piles of the Granite State Minerals terminal on the waterfront and the reflections of its cranes and the Middle and Piscataqua River Bridges. This was one of the first set of brackets I fired off with my latest rental lens, the Carl Zeiss 21mm. The lens has incredible reviews for its sharpness and color rendition, with minimal distortion and high build quality. The scene wasn’t anything terribly remarkable, but made for a good test shot with the bricks in the foreground and the grey sky. It’s been a joy to use so far, and I look forward to a few more days of shooting before I have to ship it back out west to BorrowLenses.com.