Yesterday I took the dogs and went to visit the Skyline Drive (one of my favorite places in the world), and took along a number of lenses, one of them being the Sony FE f/2 28mm wide-angle. I used it in a number of places (along with the other lenses I took along), but something that I had not had the best experience with before was making panoramas with a wide lens. Theoretically, with a wide lens there is less need of stitching a panorama since it can grab a wide view by itself, but I enjoy the process of making stitched panos, so I did it anyway. This (below) is a simple two-frame stitched pano using the f/2 28mm that I am satisfied with. It was taken from about the 50 or 60 mile marker looking west, and 1/2500 f/16 using ISO1600 (I obviously forgot to dial the ISO back down from a darker environment). I think I'll call it "The Top of Virginia." And now you can see why they call it the "Blue Ridge."