The shots were done with an A7 set on manual. Exposures were around f-8 - f16. ISO auto. The lens takes some getting used to e.g. not getting your fingers or feet in the photo. The A7 doesn't seem to know what "level" is when using this lens. The level indicator was off by a couple of degrees in the horizontal. I straightened most of these photos in PS6. Full size crop from previous photo. The graveyard contains the remains of bodies from the four towns that were flooded to create The Quabbin Reservoir in Western Massachusetts. The bodies were exhumed and moved here. The Quabbin story is fascinating. Look it up sometime. A row of gravestones and the remains of many Gypsy Moths. Any lens under 24mm is a specialty lens IMO. The 10mm Voigtlander is a special specialty lens. Does that make sense ?