New Camera Works Great On Landscapes Too

We had a pretty good sunset today; not great but pretty good.  I headed out to a beach near where I work after I finished at the gym.  I got there early and looked for an appropriate place to setup.  For the past several days, we've had very low tides so there is a lot of exposed rocks with a lot of green algae.  The interesting part of these low tides is that you can find a lot of tide pools and these are great places to catch reflections.  I found a large tide pool and setup and then took over a hundred photos throughout the time the sun was setting.  This photo here was one of the last ones of the evening, well after the sun was already down below the horizon.

The new camera worked fantastically.  I used my wide angle lens, 9-18mm 4.0-5.6.  There were a couple of instances where I wished I had a little more breadth, but the reality, this was enough.  I'll post another one tomorrow.

Olympus OM-D E-M5 with 9-18mm 4.0-5.6 lens at 9mm.  3 frames run as a 32bit HDR, then processed in Lightroom and Perfect Effects 4.