Limitations can push creativity. I recently got a Fuji X-E2 and the only lens I have is a 14mm. I have always been a slave to the zoom and I feel like I always feel as thought I am going to miss shots if I leave a certain focal range at home. This means that I am often walking around with a lot of gear, and I still like the versatility that this gives me but the other day, with my new Fuji I found my creativity being pushed in interesting directions because I had some self-imposed limits. The single prime lens became a stimulus to think about the photos that I would make in a different way and I came up with some interesting results. In this image the sky was very dramatic and the stump provided a compelling foreground element. With a 14mm lens you can get quite close and by stopping down the aperture to f/11 everything from one metre in front of me out to the horizon was in focus. The light was really helping to make things dramatic and the dynamic range of this Fuji sensor did not let the front of the backlit stump lose detail in the blacks. Below I have included a little gallery of other images I got on and around this stump.