I've been watching some interesting videos on YouTube by a landscape photographer who has been wandering around in some very unpromising weather and managing to get some beautiful shots. Of course he's a professional and can therefore justify spending all day out on the hills, but even though I'm retired, I can't really do that. But I was interested to see that he was using a long lens to take photos of landscape. I've never thought to do that, so I will be experimenting during the rest of the month.
This is not perfectly sharp. I always forget that it's virtually impossible to handhold the long lens unless the light is very bright. But I only committed to taking a photo every day. I didn't promise they'd all be good! :)