Hi all. I'm going to Joshua Tree National Park next week with the express of goal of doing some photography. Problem is that I'm a city kid, and I've never done landscape photography. Any and all pointers are welcome. I am seeking advice on equipment (long lens vs. wide lens) and obvious technique help. I'm not sure yet what I'm going to shoot, but will probably not do huge vistas. I may collect some shots and stitch them later, but it's not the kind of photography I'm drawn to. I'll probably focus on shots with trees, rocks and cactuses in various medium settings. I shoot digital: Canon D5 with a 16-35 L 2.8, and a 28-135 3.5-5.6 IS. There's various places in town that rent all kinds of gear, so if anyone feels strongly I can easily go and rent a big telephoto zoom.