Technical Notes: As you can see, I have EXIF data for all the photos embedded into the black frame at the lower right hand corner. I mainly used my Sony A7, also known as the ILCE7. When the lens isn't notated, it's because I was using a manual lens with an adaptor. For this trip I used the Olympus OM mount Zuiko 24mm, f/2.8 and a borrowed Olympus OM Zuiko 55mm, f/1.2. I also had my Film Olympus OM1, but only made aobut a dozen photos with it. Unfortunately I haven't found an easy way to add the lens data manually to EXIF.
You'll also probably notice that I used the Sony Zeiss 24mm f/1.8 which is an APSC mount lens. It crops to approximately 36mm on this camera and gives a lower megapixel image. I'm not displeased with the images, but would still like a 35mm lens that covers the whole sensor...seems like a bit of a waste to crop out all that beautiful potential. That said, I'd love to hear any thoughts on the quality of the images.
I also used the Kit 28-70 Zoom and it did a great job overall, but is still a little bulky, slow and inelegant for my tastes. Ultimately I think I'd like to end up with a wide angle prime or zoom for landscape work, a true fast 35mm for everyday and a fast 50mm or longer for portraits.
There are also a couple other shots in there from my iPhone 5S (Shaun holding the bottle of Bourbon in the dark- damn!) and my Sony NEX 7 (the deer). I also had my GoPro and took a couple timelapse sequences, but I'm still working on those.
Processing was all done in Lightroom, with one detour to Photoshop for the Pano.