It’s been photographed more times that one could possibly count and many times by myself. Still, the Eiffel Tower always impresses during a stroll around Paris. This particular sunny day the clouds & sky made for a dramatic setting that caught my eye. As usual, my walk-around camera of choice was the Fuji X100T, always a solid go-to camera.
Awhile back I wrote a post about my search for the 'Ultimate Travel Camera', eventually purchased a camera after much deliberation, lazily never made a follow up post about it and have since purchased yet another camera to replace the first 'ultimate travel' camera. Whew. The long short of it? I purchased a Panasonic Lumix LX10, didn't fall in love with it and decided to go back for my gut instinct of the Fuji X100T.
So here I am a few weeks into owning the X100T and I've been loving every minute of shooting with it. While I won't dwell on the Lumix (I plan a post about my experience with it soon), I just never fully loved shooting with it. It simply stayed in my bag too often and I was rarely inspired to shoot with it. I should've known the Fuji brand would be calling my name and I'm happy it's my new everyday carry.
This post won't be a 'review' because there a million such things out there to geek out about over specs & pixel peeping. Nope, just some pics and the simple joy of shooting with a very capable compact camera that produces gorgeous images.
Then it was off to Amsterdam for a few days to let the legs recover before we headed home. I wanted to put the X100T through the paces in an urban environment and one I'm more familiar with. Definitely starting to get used to this thing.
Amsterdam at night is always beautiful; lights from a passing boat, the moon, passing bicycles & cars and even the subtle glow from the famous red lights from across the canal make for a wonderful scene.
I was bummed to learn the Azure Window rock formation in Malta collapsed. We were lucky enough to visit the island of Gozo in 2007 to see it. The collapse was inevitable but thought it might stick around a little longer.
Reinforces the belief to not wait until tomorrow to experience new things and go see the world!