Olympic National Park in B&W

While our last few posts dealt with the brand new XF 90mm F2 lens and therefore portrait photography, we are now returning to our usual genre – travel, landscape and documentary in B&W. Here is a series of the images taken during our last trip to Olympic National Park, including incredible Rialto Beach.

All images were shot with the X100S and Fuji X-T1 paired with the XF 14mm F2.8 and XF 56mm F1.2.

We are now preparing for our upcoming photography trip across five states: Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and North Dakota. If you know of any less-travelled spots, interesting places or people, please drop us a line. Any suggestions would be appreciated.













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4 thoughts on “Olympic National Park in B&W

  1. Yeah, dude!
    Nice pictures I like fog.
    But why do you place a watermark on some pictures, and on some not? I think, watermarks are ugly.

  2. Suggestion for North Dakota. You may know about Medora. Going north from there gets you into Theodore Roosevelt National Park and that’s worthwhile, especially very early in the day, but go south of town along River Road following the Little Missouri River. That’s where the ranches, horses, scenics and wild country are. Good people, too. Or try climbing Rocky Butte south of Beach for a memorable view.

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