The recent lack of new posts was not result of our break from photography. Quite the opposite! We have been busy travelling and photographing one of the most incredible places in North America. This time our bag included the Fuji X100S, the Fuji X-T1 paired with the XF 14mm F2.8 and the XF 50-140 F2.8. All images presented below were shot with this combo.
The road itself provided us with a plethora of opportunities.
Then we visited some abandoned mines in Colorado.
For a change of scenery, we drove south to visit Mesa Verde National Park.
We also visited St. Elmo ghost town.
Of course, our trip would be not complete without taking advantage of the fall foliage at Kebler Pass.
On the way back we stopped at Grand Teton National Park.
And visited our favourite place, the Palouse.
Kasia and I have a lot of material which we will present in our upcoming posts including a discussion about preparing for photo trips, thoughts about composition, creativity, post-processing and some gear titbits. Stay tuned for much more.
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10 thoughts on “On The Road with the X-series”
Thanks for all the excellent images you post from your travels. This is one of the few sites I check daily for updates.
I am glad to hear that. Thank you for visiting.
Lots of good photography but that first one is a standout for me. It’s just so engaging. A seemingly impossible range of tones too. Would make a great large size print.
It is always great to hear from you. Indeed, we are planning to make some large prints.
Superb photography Kasia and Olaf! I love the black and white series; it always amazes me how black and white pictures can be so stunning. I do love The Palouse pictures and would love to visit that area….one of these days!
Thank you so much! When you are in the area please let us know.
Excellent coverage of an area I once knew well, back in film days. Looking forward to seeing more. This must be one of your first trips without the 56mm!
Thank you for your kind comment. The 56mm is a gem. However, this time we decided to take the XF 50-140 with us.