British Columbia has a lot to offer – stunning scenery, abundant wildlife, a high quality of life and friendly people.
Despite its many attributes, it wasn’t natural beauty and certainly not the quality of life that brought early settlers to this part of this world. It was gold!
Kasia and I recently went on a trip to the Cariboo region, driving along Highway 97, also known as the Gold Rush Trail. Like the early miners, we were there for adventure and mining for … great imagery. We travelled equipped with the Fuji X-T1 paired with the XF 14mm F2.8, XF 56mm F1.2 and X100S.
The trip took us from Vancouver to Hope, small but charming Ashcroft and Cache Creek. From there we drove north along Highway 97 through Clinton, 70 Mile House, 100 Mile House and 150 Mile House. Then we travelled further north to Williams Lake and Quesnel, from which we headed east toward the funky town of Wells and historic Barkerville.
We have a lot of material to share with you, including history titbits, travel tips and thoughts about the Fuji X-series cameras and lenses. You will also find some information about working with the X-trans sensor files. Here are just a few images to give you an idea of what’s to come. Watch this space.
This is NOT HDR. Courtesy of incredible dynamic range of the X-Trans Sensor.
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