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Chief Mountain - Glacier National Park with X-T1

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A lanscape in the city...

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X-T3 with 50-140 +1.4 converter.

Someplace in Northern Iceland.

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X-T20 & Fujinon XF 8-16

"Forest creatures"

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X-T20 & Fujinon XF 8-16

360º panorama in Costa Quebrada, Spain.

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Lake Garda, X-T3, XC 15-50mm

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XE3 with Lensbaby Obscura 16.

I like the painterly look with Classic Chrome.

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Sunrise From Draper, Utah. X-E3, 15-45PZ.

 

 

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Birdhouse In Stormy woods, X-P2, 18mm F1.4.

 

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Driftwood Beach Waldport, OR, X-H2S, 8-16F2.8.

 

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Beautiful day at Greenridge State Forest in MD.

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For Memorial Day........near Confederate Dr. in Gettysburg.  A lot of people there, managed a couple of shots.

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trying out a new (used) 16mm 1.4..........the sky was pretty wild here in MD with the wildfire smoke setting in.

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Hiking the Heceta Head Trail to the lighthouse on a foggy Oregon Coast morning. X-P1, 16mm F2.8.

 

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I love using the Acros sim to guide my RAW editing. After using 20-22 MP Canon RAW's for years, it's interesting/fun to have all the latitude in these 40MP Fuji files.  Yellowstone National Park by the way. 

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Taken with the XT30. A shot of the tramway at the top of the cliffs as Saltburn on the Sea in North Yorkshire, Wngland

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Sweet Creek Falls one of ten, Mapleton, Oregon. X-H1, Viltrox 13mm F1.4.

 

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Playing around in Capture One, thought it was a cool looking tree, bald eagle on top. XT5, 16-80, I believe this was 16mm, F16.

 

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King Tide roller Depoe Bay, OR. X-H1, Fuji 70-300.

 

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Another round in the ongoing struggle between tree and rock.

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