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A few pictures of Elsass

 

DSCF7229 by Christophe Branchereau, on Flickr

 

DSCF7100 by Christophe Branchereau, on Flickr

 

DSCF7139 by Christophe Branchereau, on Flickr

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X-T1, 16-55/2.8 and formatt hitech nd filter

 

check out my blogpost about the krka national park in croatia

http://www.patrickpapesch.com/croatia-krka-national-park/

 

 

 

 

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check out my blogpost about the krka national park in croatia

http://www.patrickpapesch.com/croatia-krka-national-park/

 

 

I like this one.  I just got back from Krka and read your post.  It's interesting how different our shots turned out, I wish I had more time in Krka and Plitvice

 

 Issyk-Kol lake, Kyrgyzstan: early morning (XP-1 + Jupiter 37A)

I haven't seen another KG based Fuji shooter while living here.  We should go shoot sometime.

 

Fuji X is great for landscape. Don't let all the megapixels guys fool you. I get very acceptable 20x30 prints from my XT-1 - such as this... with 18-55mm @ ISO 200.

This is great

 

A 6 shot vertical stitched pano of the Sunrise area of Mt. Rainier National Park in Washington State taken on 6/29/15

 

 

Nice pano, I miss Rainier a lot!

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Blue mountains, Chiemsee, Germany
X-T1 with 18-55mm

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Hello everyone,

I'm new to this community but have been a long time reader of Fujirrumor, and been using Fuji X system since 2 years. I started with the fuji X100, and switched a few months ago to X-pro1 due to the steal of my X100 (among other things).

Anyway, this is one of my favourite shots made last year in Iceland with an X100.

 

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X pro 1 + XF 10-24mm f4.0

 

 

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