Back in May my good photographer friend Che and myself decided to go camping, it rained, a lot, and we decided a campsite on the coast was the best idea.
We headed over to West Wales and to the fantastic Pembroke coast, set up camp then headed out to scout out a local beach which we had heard would be good for a spot of photography, the weather was dull and overcast so we only stayed for a bit before heading back to the camp and awaited low tide and hopefully a clearing in the weather.
Then the rain set in, hard. Sat in the porch of our tent admiring our rapidly disappearing view while trying to cook a bit of food we were wondering if we had miscalculated our trip, but we waited. Sunset then came round and the clouds cleared, as such we rushed back down to the beach and took advantage of our small window and shot away.
I used the X100 mainly with the Wide Conversion Lens and played around with some long exposures of the sea. Every time I take the X100 out for a trip it always reminds me of just how good this little old camera is, I'm sure the top of the line ones would perform that mush better but at the end of the day this camera is solid and always will be.
That's it for this week, here are the shots form the trip, enjoy.