It's a rather liberating experience owning the Fuji X100, simply put this little camera can be everything you need and it amazes me how many times I choose to take just this single piece of gear just how truly happy it makes me to use it.
I headed up to a local waterfall known as 'Water-Break-it's-Neck', a rather odd name I know but a great location and pretty big fall for the UK plus it's surround by high rocks and moss covered trees, great stuff.
This trip was a little wetter than planned with rain all day, umbrella in hand I got to work, the one advantage of the poor weather is that there is a lot of water in the stream but also everything has a different look when wet and it's own character that you just don't get on a warm sunny day. This is always reassuring as looking out the window on a rainy day one can be tempted to give it a miss and stay inside but there is always something to photograph, even in less than ideal conditions.
This whole post was shot on the Fuji X100, which compared to my companions bags of gear and tripods I was super glad I brought. Next move Fuji; Make a weather sealed X100, you'll sell them by the bucket load.
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