Bull’s Bridge, Connecticut.
We were hiking back to the car on the Appalachian Trail and I noticed the light was hitting the tops of these white pines making a nice contrast in their upper branches. And, truthfully, I was looking for any excuse to use the articulating LCD on the Fuji X70 to shoot up without straining my neck.
I continue to enjoy using the X70 and while I’m not as familiar with it as the Ricoh GR, I know with more use it will fall into the background like the GR has so I can think about what I want to shoot rather than how to control it.
The files created by the X70 are excellent and while I’d prefer to be working on RAWs in Lightroom the JPEGs coming out of this camera are amazingly good and easy to work with.