My Flickr contact fred min shot this amazing closeup of a dandelion which has just shed its seed pods in the wind. Shot with a Fuji X-T1.
My flickr contact Nicolas Cazard posted this great image of his daughter (I think) and a seagull on the southern coast of Spain. Taken with his Fuji X-T1. Incredible timing, beautifully framed.
My flickr contact John Penoyar took this terrific reflection in a puddle. I believe this is flipped although I’m not absolutely sure.
My flickr contact Gediminas Karbauskis took this fantastic shot of a man looking at what seems to be his smartphone on a balcony of a museum in Antwerp, Belgium. Taken with his Fuji XT-1.
Incredible control of light and exposure.
Flickr member Gediminas Karbauskis took this dramatic wide angle shot of the Ko-Bogen building in Dusseldorf, Germany with his Fuji X-T1 and a wide angle lens.
Flickr member Howard White took this dreamy landscape In the woods near Soest, Netherlands.
My flickr contact Peter Meijer shot this in the Netherlands with a Fuji X-T1.
Flickr member Gary Cheeseman posted a great series of images of Katie and her birthday cake. I’m posting just the first and last one’s here, there are many more in between as Katie gets into her cake. Taken with a Fuji X-T1.
Flickr member Nomad Today posted this terrific night exposure looking up at high-rise apartment buildings in Hong Kong. Taken with his Fuji X-T1.
Note this was a 58 second exposure at f/11 so a tripod was no doubt used and I’m pretty sure that camera has an articulating LCD viewer and it was probably useful for this.
My flickr contact Berkan Byktmbk took this terrific overhead image of two people walking in the rain under an umbrella with a great cobblestone pattern on the street as a backdrop. Taken with a Fuji X-T1