Flickr member Kuo Jui Lin posted this series of images of what look like fish farms and fishermen on the coast of South Korea (?) taken with a Ricoh GR and a Fuji X-Pro2.
My flickr contact Liping YANG posted this fantastic reflection on a waterway in Beijing, China.
Macricostas Preserve, Washington, Connecticut.
An old friend who hasn’t been on snowshoes in many years and I took a lap around this big field. What looked like a fast approaching storm ended up being nothing. Great to be out though and snowshoeing is a lot of fun.
This image is looking west, the next one is looking back this way from the other side of the field.
Next time we’ll go up the hill at the back of this image. My wife and I broke the trail up and over it a few days ago. The back-left of the hill is called “Waramaug Rock” and it looks out over Lake Waramaug which is about 3/4 mile to the left edge of this image.
This image is looking east, the previous one is looking back this way from the other side of the field.
Flickr member Flat Ivor took this great, almost panoramic image on a road in Peckforton Estate, Cheshire, UK with a Fuji X70.
My flickr contact Steve Makin posted this beautifully stark landscape taken in New Zealand.
My flickr contact Pete Huu posted this incredible image of lightning caught off the coast of southern Finland.
This is one of the most impressive images of lightning I’ve ever seen, very well done.
My flickr contact Vidar took this picture with a Leica M9. The lighting and fog are make for a great atmosphere.
My flickr contact John posted this fantastic image taken on the way to Bluebird Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park.
After being sick for a while I started hiking again by walking around this large grass-covered field at Macricostas Preserve, right down the road from us.
I’ve been hiking around this field for almost 20 years now (it used to be a corn field) and know it well. In a few places on the perimeter you can shoot it in a way that makes it look much larger than it actually is and this is one of those places.
First time I’ve stopped the X70 down to f/16 and I like the results.
Flickr member Enrok took this picture of a monastery tucked into a hill in Sicily with a Fuji X100S.