Jeez... it's been too long between posts, and this is just one of about six posts or more that I need to get going since moving to the U.K. As you can expect, we've been traveling as much as we can (time and finances dependent) given our proximity to so many amazing places in relative arms reach, and after hearing how epic the Lake District was meant to be we set off with some friends during the early spring for a long weekend away.
For this trip I packed the ever awesome X-T2, along with the battery grip, XF16mm and the XF50-140 for that compressed landscape imagery. I'm not gonna rant on how much I love my Fujifilm kit, you know I do and the X-T2 has been an incredible travel and work companion on numerous occasions. To me it's become an almost 'modular' camera system with how you can adapt the kit to suit certain needs, whether it's street shooting, professional wedding photography, or getting out into the wilderness. When it comes to the streets its lean as with the XF35mm, and when I need beef the added battery grip and the XF50-140mm are a high performance combo.
Ok... I ranted. On to the snaps.
Peace - Mathieu