When in Florence, Italy, make a beeline to Ditta Artiginale, where I enjoyed a couple of outstanding espressos featuring a satisfyingly bright Columbian single origin! The photo's from the new Fujifilm X-Pro3 and XF 23mm f2, of course in the Classic Negative film simulation. Check out loads more samples from the X-Pro3 in my review so far at cameralabs.com!
Portland. Hat mich gepackt. Werde irgendwann mal meine Koffer packen und Mount Hood mit meinem Hoodie besteigen. Portland, Oregon, ist ein spannendes Fleckchen Erde. Und btw ein guter Ort, um Bier zu trinken. Cheers.
The ecstatics of the gaucho were not so ecstatic. In a moment his dreams were iced cream dreams and they slithered into cerebral dithers whilst listening to Bill Withers. While there was not a vegan option, he was no longer intolerant or tolerating his political culinary preferences. Angst in his pants. Where did you learn that floss dance?End transmission I give thee permission.
This week our IG account is being taken over by Raj Sarkar (@street_raj), Fujifilm photographer from India.
Its Mother’s lap
Whether its a human or a small chick or it’s a bad situation or good , mother always come forward to rescue its child. It is certainly the safest place on the planet Earth where child feel safe and secured in all aspect. You can call this behaviour as trust also. Child believe that even in most worst situation mother will never leave us alone.
X-E2 + XF23mm f/2
This week our IG account is being taken over by Jean-Mathieu Saponaro (@jm.saponaro), French Fujifilm photographer and data engineer.
“Surfin’ the Sunset”
I’ve always been a huge fan of surf photography. That photo was the very last one I captured before leaving the French Atlantic coast. That dog running was simply following his human who was surfing. The dog could recognize him among all the surfers in the horizon. It was touching because the dog seemed actually worried about the surfer. That photo is part of my series “A Place in the Sun”.