It’s full on winter in the Netherlands and we have had a few days of frost now. And yes: I do know that there are a lot of places in the world where will be far, far colder, but at a mere -6 degrees for a few days the Netherlands turn into a fairytale like scene with beautiful white trees…
It’s been a month since I really did some photography (not really counting the few photos I took of the World Press Photo exposition). Coming back sick from vacation, dark nights and working in daytime and editing a huge amount of vacation-photos didn’t make me reach out to my camera immediately. However after a month I figured it was about time again. Also it was high time for a bit of hiking again!
Finally I made some time to start a bit of proper testing of the new Fujifilm 18-135 lens, as the vacation is gettin closer and closer… Here a shot of the tower of the Nieuwe Kerk church in Groningen:
A sunset while riding my new Bianchi through Drenthe. I simply had to stop and capture the view.
After an initial short bit of photography in a short round last evening, I took the camera for a longer walk this afternoon. What started with a lot of sun, quickly became a bit of rain. But as the X-Pro2 is weatherproof, I went on. The rain gave up quickly then.