I see quite a lot of mature age people using smartphones. Not much difference between them and the younger generation. Using the Fujifilm XPRO2 & Fujinon 23mm f/2 Lens
A quiet morning walk. Can not get much more relaxing than this. Fujifilm XPRO2, Fujinon 23mm f/2 Lens. Playing with look using Lightroom Mobil & Snapseed.
Testing out my new toy on the XPRO-2. On my afternoon walk I tried out the Fujinon 23mm f/2 Lens ( just arrived today ). This image is taken from the Urunga Boardwalk looking inland instead of the usual ocean views. First impression is that it suits my style of shooting and will be staying on the XPRO-2 for a while 💥💥🙏🙏
The school holidays are almost over and it’s starting to become peaceful again. Not to many tourists. Fujifilm xpro2, fujinon 27mm lens
Quiet morning at the Coffs Harbour Thursday morning markets. Using the xpro2 and the 18mm lens.
Playing with different looks, something different. Taken at Fernmount, Bellingen with the Fujifilm XT1 & 18-55 mm Lens
A cold Ebor morning. This old building has seen better times.
An old railway carriage, probably has a lot of history. If only it could talk
Tea on a cold & wet Saturday Morning #hydebellingen
Surf of a crisp winters day as sun goes down. Urunga NSW AUST.
A different view from the Urunga Boardwalk. Most people take images of the other side ( River and Ocean ).
Sunset 🌅 Urunga Boardwalk, hard to beat this type of late light.
After the storms, rough seas at Hungry Head Beach 🌊 🏄🏻♀️⛵️
Boat on Kalang River near Urunga. Dusk closing in. Fujifilm XT1 + Fujinon 18mm XF Lens
The Boathouse ” Punting in the Park ” Avon River Christchurch NZ. Great fujifilm colors 😎😎🙏
What’s behind No 35 in Paddington Aust
A garden in Paddington ( Sydney ) needing some TLC #fujifilmxe2 #fujinon27mm
Skyline, Really into taking images of the Sydney Skyline #sydney #sydneyskyline #skyline #greatcity #blackandwhite #fujifilmxe2 #fujinon1855 #failed_hippy
Woolloomooloo, sleeping in luxury in just about the dead centre of one of the great cities of the world. 😥😥😥
Woolloomooloo you can not get much closer to the heart of Sydney