Tuesday, 16 December 2014

Fuji'ing in Europe- Part 2: Glasgow.

Glasgow was an exceptional experience, my first visit to UK.
Looking at the flight schedule with dad at the turkish airport.
Shot from the hip at the airport. Though the shutter sound isnt as quiet as the leaf shutter of the x100s, its still discrete.
Reached heathrow airport, waiting for our flight to Glasgow.
Heathrow Airport.
On the airport shuttle.
Heathrow Airport. Again, a fantastic camera in such situations.
Glasgow University.
The arches of Glasgow University were beautiful.
Rally for independence at Glasgow,UK.
Rally for independence at Glasgow,UK.
Rally for independence at Glasgow,UK.
Rally for independence at Glasgow,UK.
Selfie in Glasgow where the light was brilliant.
Kelvingrove museum, Glasgow. The light was just stellar. Again, the kids were at ease with such a small & friendly camera.
The 18 f/2 is brilliant in such situations, and getting perfect exposure is never difficult. And the EVF really helps here, showing you exactly what you get.
A journey of life, brilliant colors from the camera itself.
Another one from the kelvimgrove park, with beautiful autumn colors.
Glasgow, UK.
Kelvingrove museum. The zeiss 12 f/2.8 is fantastic for such indoor use.
Another one from the zeiss 12mm.
Possibly the most beautiful afternoon in Glasgow. This was right beside our conference center, SECC.
Kept waiting with the elements for somebody to walk into the frame.
Another one from the hip as we were waitijng at the Glasgow central station.
From Glasgow to Newcastle via train, the landscape was beautiful.

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