Tag Archives: FujiFilm X100T

I  never get tired of sunsets (actually just after sunset) on the beach.  The hues and shades of a vast sky as it progresses from the bright blue of late afternoon to the dark orange and magenta of dusk.   I am not alone in my admiration of this daily exercise.  All one has to do is survey the size of the crowd that arrives at the beach 20 minutes before a sunset.  The colors of sunset work very well with the reflective qualities...
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Unlike previous weeks this winter we were treating to a week of traditional winter weather on Long Island.  Mid-week featured a blizzard and 15 inches of heavy snow.  I decided one evening to take my Fujifilm X100t rangefinder camera to a local beach.  My goal was to find a combination of snow, sand, ocean, fences, ice, leading lines all basking in afternoon light.  Finding everything I wanted was a little more difficult than I organically expected.  The photo below is an example...
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One does not often find many photo opportunities in their car speeding down Interstate 95 in Connecticut on the way to Long Island, NY.  Recently while attending a graduation party in Connecticut we decided to take the Bridgeport, CT to Port Jefferson Ferry across the Long Island Sound.  It was a beautiful spring day and we would be taking the ferry at 7:00 PM providing us with a sunset cruise.  Armed with my FujiFilm X100T from the graduation party I was able...
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