Photographs by Frank

29 January 2021

Random Photographs

Filed under: Landscapes,Misc.,Monadnock Region — Frank @ 9:30 PM

Cold*… snowy… drab… gray.

A pretty apt description of January. My photography slows down this time every year, but still I try. These days the little Fuji I bought about a month ago goes with me whenever I leave the premises.

Learning to see wide-angle compositions** has been interesting and fun.

These photographs were all made with the Fuji over the past ten days.

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Snow Memorial
Snow Memorial
Untiled (Tree and Sky)
Untiled (Tree and Sky)
Harrisville Reflection
Harrisville Reflection
A Short Story
A Short Story
Lakeshore Landscape #1
Lakeshore Landscape #1
Lakeshore Landscape #2
Lakeshore Landscape #2
Lakeshore Landscape #3
Lakeshore Landscape #3
Untitled
Untitled
Road Side Oddity #205
Road Side Oddity #205
Snowy Trrees
Snowy Trrees

* The temperature is 5 degrees F as I write this. The high today was 12. More typically over the past several weeks, the highs have been in the low 20s and the lows around 10 or 12 degrees F.

** Remember the Fuji X100F has a 22 mm (35 mm in “full frame” terms) lens that can not be removed.

1 Comment

  1. So, your * and ** are there to make us take it easy on you? No chance 🙂

    Getting out with a camera is the important thing. I have been planning a weekly excursion with mine in tow but stopped when the wind chill hovered around the minus mark! Good time to read up on saved articles and find lost files.

    Your Fuji will make you think differently when shooting as your composition has to fit within the confines of your fixed lens.

    Bonus points for getting out there!

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 30 January 2021 @ 7:32 AM

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