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Driving around Europe | Karim Haddad

Driving around Europe | Karim Haddad | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it

It’s hard to believe that I flew back to Miami from Europe more than two months ago. It was after a relatively short roadtrip that took us to three different countries – Holland, Belgium and Germany. If I didn’t have to wait three days for my luggage to arrive from Libya, we probably would have gotten to France as well. I flew into Amsterdam (via Istanbul) and I had to take a train to Leiden. I was there to visit an old friend of mine who is like a brother. Luckily, it wasn’t too far and well worth the trip. I needed to buy clothes and a toothbrush, but at least I had my camera with me and a few lenses......

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Düsseldorf | Nicolas Lambert

Düsseldorf | Nicolas Lambert | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it


Petite visite rapide de Düsseldorf. Le Fuji X Pro 1 m’a accompagné pour quelques clichés.

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Fuji in Europe - Street photography in Nuremberg | Maciek Sokulski

Fuji in Europe - Street photography in Nuremberg | Maciek Sokulski | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it

The streets in Europe are always full of people.  I guess mostly because they are designed for walking, with wide sidewalks, and easy access to shops and restaurants.  Unlike the city of Edmonton for example, and I would imagine most North American cities.  I can walk my neighborhood, and see maybe 1 or 2 people every couple of hours.  It’s silly.  So naturally Europe lends itself to street photography a lot more than North America.  It’s a lot easier to sit down in an outdoor cafe, and just point the camera at something interesting.  This was exactly what happened. Walked around the streets of Nuremberg, doing a bit of last minute shopping, and sat down at the cafe, had some cappuccino, and just pointed the camera.  Simple easy and quite rewarding.  No wonder, that a very cool street photographer Valerie Jardin offers street photography workshops in Europe, among other interesting places.......

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Autumn in Germany | Thomas Menk

Autumn in Germany  | Thomas Menk | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it


... the last beautiful days of autumn with the X-Pro1

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