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    Storm Watching

    Difficult conditions for photography this evening with the weekend storm already starting to build. I had planned some large wide angle scenics but realized that both of my X-T1 batteries were dead and had no time to charge them. Used the Fuji X100S instead and it worked well even after sunset with little light left in the sky.

    Fuji X100S


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    Back Alley

    Always fun to look for wet pavement after a day of rain. This little alley in downtown Courtenay is usually good, and even though I’ve photographed it numerous times I’ll often find a new composition when I visit.

    Fuji X100S, VSCO Kodak Royal Gold 400 - tungsten


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    5th Street

    A little late getting to the my shoot of the day so thought I’d take advantage of the wet pavement to do some long exposure night photography on 5th Street in downtown Courtenay. Tried a couple of different angles to get the best light trails, shooting up towards the lights of downtown seemed to be the best way to got tonight.

    Fuji X-T1, VSCO Kodak Royal Gold 400 - Tungsten


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