These two photos don’t have much in common except that they are both somewhat related to water. The first photo is a painting of a fish on a wall that looks very out of place near a tree. The bridge in the second photo goes over water. That’s it.
Some of the alleys in the village of Anmok have been painted with scenes from the sea. It makes a nice change from the usual miserable grey breeze blocks and concrete. The Nikon D810 did a nice job with the colours, but it doesn’t have the Fujifilm magic. I think I made this photo the day before I received my X-T3.
I stood at the end of this pedestrian bridge and waited for interesting people to come to me. I’m not sure how interesting these people are, but they are all well-placed within the frame. I wonder why that child is crying. I made this photo with the X-T3 perhaps the day after I got it, and I was very excited to have a camera that does square format. But I do miss the 5:4 format of the D810 . . . . No pleasing some people . . . .