Photo Walk in Williams
Fuji X100 | 1/480 sec, f/7.1, ISO 800
Blogging from the car again! These are images from the beginning of our road trip, taken during a stop over in Williams, a quaint little town about 45 minutes from the Grand Canyon. There were so many interesting things to see downtown that the wife and I woke up earlier than the rest of the group for a quick photo walk:
Fuji X100 | 1/220 sec, f/4.5, ISO 400
Classic gas station with not-so-classic prices.
Fuji X100 | 1/450 sec, f/6.4, ISO 800
Fuji X100 | 1/210 sec, f/3.6, ISO 200
Fuji X100 |1/480 sec, f/6.4, ISO 800
Fuji X100 | 1/280 sec, f/5, ISO 800
Fuji X100 | 1/600 sec, f/8, ISO 800
I love the way the X100 renders blue skies. This is the Astia film simulation preset, which has become my film mode of choice when shooting JPEG.
Fuji X100 | 1/240 sec, f/4.5, ISO 200
Fuji X100 | 1/240 sec, f/4, ISO 400
Fuji X100 | 1/280 sec, f/4.5, ISO 400
Williams was cool!
Last night was our final night in Arizona. Yesterday we hit up Tombstone and Kartchner Caverns (AMAZING PLACE! No photography allowed…poo). As the sun set, we spent time taking a look at the local cacti. Not your garden variety cacti either. The tall Saguaro cactus is a huge goliath that can weigh up to 8 tons!
Fuji X100 | 1/280 sec, f/4.5, ISO 200
Fuji X100 | 1/320 sec, f/5, ISO 400
Fuji X100 | 1/110 sec, f/4, ISO 200
Fuji X100 | 1/680 sec, f/2, ISO 200
And here I am now. It’s a long drive home!