I've just returned from a trip to Canada which we took to celebrate my birthday and to re-visit one of my favourite places - Banff National Park. Needless to say, it was cold and there was plenty of snow. The light was fantastic and the trip presented many photo opportunities. In some respects, the light was so good that it was difficult not to take good shots although there were issues with the reflected brightness of the snow. I used my Fujifilm X100T exclusively for this trip. It has an inbuilt ND (Neutral Density) filter which l used to restrict the amount of light getting through to the sensor. This did help to get the correct exposure when the light was very bright. I've include a few new images in the "Winter" file on this site.
All in all, l continue to be very happy with the performance of the X100T. It was an ideal travelling companion, being lightweight and high quality.
Am l glad to be home? Not really, but l might be if the forecast snow arrives here!