Old MTL – In The Light

PT.1 – Some daytime images from a recent photo excursion to Montreal. For this trip, I decided to pick up a smaller camera to take with me instead of lugging around my DSLR and lenses. After some research and testing, I settled on the wonderfully compact Fuji X20. I was originally leaning towards the Fuji X-E2 or perhaps something from the Sony NEX series, but ultimately decided that another interchangeable lens system sort of defeated the purpose. And I couldn’t be happier with the decision. The funky, retro-rangefinder styling coupled with a fast lens and great image quality is the perfect marriage of form and function for my needs. I’m not a big fan of the camera on my current phone (mostly because of a lack of control), but the X20 is small enough that it now comes with me wherever I go.

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Days of Old

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Above the Depanneur

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City Hall w/ Ukrainian Flag

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Old Stone Courtyard

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Layers of Age

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Age=Beauty

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Cold Day in the Old Port

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Morphing Trees

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Robocop?

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Seawalls and Grain Siphons

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Tight Squeeze between Port & Starboard

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Rusty Anchor

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Reflections of Bonsecours

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Five Roses

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