In what will probably be a bit of a recurring theme over the next month or so I thought I'd kick things of with a few images from this past weekend of Autumn colours starting to turn in Glenariff Forest Park in Northern Ireland. 

The monthly photography walk, which I organise, was held here as I was hoping to catch colours at their height for the participants and while things probably need about another week or to really pop, it was still a very enjoyable day out. The waterfall trail is spectacular with the potential to see Red Squirrels as well. 

I normally don't shoot too much when I'm leading the photo walks as I like to be on hand to give advice when needed, however as part of the tuition I had a few images which I thought I'd share here.  

I was actually shooting jpeg only on the day and it reminds me again just how beautiful the jepgs are on the Fujifilm cameras. These were taken with the XT1 along with the 18-135mm lens.