No doubt about it, my photography has changed quite a lot in the past 12 months. These days I'd rather search out little pockets of intimate detail in the landscape rather than shoot wide for the grand view. 

This has meant that my Fujifilm 10-24 doesn't get too much usage, which is a shame as it's an absolutely stellar lens. 

The other night a bit of driftwood had washed up on the beach outside our flat so I decided to head down to see what could be made of it. I only took the XT1 + 10-24 with me as I wanted to force myself to use the wider focal length. 

As the tide slipped back out again some beautiful patterns were revealed, further enhanced by the warm tones of the setting sun. 

Of course I still had to look for some intimate details, even with the 10-24, and certainly came away with a few that I'm rather pleased with, but those will have to wait for another blog post. 

For now it's time to point our camera into the setting sun. 

Fuji XT1 + 10-24 (10mm, ISO 200, f16, 1/105 second )

Fuji XT1 + 10-24 (10mm, ISO 200, f16, 1/105 second )