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Glenoe – revisited with the X-E1

Six months ago I bought a Fuji X-E1 which has been a lot of fun to use. There’s no need to carry a rucksack when I go to shoot landscapes, I simply take the X-E1 and the recently acquired Fuji 14mm f2.8 lens.

Over the last week I’ve been out a number of times to visit one of my favourite locations which is 15 minutes away from home.

These are a few photographs of the lovely autumnal colours at Glenoe:

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There is much more to explore around Glenoe Waterfall than the main waterfall, there are other paths which lead you to other smaller falls:

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Some of my favourite shots of Glenoe Waterfall are here, these were all shot with a Nikon D300

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