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September Weekend

This year's version of September has turned out to be a spectacular one, weather wise that is, at least here in Sweden. Pretty much the warmest and sunniest since... forever? That's global warming for you.

Nevertheless, we spent our saturday morning the best way possible (and I don't know why I don't do this more often nowadays) by going out for a nice and brisk morning exploration in the city. I live so close to the city centre and it is just a great experience to head out early before everyone else wakes up and just take in the city as it begins to wake up. I guess it's also something about getting a head start that just makes you feel good.

We walked around, shot a photo here and there and stopped sometimes to get warmed up by the fall sunshine. Went by a local market and enjoyed all of the goodies offered by local sellers. I mean, those are some beautiful colors right there. The best nature can offer, without a doubt. Simple things can make you so happy sometimes. In these kind of situations the X-Pro2 and Fujifilm equipment in general is very forgiving to use, as people are so positive about the cameras and they blend in naturally with all that is going around. Well I guess that is true for most situations actually now that I think about it. Been shooting Fuji now for four years, feels good! 

Anyway, enjoy these great colors and I hope you had a great weekend wherever you might be. More colors are sure to be in the upcoming posts as fall is progressing steadily. Cheers!

Lingonberries, Raspberries, tomatoes and chanterelles.

Shot on a Fujifilm X-Pro2 and XF 23 mm f/1.4