22 Oct Osaka Sunset

Source: Little Big Travelling Camera

FUJIFILM X-Pro2 (23mm, f/5.6, 1/850 sec, ISO200)

Expect the unexpected. Always!

When I flew to Japan for the first time this September the weather forecast was so poor that decided to spend most of the time on my arrival day indoors. My plane landed in the morning but it was close to lunch time when I was ready to leave the hotel again. After a great Sashimi lunch at Osaka station and some time in the biggest camera store I have ever seen I went to see the famous Osaka Aquarium. All this will be covered here in separate posts soon but now it’s sunset time.

FUJIFILM X-Pro2 (14mm, f/8, 1/80 sec, ISO200)

It was poor luck that I saw it. I was late for the Aquarium because I spent so much time in the Yodobashi Camera store. And because I spent so much time in the Aquarium it was close to sunset when I left it.

I was tired and exhausted from the long flight but I decided to stay because I just love sunsets and nothing beats a sunset at the sea. Especially if you don’t expect to see one. It’s a completely different story when you are on a vacation in California where the sunset at the beach becomes a daily ritual. I expected grey and rainy days. I didn’t see that coming so I didn’t pack any zooms when I went to Japan. And because I left the 56mm lens in my hotel room the Fuji XF 14/2.8

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