It was great to see some of the images I made when kayaking in Sweden last summer featured in Twenty6 Travel - this was a personal trip, escaping the pace of London (and a recovery from a full on few days at Glastonbury the week before) that really opened my eyes to how beautiful the Swedish Fjords are.
Having spent 48 hours in Stockholm, we traveled to the coast of the Fjords by train, and then kayaked for 4 days. Staying on the many little islands in a tent, making meals on our camping stove and trying to avoid the infuriating mosquitoes.
Taking just the new Fuji X-Pro2 with me, I had to do my best to keep it from getting wet in the kayak in a dry bag, and found it was the perfect camera for a travel story like this. It's colour reproduction is beautiful, the small compact kit meant that it didn't take up too much space in the kayak, and the images it made perfectly capture the waterways of the fjords. It's amazing just how calm the water was and this was the open sea.
Check out the link below to see the feature on Twenty6 travel, and the gallery below with some of my favourite pictures .