Wildfire Light

Fujifilm x100f - f/4, 1/2000 sec, ISO 200 - Fuji Vivid Profile, edited in Adobe Lightrom

The mountains in North California and South Oregon are mired in smoke from the biggest wildfires in Californian history right now. It's super surreal, a looming threat ever present in the thickened air, and it does crazy, eerily beautiful things to the light, especially at the top of Mount Ashland, where I took this shot. 

Mexico City - The Centre Of The Universe

There's so much to say about Mexico City but the only one that really matters is this; you simply have to go! It had everything - stunning vistas, friendly people, incredible food at super low prices, a fascinating and complex history spanning a thousand years, great museums (Frida Kahlo!), incredible parks, lots of very well behaved dogs. It was so cool and I can't wait to go back.

Sony RX100M3 - f/2.8, 1/125 sec, ISO 125 - edited in Adobe Lightroom

Sony RX100M3 - f/2.8, 1/125 sec, ISO 125 - edited in Adobe Lightroom

  Pixel 2 Panorama - View from the Castillo de Chapultepec

Pixel 2 Panorama - View from the Castillo de Chapultepec

Haze

Window seats > Aisle seats. This one was taken just north of Los Angeles, on the way up to Oakland.

I've monkeyed around with the colours a touch on this one to give an impression of how I remember the sunsets in California.

Fujifilm x100f - f4, 1/105s, ISO 200 - Fuji Vivid profile