Armed with the Fuji XT20, I set out to explore the little town of Whitefish, Montana. Let me tell you, this place is idyllic. Such a cute, vibrant downtown, tucked in at the base of a gorgeous ski mountain, on the shore of a beautiful lake… I mean seriously, what else could you ask for?
The first placed on my list to check out was the railway station, and it did not disappoint.
The place was nearly deserted while I was there, and I happily poked around with my camera. I felt the old freedom of spending time just seeing. Looking at my surroundings, finding some fun ways to capture it. It’s been a long time since I felt that.
Happily, I not only enjoyed taking these photos, I enjoyed processing them too! I decided to sit down and edit after a couple of weeks of avoiding looking at them. I fired up the old Lightroom, and started sifting through the VSCO films I might want to use… pleasantly surprised by what I saw. These were fun photos… that I didn’t hate!
I’m trying to find my eye again… while making memories.