Streets of Edinburgh with my Fuji X-Pro1

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One day in Edinburgh.... that's it... one day.  It's a big city, with many many things to see.  We decided to stick to the tourist part, and walk the Royal Mile, which goes from the Edinburgh Castle to the Holyrood Palace, which is where the Queen of England lives when she visits.  I have to say, this walk made an impression.  Yes there are tons of people... tons.  Mostly tourists, judging from the cameras... which is another interesting point.  Point and shoots are a dying breed.  Almost every one had some sort of a DSLR with them.  I fell sad for them.  All that heavy equipment, and me with a bag full of lenses and a camera, and I didn't feel a thing.  I'm sure if I had my DSLR I would be ready to dump it into the nearest trash, after walking around for 8 hours.  Fuji X-Pro1 was just perfect for this.  I think this is when the camera finally won me over completely.  Also shooting with it constantly, I started to recognize it quirks and adapt my shooting style.  Here are some of the shots from that day.... Enjoy! edinburgh scotland sunrise

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