Down just a wee bit today, probably quite random.
Having given up on the Fitbit Zip, which seems determined not to count anything, I’ve got something slightly different – a Fitbit Flex, which just about fits on my quite large wrist. It’s only been there since about 2pm, so the step count isn’t complete, but at least it seems to be working. It can also do other things, such as track my sleep, so long as I remember to press it before falling asleep and pressing it again when I wake up. Apparently. We shall see if my fragile little brain can manage that. More about the device later, probably.
Today’s photo is a slightly different angle on the Millennium Bridge, which I took by holding the X-E1 above the glass barrier on the Baltic’s viewing platform. I had to rotate and crop, but it’s a shot I’d never have even attempted with the Canon 5D Mk III, and another reminder of how much more fun the Fujifilm cameras are.
Shutter speed: 1/480s
Focal length: 18mm
Taken: 9 November, 2013