Back in the Spring I visited Italy with the family. It was my first big trip DSLR-free, traveling just with the Fuji X-T1 and X100s. It was so pleasant not lugging around heavy gear all trip. I didn’t get hardly any dedicated photography time this trip, with most images taken quickly on the go. A lot of the street photography images were even shot “from the hip”. We visited Venice, Montepulciano (and some nearby Tuscan countryside), and Rome. The trip was too short by half, but it whet the appetite and I anxiously await visiting the country again in the future.
One thing I loved about travel with the X-T1 was the built-in Wi-Fi. I could convert an image to jpeg, then quickly transfer to my phone and post to social media.
Prints, Full-screen slideshow and higher resolution versions at http://gallery.rodneyboles.com/italy.