Tagged: Efteling

The Month Of February in 15 Photos

February has almost come to an end and quite a lot has happened again. We celebrated Iván’s 3rd birthday. We had Katja and Maya from Germany visiting us for a couple of days. We had another trip to the Efteling finally. The weather brought us snow but also sunshine. And we even managed to squeeze in a little bit of carnaval festivities.

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A Few Shots From our Last Efteling Visit.

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We still had some tickets left for another visit to the Efteling and it would be a waste not to use them. So two weeks ago we were back at the Efteling for another visit. It was a pretty busy day with longer queues at the rides as a result. But we were in no hurry and there’s plenty to see and do for which you don’t have to queue.

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Winter Wonderland

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First post of the year 2015 on this blog! We’re one month on the way and I hope everybody is doing great! Winter has arrived and some real snow has actually fallen this winter.

To celebrate our anniversary me and Adri had a weekend to ourselves. Having slept in a castle (Ter Worm) we woke up the next morning in a landscape covered with snow. Since the temperature had dropped quite a bit we figured we better skip a city trip and visit the Efteling instead (and continue the fairy tale). Making this post somewhat an extension of the last one. 🙂

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Fairy Tales And Such (Plus a Wide Conversion Lens)

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A quick blog post about my first impressions using the WCL-X100. The WCL-X100 is a wide conversion lens for the FUJIFILM X100 (and up). Since the return of our trip to Paris I added it to my wishlist in the hope of getting it one day. Not knowing my wish would come true that fast. Adri got me the converter as a birthday present (and it wasn’t even my birthday yet!). This way I could use the converter already during our visit to the Efteling.

The WCL-X100 gives you a 28mm equivalant view and attaches directly on to the camera. This can easily be done by simply removing the front ring (or adapter ring and lens hood). The converter comes with a lens pouch and front and rear lens caps. It matches the quality of the X100S and integrates perfectly with the camera. It looks fantastic as it uses the same materials, textures and colors as the existing X100. I wanted the black version instead of the silver one. Just for kicks. 🙂

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