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  • What special bond links Lofoten to Italy? I’ll tell you...
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Fishing is one of the main reasons why people live in Lofoten. In fact, all over the archipelago you’ll find numerous small fishing villages, most of which are painted red because it was once the cheapest colour to produce.
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Every year some 40 million kilos of codfish are caught, most of which is dried and exported to Italy. Why Italy? Well, we have to go back a few hundreds years to understand why.
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It all started with Pietro Querini, an Italian sea captain from the Venice who in 1432 was shipwrecked in Røst, a small island in Lofoten. While recuperating on the island, Querini discovered codfish which he called ‘stocfisi’ (Tørrfisk in Norwegian), which dominated the local economy and was air- and wind-dried until it became “as hard as wood”.
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When Querini left for Venice four months later, he took 60 sticks of air-dried cod with him. The Venetians were not particularly impressed, though: there was plenty of local lagoon fish to eat and leathery Norwegian cod didn’t have quite the same appeal.
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When Querini eventually returned to Venice, he took 60 sticks of air-dried cod with him and wrote a report of his travels. Querini is famed for having popularised Stockfish, particularly codfish, in the Veneto region where it is prepared as Bacalà alla Vicentina.
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Wondering how I capture such beautiful photos? For the past 2 years I’ve been using Fujifilm and it’s fair to say I’m huge fan. So, I was beyond excited to be able to get my hands on the brand spanking new Fujifilm X-T30 ahead of its official release and play around with it during my trip to Norway.
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The Fujifilm X-T30 is a compact and lightweight camera perfect for travellers like me wanting to take epic landscapes shots on the go. The Fujifilm X-T30 is officially available from today, so if you want to take high image quality photos or shoot smooth 4K video on your next trip, head over to @fujifilmx_uk for more details. Stay tuned for more photos!
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#FujifilmX_UK #FujifilmXT30 #xseries #XT30 #FUJIFILMXT30 #fujifilmme #repostmyfujifilm
  • What special bond links Lofoten to Italy? I’ll tell you...

    Fishing is one of the main reasons why people live in Lofoten. In fact, all over the archipelago you’ll find numerous small fishing villages, most of which are painted red because it was once the cheapest colour to produce.

    Every year some 40 million kilos of codfish are caught, most of which is dried and exported to Italy. Why Italy? Well, we have to go back a few hundreds years to understand why.

    It all started with Pietro Querini, an Italian sea captain from the Venice who in 1432 was shipwrecked in Røst, a small island in Lofoten. While recuperating on the island, Querini discovered codfish which he called ‘stocfisi’ (Tørrfisk in Norwegian), which dominated the local economy and was air- and wind-dried until it became “as hard as wood”.

    When Querini left for Venice four months later, he took 60 sticks of air-dried cod with him. The Venetians were not particularly impressed, though: there was plenty of local lagoon fish to eat and leathery Norwegian cod didn’t have quite the same appeal.

    When Querini eventually returned to Venice, he took 60 sticks of air-dried cod with him and wrote a report of his travels. Querini is famed for having popularised Stockfish, particularly codfish, in the Veneto region where it is prepared as Bacalà alla Vicentina.

    Wondering how I capture such beautiful photos? For the past 2 years I’ve been using Fujifilm and it’s fair to say I’m huge fan. So, I was beyond excited to be able to get my hands on the brand spanking new Fujifilm X-T30 ahead of its official release and play around with it during my trip to Norway.

    The Fujifilm X-T30 is a compact and lightweight camera perfect for travellers like me wanting to take epic landscapes shots on the go. The Fujifilm X-T30 is officially available from today, so if you want to take high image quality photos or shoot smooth 4K video on your next trip, head over to @fujifilmx_uk for more details. Stay tuned for more photos!

    #FujifilmX_UK #FujifilmXT30 #xseries #XT30 #FUJIFILMXT30 #fujifilmme #repostmyfujifilm
  • 374 21 3 hours ago
  • The new FUJIFILM #XT30 is available in stores today!  In celebration, we're sending the #XT30 on the road to visit some of the greatest locations in the USA and beyond! ⁣⠀
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Check out all the photos and video from our first stop, The Eastern Sierra Mountains, with FUJIFILM X-Photographer: @BryanMinear Photographer⁣⠀
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Link in Bio.⁣⠀
  • The new FUJIFILM #XT30 is available in stores today! In celebration, we're sending the #XT30 on the road to visit some of the greatest locations in the USA and beyond! ⁣⠀
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    Check out all the photos and video from our first stop, The Eastern Sierra Mountains, with FUJIFILM X-Photographer: @BryanMinear Photographer⁣⠀
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    Link in Bio.⁣⠀
  • 1,243 9 1 hour ago
  • Introducing the NEXT Series. The NEW 131X, 140X and 150X. #XSeries. Link in bio.
  • Introducing the NEXT Series. The NEW 131X, 140X and 150X. #XSeries . Link in bio.
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  • Introducing the NEXT Series. The NEW 131X, 140X and 150X. #XSeries. Link in bio.
  • Introducing the NEXT Series. The NEW 131X, 140X and 150X. #XSeries . Link in bio.
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  • I admire people who could’ve turned cold after everything they’ve been through, but still continue to love people anyway.

There’s strength in that.
  • I admire people who could’ve turned cold after everything they’ve been through, but still continue to love people anyway.

    There’s strength in that.
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  • “I had to realize slowly, that nobody actually knows me..”
  • “I had to realize slowly, that nobody actually knows me..”
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    Learn more about the FUJIFILM #XE3 by following the link in our bio.
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  • The new FUJIFILM #XT30 is available in stores today!  In celebration, we're sending the #XT30 on the road to visit some of the greatest locations in the USA and beyond! ⁣⠀
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Check out all the photos and video from our first stop, The Eastern Sierra Mountains, with FUJIFILM X-Photographer: @BryanMinear Photographer⁣⠀
⁣⠀
Link in Bio.⁣⠀
  • The new FUJIFILM #XT30 is available in stores today! In celebration, we're sending the #XT30 on the road to visit some of the greatest locations in the USA and beyond! ⁣⠀
    ⁣⠀
    Check out all the photos and video from our first stop, The Eastern Sierra Mountains, with FUJIFILM X-Photographer: @BryanMinear Photographer⁣⠀
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    Link in Bio.⁣⠀
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    So let's get to the good part and past all the nonsense.
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  • I admire people who could’ve turned cold after everything they’ve been through, but still continue to love people anyway.

There’s strength in that.
  • I admire people who could’ve turned cold after everything they’ve been through, but still continue to love people anyway.

    There’s strength in that.
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  • What special bond links Lofoten to Italy? I’ll tell you...
↠ 
Fishing is one of the main reasons why people live in Lofoten. In fact, all over the archipelago you’ll find numerous small fishing villages, most of which are painted red because it was once the cheapest colour to produce.
↠
Every year some 40 million kilos of codfish are caught, most of which is dried and exported to Italy. Why Italy? Well, we have to go back a few hundreds years to understand why.
↠
It all started with Pietro Querini, an Italian sea captain from the Venice who in 1432 was shipwrecked in Røst, a small island in Lofoten. While recuperating on the island, Querini discovered codfish which he called ‘stocfisi’ (Tørrfisk in Norwegian), which dominated the local economy and was air- and wind-dried until it became “as hard as wood”.
↠
When Querini left for Venice four months later, he took 60 sticks of air-dried cod with him. The Venetians were not particularly impressed, though: there was plenty of local lagoon fish to eat and leathery Norwegian cod didn’t have quite the same appeal.
↠
When Querini eventually returned to Venice, he took 60 sticks of air-dried cod with him and wrote a report of his travels. Querini is famed for having popularised Stockfish, particularly codfish, in the Veneto region where it is prepared as Bacalà alla Vicentina.
↠
Wondering how I capture such beautiful photos? For the past 2 years I’ve been using Fujifilm and it’s fair to say I’m huge fan. So, I was beyond excited to be able to get my hands on the brand spanking new Fujifilm X-T30 ahead of its official release and play around with it during my trip to Norway.
↠
The Fujifilm X-T30 is a compact and lightweight camera perfect for travellers like me wanting to take epic landscapes shots on the go. The Fujifilm X-T30 is officially available from today, so if you want to take high image quality photos or shoot smooth 4K video on your next trip, head over to @fujifilmx_uk for more details. Stay tuned for more photos!
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#FujifilmX_UK #FujifilmXT30 #xseries #XT30 #FUJIFILMXT30 #fujifilmme #repostmyfujifilm
  • What special bond links Lofoten to Italy? I’ll tell you...

    Fishing is one of the main reasons why people live in Lofoten. In fact, all over the archipelago you’ll find numerous small fishing villages, most of which are painted red because it was once the cheapest colour to produce.

    Every year some 40 million kilos of codfish are caught, most of which is dried and exported to Italy. Why Italy? Well, we have to go back a few hundreds years to understand why.

    It all started with Pietro Querini, an Italian sea captain from the Venice who in 1432 was shipwrecked in Røst, a small island in Lofoten. While recuperating on the island, Querini discovered codfish which he called ‘stocfisi’ (Tørrfisk in Norwegian), which dominated the local economy and was air- and wind-dried until it became “as hard as wood”.

    When Querini left for Venice four months later, he took 60 sticks of air-dried cod with him. The Venetians were not particularly impressed, though: there was plenty of local lagoon fish to eat and leathery Norwegian cod didn’t have quite the same appeal.

    When Querini eventually returned to Venice, he took 60 sticks of air-dried cod with him and wrote a report of his travels. Querini is famed for having popularised Stockfish, particularly codfish, in the Veneto region where it is prepared as Bacalà alla Vicentina.

    Wondering how I capture such beautiful photos? For the past 2 years I’ve been using Fujifilm and it’s fair to say I’m huge fan. So, I was beyond excited to be able to get my hands on the brand spanking new Fujifilm X-T30 ahead of its official release and play around with it during my trip to Norway.

    The Fujifilm X-T30 is a compact and lightweight camera perfect for travellers like me wanting to take epic landscapes shots on the go. The Fujifilm X-T30 is officially available from today, so if you want to take high image quality photos or shoot smooth 4K video on your next trip, head over to @fujifilmx_uk for more details. Stay tuned for more photos!

    #FujifilmX_UK #FujifilmXT30 #xseries #XT30 #FUJIFILMXT30 #fujifilmme #repostmyfujifilm
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Is it a plane? 
No it’s the train times!
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Taken with a @fujifilmx_uk #X70
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  • Introducing the NEW 131X, 140X and 150X. Machines to be trusted. #XSeries. Link in bio.
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