• […] Since it arrived last week, the XF 18-135mm is the only lens I’ve been using. I don’t feel as if I’ve been missing anything, though. I haven’t felt limited with my creativity and I’ve been happy with all of the images I’ve shot. (Here is another sample of landscape images shot with this lens, and here are some snow biking shots shot with the 18-135 as well.) […]

  • […] here in the Anchorage foothills. This was made with the Fuji X-T1 and XF 14mm f/2.8 lens, ISO 1250. You can see more photos here: New Alaska Snow Biking Photos | Dan Bailey's Adventure Photography Blog BIK-SNO-AK-01611-1a.jpg […]

  • Gordon Grieve says:

    Love those shots Dan. Interested in knowing more of those bikes, are the tyres fatter than the standard mountain bike. I suppose if they are then wider forks also. Any other variations.

    Regards gordon

  • Dan Bailey says:

    Thanks Gordon. The frames are specially designed to handle extra wide rims and tires, which also mean wider forks and reengineered geometry. The two main companies here are Fatback and 9:ZERO:7, both based in Anchorage.

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