I arrived in Geneva yesterday, dropped my bags off at Sam's apartment and went for a walk. I was able to see the WTO building, have a wander through the streets and discover a pub for a few cold beers. Later in the evening I called home, read my emails and received news that my D810 sold, so I am all Fujifilm now.
Today I walked to the Old Town with the Fujifilm X-T1. It was nice to stroll through such an old city with cobblestone streets, small alleyways and old churches that date back to when Rome held power. I found the Kathedrale Saint-Pierre and paid a small fee to climb the very narrow and very steep circular staircase that felt like it was designed for someone smaller and much fitter than myself. It was an arduous climb but the view was worth it. The photo above shows the view from the north tower. The view of the clouds rolling over the mountains was wonderful. The photo below is a section of the panoramic that I took with the Fujifilm XT-1. It was taken from the south tower and overlooks the old city and Lake Geneva.