This weekend I went on a work trip to Vilnius, Lithuania. I was only there for two nights together with my mates from the agency I work for. I was travelling very light and only had a small carry-on bag. All the kit I brought was the Fujifilm XT1 with the 18-55mm, a handful of batteries, and a charger.
Here she is on the left again. This was my first photo. She walked past me as I was hanging out in this nice park on this sunny Saturday morning.
I kept the camera on her as she walked past and I got this next frame with the babushka walking up to this massive red iconic flag waving majestically in the wind.
She then walked into the park, found a bench and sat down next to a woman who was playing some game on her iPhone.
A few minutes later the gentleman in the featured frame showed up.
Earlier that morning I visited the Museum of the Genocide Victims, located in the old KGB headquarters. Here are some pictures from there:
Other notable frames from the trip: