I have the JCC hood at it matches my fuji. I bought it around the whole of Europe for two months and it stayed on my hip - the hood survived very well and with little damage, and protected my lens more than once! I would recommend it.
great photos! Love the processing, especially love the second.
I went to white night too, and I was a little disappointed with the light shows - I felt that a whole lot more buildings could have participated. Instead of enjoying the night I spent most of it getting from my car (which I parked...
I just visited London and spent a large amount of time pointing excitedly and phone boxes, double decker buses and post boxes to the chagrin of my Londoner friends. A great, iconic piece of design, and lovely photos :)
my tip would be to photograph, and photograph often. Use the camera and don't leave it in the box. Carry it with you, and photograph in all lights, situations, people, landscapes. You'd find what interests you, and understand your equipment.
Now, if there was one handy thing that I learnt on my trip it was that if you don't have a wide angle - vertical panoramas work too! This was shot on the X100, and is an in-camera vertical panorama :)
And here is an interior shot of the Maxxi Museum in Rome:
"Maxxi Museum, Rome by Jannette...
On a slightly random note, I love the way you've posted the 3rd and 4th pictures, it kind of looks like I'm panning up in the image - if that makes sense!
Look forward to seeing more :)