Monthly Archives: October 2013

Maybe a Change of Mind

  I’m still playing with the new camera. I like it a lot – with reservations. And this applies to the Sony as well. My pictures always (and always have) come out pretty washed out. I have to enhance them … Continue reading

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Playing with the new camera

  The fog, mist and cloud finally cleared this afternoon – a golden (literally and figuratively) opportunity to go out with my new camera and try a bunch of different settings. I am very happy with it. Although every camera … Continue reading

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New Camera

  So I went to London Drugs today and bought a new Panasonic Lumix. Although I have liked my Sony Cybershot, I am not impressed with the fact that after only one year (plus 4 days – so out of … Continue reading

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Mount Benson – the long way

  Now that can rightly be called an epic hike. We set off in the cold fog and cloud, parked our cars at Morrell Nature Sanctuary and hiked all the way around the ridges to the start of the old … Continue reading

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Foggy Morning

  A foggy morning walk – so I thought I might as well record it. The day isn’t even halfway over and already I feel enormously accomplished – LOVE that feeling! And that, folks, is probably why I’ll never give … Continue reading

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Fall walk in Hemer Park

The mist was just beginning to lift at about 2 p.m. when I took Abby for a walk in Hemer Park. AS promised (to myself) I have been taking my camera with me ALL THE TIME – whew! I thought … Continue reading

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First World problems

  So – it’s lovely autumn morning and I remembered (ha!) to take my camera with me on our short morning walk through the back 40. Yes, I was pleased that I got a few nice shots – but what … Continue reading

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