Becoming a blogger has expanded my experience and knowledge of computer and photography. This shelf of photo albums is two of five shelves filled with pictures that I rarely look into.
However, with digital photography, This box holds all of my pictures from 2003, which includes hefty picture-taking trips to China, Alaska, Peru, and Thailand and seven months of meandering across the United States and back last year. They give me so much pleasure. Oh, that it were easy to convert all of my older pictures to digital, I would do it in a flash. Digital photography is a marvelous technology and then…and then… my camera, for no, discernible reason, quit taking flash pictures.
Hunting for a camera on-line is hard work. I feel fortunate that so many cameras are given very detailed revues by photography magazine editors and professional users as well as hobby photographers. Hundreds of models to choose from made me cross-eyed. Features continue to increase as technology advances and you know fully loaded features are just bells and whistles that you’ll never use. Most of the day was spent on-line but I did get out early with my now limited camera in hand and caught this unusual sight.
I heard the chain saw before I got to this new neighbor’s place. Grateful that my zoom wasn’t gone, I caught this interesting photo.
What I didn’t think to focus on was the three men hanging around watching as she did the cutting.
I couldn’t see the tree and why it had to be felled. A dead tree behind a screen of live ones is what I expect she was removing. I can use a chain saw, and have, for small cuts; trimming. But, I have never felled a tree. All I can say is Wow! I must get acquainted with my new neighbor.