Thursday, May 1, 2008

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The little Olympus, my purse camera-was sole camera on the California trip. I got a little frustrated at times, but it did a mighty job of keeping up with what I wanted to do for the most part, and I'm sure I got more shots because I kept the camera in my jeans pocket.
It also fits handily in the super duper camera cage on my mountain bike (aka water bottle holder). It's enough for me to worry about my head and limbs when riding, I can't worry about a camera as well. Actually, I put the camera in the water bottle cage and a helmet on my head and don't worry about much of anything except for little privacy when nature calls.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Olypmus cameras are also great at photographing! My favourite above is the second ... very unique for me to see :)

Debra Kay said...

Good GAWD-they don't have tomaters and peppers in Oz? Or are you in New Zealand? Say it isn't so.

Anonymous said...

The tomatoes and peppers are the third image! Hhehhehee I'm in Sydney Australia, but your latest food post today has stumped me!

sukipoet said...

Lovely colors in the photos but what is that last one??? I esp love the first photo, so soothing and lovely.

Debra Kay said...

The last one is a close up shot of a bung hole in a wine cask. And yes, I had to fight the urge to run around saying "I need TP for my BUNGHOLE.....I'm Cornholio aahhh ahhhhh ahhhhhh."

Honour said...

beautiful shots Debra Kay - especially of the veggies! I could almost taste them. I use an Olympus. I got one when I was nineteen and have never gone back. Even when I went digital - stayed with the Olympus ...

Michele said...

I sooooo LOVE California. What an amazing and beautiful place. Your little camera did a great job of capturing the beauty.

Forever Young said...

those peppers are gorgeous, don't eat them but love their colours.