Friday, February 12, 2016

From the archives

I've been enjoying looking back at photos from a few years ago. This is one of the first that I took with my "new" camera, which will be four years old soon. I think I used the photo as an "Image of the Week" back in 2012, but otherwise you haven't seen it.

A valve on what I assume is a fire safety system in a building in Provincetown, Massachusetts, 2012.

I'm considering investing in another new camera. I'm only at the research stage at this point, but there are a couple of upgrade models I'm interested in, still in the Canon DSLR line. I want to have the flexibility to use my current lenses on a new camera and not have to replace them.

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  1. Take out a mortgage....
    Canon EOS-1D X Mark II!!


    And DON'T turn that tap!!

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  2. I'm also considering a new camera, but nothing classy (high-skill) like yours. Just another fit-in-the-pocket-under-€200, but with higher zoom and resolution. No mortgage for me... and not much of a learning curve, either. But, then I'm not Walt the Fourth.

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  3. Nice archive! You do use your camera, so it is worth it to have a good one. The camera I mostly use is on my phone....

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  4. Just because it's that color of red, I'll bet we all automatically knew that it had to have something to do with fire, or heat.

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  5. tim, ouch!

    mitch, ken likes the pocket cameras, and the photos are terrific.

    christine, I keep telling myself that...

    judy, that's my guess!

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