Character is like a tree and reputation like a shadow. The shadow is what we think of it; the tree is the real thing.
I call to you, I wait for you
I drank you drop by drop
And I thank you for beating all the trusting out of me
You showed me the world is just an empty motel room
And I will die in Wyoming in a drugstore parking lot
So high I’ll believe that I am parked outside your house
Two thousand miles away
I call to you, I sang for you
I lose you drop by drop
And I thank you for taking all you ever could from me
You showed me the world is just the things you keep to lose
And I will die in Wyoming
Using force to persuade people to do things that they are unwilling to do.
I was expecting a lot from my new camera and I can say that I am not at all disappointed. I would like to list here weaknesses and strengths.
- It’s a light weight.
- A lot of Mpx – 24Mpx
- It’s fast – 11 shots/second
- A fast autofocus
- Tilting 3″ LCD – But I am not using it…
- Poor battery life – If you do photo for more than 4 hours, you’ll need this and this. And it frustrates me a little in the long run…
- It’s an electronic viewfinder – It’s hard to get used to it…
But apart from that…
…appart from mega pixels and the big camera… There is one thing that fascinates me. I took the time to stop on some new blogs in the last few weeks and, I realized that many managed to get my attention while they had no professional cameras at all. They just can capture the essential.
So no matter how many mega pixels you own. If you can transmit emotions in your photos, you already have 90% captured. Congrats to all those who can do it with minimum equipement. I am not sure I could do it…
My mother had a great deal of trouble with me, but I think she enjoyed it.
Those chrurches all over the old town. They all ring at the same time, every morning. Bringning warmth in our heart and light in our mind.