My parents gave me my first camera when I was in Grade 2. At least, I am pretty sure that was my first camera, it’s the first one I remember being my own. I remember it being a neon pink 110 film camera, well, I remember that it was neon pink and used funny looking film that I now know is called 110 film. Sadly that camera is gone now, but in my head I think it looked something like this…
My parents gave it to me as a Christmas present on one of the best Christmases of my childhood. We were in Disney (which I now know must have cost a fortune!) and they gave us so many amazing presents to mark an even more amazing trip, one of which was this camera. I spent the rest of our trip taking photos all around Disney.
Continue reading “My Camera History, Part 1”
When Dave and I were married, we officially got a new anniversary of September 29. We still, however, celebrated our old anniversary last year as it was habit really and this year, we will be celebrating it for the final time before we officially retire it. We will be celebrating it this one last time because today marks the tenth year we have been together!!
Continue reading “A Decade has Passed”
We drove around the Clearwater area and stumbled upon a house with some fabulously lit trees. We stopped, set up the tripod and took a few shots. Luckily, no one in the area seemed to notice, or perhaps they just didn’t care as I was clearly aimed at the tree(s) and not the houses themselves.
We also did some driving around the Sunshine Skyway Bridge at night. At the speed we were going, the result was pretty interesting.
To view more night shots, visit our Flickr set here.
Fort De Soto Park is full of history – there was almost no one there when we visited, which was awesome!
To view more photos from this location, visit our Flickr set here.