July 10, 2014
That, my dear friends, is the first DSLR camera with which I shot. Of course, that makes the total number of DSLR cameras only 2. And this camera was originally Papa’s, before I stole it away to DC for photojournalistic purposes, but both he and I have now moved on to new cameras. I upgrade from the Rebel XSi to the 70D, and he to the Rebel T3i.
In the morning, I completed a run of 4 miles around the same lake I photographed yesterday, and the rest of the evening, I spent indoors, doing really nothing besides photographing things I intend to sell (including the XSi! If any of you are interested, check back on this blog in a few days, I’ll probably put a link up to where I’ll be selling this and a few articles of clothing).
(It’ll probably be going for around $100-120, I haven’t decided yet.)
(It’s a really decent camera. It still works wonderfully.)
(Someone should buy it.)
(I want a lens that’s a few hundred short of two thousand.)
In the evening, we had dinner out with a few friends. I realised it was the first time in a long time that I’d had vanilla ice cream, because it tasted positively unusual. Not bad. Just like… when you have dairy milk for the first time after several months of drinking almond milk. You’d forgotten the taste by then.