… in all my snap snapping of photos of e-ve-ry-thing, I get a photo that I keep on coming back to and I can’t get out of my head. This is one of them. I know that none of my photos are technically great or have fancy depth of field and I never do any editing of them at all, but I don’t really care. I used to use a dSLR camera all the time but that’s just not a practical thing to have with me now (also TTB doesn’t like it because it covers my face and as he is my main study … ) so I just use a point and shoot now. It’s not fancy, but the colour is accurate and it has a fast shutter and more importantly it fits into my pocket and enables me to capture everything I want … like the first time my boy’s feet felt the grass beneath them, and the first daisy that he
plucked mercilessly from the ground explored.
I don’t need a fancy camera for that.
On a lighter note … just when you think that you’re doing ok with the whole caring for a child gig, something is always there to trip you up. In this case: sunshine. Do I have a summer hat? No. No I do not. Good thing you can do pretty much anything with a muslin cloth: