Well anyways. .
the moral of the story is. . .
if you don't want your pictures to look as though you have a permanent pink screen window in front of your lens. . .
don't drop the camera.
I didn't do it on purpose mind you. .
but I had been going on and on. . .
how my small pocket camera was a lug to cart around.
All around me it seemed were bloggers. . .
pulling slim, sleek little cameras out of who knows where. .
and I could see that they certainly were easy to conceal.
A few months ago. . .
my mil did a bit of shopping with her "points". . .
and did quite well for herself. .
so. . .I went online. . .and checked to see if I also might do a bit of shopping with points.
There it was. . .
a slim. . .cart along. . .sleek little elph that promised to be easy to conceal. . .
(so as to not alert folks that they may be photoed. . .at a moments notice).
Sure. . .and can't you see the difference?
If you look closely. . .you can see the crack on the big .. brute of a camera. . right close to the body)
It still works. . .sometimes. . .
and I told my beloved. . that he was welcome to take the big lug .. brute of a camera with him on quading outings.
That's just the kind of girl I am.
So .. .now I have my slim sleek concealable. . and my
serious reporting camera. .
just depends who I feel I want to be on any given outing.
If you see me coming with either.. .
you may want to hide behind a tree. .
I am ruthless.