|I MOVED SOME BIRD FEEDERS AROUND TODAY|
|THE ROBERT S PIERSON WAS AT GODERICH'S SIFTO SALT DOCK THIS MORNING|
|THIS IS PART OF A SAGAURO CACTUS SKELETON WE BROUGHT BACK FROM ARIZONA|
|THESE HOPPERS EAST OF GODERICH ARE PROBABLY FULL OF CORN|
A few folks have inquired about a Nikon CoolpixP900 camera I have been taking photos with lately. I have accumulated too much camera gear over the years and some of my Nikon Cameras are becoming a bit dated. It's time for a purge so I've decided to trade some equipment in again and try to get myself down to just a couple cameras and a lens or two. And I'd also like to get myself up to speed with a newer technology camera. The Nikon Coolpix P900 is looking pretty good to me at the moment and the more I am understanding it the more I am liking it. Of course I will still be keeping my Nikon D7200 and Nikkor 18-300mm lens. This camera and lens has been my dependable workhorse for the past couple years. I average about 40 photos a day most every day of the year. I used a Nikon Coolpix P900 (which I will refer to as a CP9) for the outside shots in our front yard this afternoon.
GROANER'S CORNER:(( A young lad's father picked him up from school to take him to a dental appointment. Knowing the parts for the school play were supposed to be posted today, he asked his son if he got a part. The boy enthusiastically announced that he'd gotten a part. "I play a man who's been married for twenty years.""That's great, son. Keep up the good work and before you know it they'll be giving you a speaking part."
- Don't worry about the world coming to an end today. It is already tomorrow in Australia.
Alex, a widower, went to a senior citizen's dance. There he met Ruth, a woman also advanced in years. Alex and Ruth danced every dance together. Afterward, they went out for coffee. As they walked home, Ruth said, "You remind me of my fourth husband."Alex said, "Really? How many times have you been married?"Ruth said, "Three."
Love your still life pics, they tell a wonderful story. Our temps are heading toward winter this week without the drama you're enjoying "up there".ReplyDelete
Great pic of the golf eggs.ReplyDelete
Love the colour in those photos. Hopefully the temps continue to rise and you folks get a rest from the snow and cold. Although living along the lake in Ontario, what can one expect? Stay warm and safe.ReplyDelete
I'm impressed that you consider mid thirty degrees as "balmy". But then you are a hardy Canadian after all. :c)ReplyDelete
It did feel like a nice spring day at times today.ReplyDelete