Being Still

I’m taking the Be Still class by Kim Klassen which is really about still life. However, I’m interpreting it as stillness. I’m mostly not going with still life because I really don’t have a lot of props here in my motorhome (although I could probably find something that would work if I looked hard enough) and also because I like to photograph outside.

I think I caught stillness here.

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In other news, I no longer have a DSLR to use. It came to a tragic end when one of the cats chased the other cat onto the table where my camera was sitting and the camera went flying off and landed not so gently on the floor. To get it fixed would cost a minimum of $200 plus shipping charges and a new one of the same type would cost about $300. I wanted to upgrade eventually anyway so I’m taking this as a sign that I should upgrade now. I haven’t decided which camera I’m going with yet. It will be either a Nikon D7000 or a Nikon D7100. $300 separates the two cameras so it is kind of a hard decision. I’d like the D7100 but will it really be worth that much extra? I just don’t know. I’m hoping this camera with be my last camera so I may just go with the D7100 for that reason. We’ll see. I guess I need to make up my mind soon as we’ll be leaving this campground next week and I’m not sure about receiving packages in the next one.

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