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Flickers of Autumn

linger

linger

fade

rust and splinter

rust and splinter

Wandering The Notch

Wandering around the boulder playground of Smuggler’s Notch on Rt 108 in Vermont.

fern

tiny world

tiny world

tiny world

Sunset Over The Causeway

The Bay

Taken from The Causeway on Mallet’s Bay across Lake Champlain, VT.

Involuntary Camslaughter

   I am uploading and posting the last sets of photographs [devArt link] my now dead Nikon Coolpix 5600 took. Rest in pieces, 5600. You will be remembered. I’ll also be putting up the first photo I took with Cora’s new Nikon Coolpix S210. That is one sweet piece of digital point-and-shoot camera. It will definitely hold me off until I get my hands on a Nikon dSLR (likely a D60) kit. I swear I am not being paid for endorsement! It’s like Leo Laporte once said, in the digital camera world, you have two groups: Canon people and Nikon people. I am definitely a Nikon person.

   I was first introduced to the Coolpix line when I received a 3200 [pic] for my birthday. I was then let loose on the world, capturing innumerable photons with that little baby. It left me, however, when it was stolen at a show in South Burlington. I mourned deeply. Time passed, and I eventually decided to purchase another. I was adamant in my new camera being similar. I stayed within Nikon’s Coolpix line and picked up the ill-fated 5600. Over the next few years, I took gigabytes of photos with it. It went almost everywhere I did. I miss it now; but I also look forward to the future. RIP, Nikon Coolpix 5600.