A Short Hike

This morning I wanted to get out of the house for a while, so away I went to a local park. The hike was short because of my medical issues but that doesn’t stop me from getting out and about. I took just under 40 photos, this time with the new Sony RX100 Mark 7 mounted on the Manfrotto miniature tripod which makes for easier handling of the little camera. It was around 72 so the walking was comfortable.

Along the way, I struck up a conversation with a woman and her husband who as it turns out, were in their early 70s. They both had plastic bags and were picking up litter along their way, so nice! After some conversation, I found out that neither of these people are going to opt for the Covid vaccine. That is their choice of course, and they gave a couple of reasons why. One of my family members will also not be receiving the vaccine, that is his choice.

Anyway, do these photos appear very different from those the Nikon Z6 takes? I am using the same exact software programs to process these of course. I hope you have a great weekend my friends!

Pulling Out The Oldies

These photos were downloaded from my SSD back drive. After looking at them and the file numbers, I realised that these are some of the very first photos I took with the old Nikon D3300 camera. And I still regret selling that camera. These photos were captured at the state park near Red Rock Canyon, and up against the Escarpment, or fault line. One great thing about that old camera is that it never had the dust intrusion problem that this Nikon Z6 series has had.