So, yes I took the plunge and bought the Sony A6000 with two kit lenses, the 16-55mm and 70-200 mm. The reason I had purchased it was in the hopes I would be able to travel with a much lighter and smaller camera (my backpack on my last travel weighed 18 pounds before the 5 … More The Mirrorless Camera. An Expensive Point & Shoot?
I was sitting on a bench in the butterfly conservatory just taking in the atmosphere. It was humid and I could hear the man-made waterfalls and the soft chirps of birds. I watched aimlessly the butterflies as they flitted about, just awakening in the very early morning hours. It was much like watching an aquarium, … More The Butterfly. A Symbol of Change.
Doctor assisted suicide. It is still very much a controversially subject, I am learning, even while it is now legal in Canada. It seems everyone has an opinion on the matter and the subject it quite volatile. The only other time I remember people reacting so strongly to information from me was when I would … More Only 10 Days To Live. What Agony.
I know it seems weird to think of a blind person being invisible. I mean, when we see them out in public, they are very noticeable to the general John Q. Public. The black sunglasses and the white cane that extends in front of their bodies as they navigate the world, crossing the street. Very … More The Invisible Blind
My curiosity has been peaked. I have heard and seen all the hoopla about mirrorless cameras, even in the little time that I have been into photography. I didn’t really consider it as an option, just having spent a small fortune on obtaining my new camera and the assortment of lenses, tripods and everything else … More Much Ado About Nothing? The Mirrorless Camera Debate.