This post is heavy on photos . . . sorry in advance, but I really am in love - J
Dear Becky -
I think we've met once, no twice: first when Erika and I were headed to Evolve to put a down payment on my tattoo, and then again at Comfest that weekend. But I more than owe you a huge, huge thanks. When Erika and I were talking about lenses, I mentioned that I wanted to get a fixed/normal lens, and it concerned me because I couldn't figure out what to do: get the one that Erika has and then always, always, always manually focus it or just deal with the kit lens that I had. For a while, it seemed like I was opting with the kit lens because, let's face it, manually focusing for me would be painful. Trust me, it's not pretty . . . lots of grimacing and brow rubbing and more cursing per minute than a woman has a right to.
Apparently she didn't like how is smelled
"You know they make a 35 mm lens for the D40. My friend Becky bought one, and she's really happy with it," said Erika. She went on to mention something about taking the lens out back and showing it a good time, and you know what? You were right . . . this lens is amazing . . . I'd like to lick it all over, but I failed to buy the lens cleaning kit. Maybe next week I'll give it a run for its money when Dave and I are in Montreal.
We spend hours at this duck pond when the Girls were little . . . it was deserted today
It will be a scarf eventually
Words to live by . . . they get me through the day
Raindrops are hard to capture . . . crap
I love this bag (but I love the lens more since you can see the knitting inside)
I really need a camera bag . . . Dave, I'd like this one for our anniversary . . . please?