Seen my sad pictures.
Offered your advice.
Folks, I am here to tell you that it hasn't been for naught.
And I am happy to report that da-da-da-da! I am a proud new owner of a Nikon D3000.
Now, before you non-Nikon loving people roll your eyes and offer your advice too late on what I should have gotten instead, don't. A new camera has been on my wish list for years. YEARS. And now I have one. Don't burst my bubble. Thank you.
Now, for all you who are supportive of the Nikon- bring on the advice!!
It is super easy to use, I will say that. I have gotten some pretty awesome pictures just from reading my manual and not having to get to crazy with the settings. But, if anyone has great tips, I'd love to hear them!!
Our cherry tree promising yummy treats to come
A pink flower that I don't know what its called because I didn't plant it and I know little.
But it's pretty.
A froggie that came to say goodnight at our bedroom door.
(someone should tell spellcheck that "froggie" is indeed a word. Is too.)
cute cool strawberry picker. He works cheap.
S'more eating munchkin. I love how my super cool camera got the gooey string of marshmallow.
Just me and my girl. Which I realize tips the scales once again in favor of the GIRL photos. This was brought to my attention this week as Jackson stole my old camera and looked through the pictures and his comment was " Did you ever hear of your son Jackson? Did you think of taking his picture???" Keep in mind that this is the same boy who last week at his school concert purposely hid behind the boy in front of him when he saw me lift my camera. Yeah. That son Jackson.
Here is the downfall to my camera. My spots not only showed up on my face, buy my glasses as well. Because you all needed to know that my glasses are dirty. No secrets here. Even fewer if I made this pic full size. But I don't need anyone spewing out their morning coffee all over my face.