Wednesday, January 16, 2008
Scratching an Itch!
I have been looking over my old floppy discs that hold hundreds of photos I took with my old digital camera, a Sony, Mavica. My lap top doesn't have a floppy disc drive, so I have been on my old, slow desk top, which is acting like it's ready to give up the ghost any minute, viewing all the old photographs. Can you believe old digital cameras stored the photos on floppy's? Hmm, I wonder if that old camera would be considered a collectible now? Probably not; it's just considered obsolete!
I remember how happy I was with it, my first digital camera, lugging it with me everywhere. And today, on this chilly winter day, I found my most favorite shot of a deer, and I emailed it from my desk top to my lap top. The one you see above, of a young buck in my field, taken about 5 years ago, that I call "Scratching an Itch!" Well, that's what he was doing, scratching an itch, when I aimed and shot the picture. It came out pretty good, don't you think?
The photo reminds me of that warm summer day, on this cold wintry day, and that's a good thing. I hope you like the picture.
I also hope it's warmer where you are. I know it's warmer where Merle is!
Have a wonderful day, everyone!