Photography Fail

I had hoped to take some pictures tonight after I got off work, but alas, the gods did not want this to happen today. I wanted to use my Nikon digital SLR, but after several years without use, the battery and the backup battery were completely dead. I tried my little point-and-shoot from a million years ago but it just wasn’t giving me the desired effects. Autofocus doesn’t always work for me. Go figure. But I do love that point-and-shoot. It’s a Sony Cybershot from 2004. It’s only 6 megapixels but it has more options on it and takes very clear pictures. Most of the time.

So, we now go to Plan B: some of my old photography. I don’t think it’ll be too disappointing. And by that, I mean pretend to love it and if you can’t, don’t say anything. 🙂






So, there you have it. The black and whites were actually all taken on film. When I got it developed, they provided me with a cd, which is how I got them on my computer with such detail. The color ones were all taken in my small town south of Seattle. The water and duck ones were all taken at a nearby lake and the flower ones were all taken around my house. I hope to have actual new pictures to show you soon!

About mrsalicia

I am a Paralegal at a small criminal defense and personal injury firm in my small town. I graduated from Western Washington University with a BA in Political Science and Philosophy. I have my Paralegal Certificate, as well. I write a blog in my spare time. I am married to a wonderful man and recently gave birth to a beautiful little girl. View all posts by mrsalicia

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