Posted: March 14, 2013 in Black and White, Bridges, Details, Florida, Photography, Wabi Sabi

Florida. With my iPod Touch and my point-and-shoot.

That’s my definition of roughing it technology-wise. My fingers don’t work well on the iPod and I write things like “Fire good.” “Me sad.” As far as the point-and-shoot goes? I usually press the “Off” button when I am trying to take a picture.

Thank goodness for being with great company. There was much laughter involved.

I love my friends, I love the beach and the warm temps and the funky flora and fauna, but 10 full days of no REAL camera was downright painful. It was also painful for the people around me who had to listen to my whines and yelps of pain every time we drove over a bridge…or near an overpass…or anywhere else that had great photo potential.

Now that I think of it, I am probably lucky that someone (everyone?) didn’t just smother me with a pillow in the dead of night.

Thank you all for exercising great restraint.

under bridge crop

under bridge2 crop

Stuart, Florida: My one point-and-shoot-under-a-bridge opportunity.

Many of you are blogwriters and I follow your work.  I’m really looking forward to catching up on all the wonderful posts that I missed. I did read some pieces on my tiny iPod screen, but refrained from posting cryptic commentary like  “Picture make happy” on your pages.

  1. Ssc says:

    You certainly made the best of your one opportunity- lovely.

  2. Karen Taylor says:

    Very nice. I like it!

  3. jlheuer says:

    Welcome home. Did you spend all day behind your real camera?

  4. Jean says:

    So cool. You’re always “seeing” not just looking…even on vacation. 🙂

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