TASTING RHUBARB ~ sour, sweet, sour, sweet...
that hand is really very weird - being not quite but almost appearing to be the hand of the woman in the foreground...
I don't know how you find *and* manage to quickly capture such wondrous visual moments. This whole composition reminds me of Japanese prints.How do you like the new camera?
I stare a lot, I guess.Like the new camera a lot and recommend it, and it's cheaper than I think I told you, Natalie:http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B004I1KP9S/ref=noref?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&psc=1
Jean, I saw and handled your camera at Jessop's recently and though it certainly seems to be excellent (and not over-priced) it felt a bit too light and the buttons at the top seemed awkward to use. Maybe I'll have another look but I saw a similar-range Canon that I think I like better. Not rushing into this.
My own choice of cameras has always been intuitive, Natalie, and I think how it 'feels' to you is importnat, given similar specs.
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