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  1. I agree with always having your digital camera with you. For years, I carried a 35mm camera with me on vacation. What a nuisance, having to pull it out as well as the extra rolls of film to be hand-checked at airports. You thought carefully before taking a picture. It’s wonderful now to take as many shots as you want, then delete what does not work. Ten years ago, who would have believed the changes that have come about? You can bring home bits of the world to study in your studio or in your office. Thank you for the prompt and the insight!


    • This digital camera is wonderful! I love being able to snap anything without counting the cost. As you say, once you get the pictures home, you can study the pictures, zoom in on one part or another, and see what jumps out at you. They make great poetry prompts, too!

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    • I keep thinking about getting a phone camera, so I don’t have to carry my camera AND a phone, but I just haven’t done it yet. I love the pictures my camera takes, and I don’t like the phone pictures most people take, so I keep on the way I am.


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