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Losing a Camera
I have taken more photos than I ever imagined I would with my D7000 since I upgraded the D50 this January. I don't have too many pictures of me using it, though, that's something that will change. My D7000 and the 18-200 VR I bought it went down with a sinking boat this weekend. I had never been aboard a sinking boat until this event: I had brought my 7-year old son aboard a Clacka-Craft float boat on the Yakima river for his first float and brought the camera in a big zip lock bag along, thinking that the worst would be some splashing water. I had floated the beast-boat on the Yak twice before without major incident. This time I had along a 75 year old grandpa and a 7 year old son but it never occurred to me that I had the responsibility of a true captain. I just grabbed the oars and ran the boat down the middle, avoiding the cut-banks, staying on the inside, teaching my son about pounding the banks. We dropped the anchor a couple times, my son caught his first on a boat, of course I got a couple great shots and some video. The camera was loaded with about 160 photos from the last 2 days of vacation: the drive to the coast, the drive over the mountains to the desert, and this new day starting with a float. The disaster. I dropped anchor right after the trestle, where we had hooked a steelhead years before that got away. There were a couple mistakes that were in place which are only apparent after evaluating the tapes in one's head after the 50th time and 24 hours. The anchor caught, too much weight in the back, too swift current, fishtail, water in between one's legs where there should only be air, the "this can't be happening feeling", the 7 year old son screaming and lunging in your arms, the separation from the boat, the bank that you are swimming to, the decision to throw your son to the bank and swim after the mostly submerged several ton mass of boat and much gear under the seat. The 100 yard chase. The sinking feeling of your son alone on the bank, the unknown 75 year old grandpa of the son. The decision. The decision to let it go and get back to what's way important than electronics, fishing gear accumulated over the years, backpacks full of various things, cellphones, cameras. We got out. Everyone's OK. Camera is on order. Another D7000. You can't replace it- I'm DX for life at this point. Time to rebuild. I wouldn't make such a big deal unless we are talking about photos.206/365 - Going Down
I've been steadily losing weight since moving to Peterborough, I used to ignore scales, now I find I'm stepping on it first thing in the morning and before bed. I should almost plot the steady decline... ed: I actually had to edit this cause we had the little plastic tabs marking our weight and Aziel didn't like that, hehe. Ok, so let's just say I've lost almost 20lbs since coming here and my waist is almost back to what it was in University, 20 years ago.
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