I decided to use my underwater camera in the swimming pool at Center Parcs. It’s a bit of fun, even if it’s not the best camera in the world. We also took the camera on the boating lake, in case it got dropped in the water.Read more "Underwater at Center Parcs"
Bit of a mouthful, but the title says it all. This week’s Photo Challenge is to take a picture of a sunset. The weather has been a bit iffy this week, and last night we had a rain storm. But in the middle of the storm, I spotted a glorious sunset and a rainbow. The […]Read more "Sunset with a rainbow in a rain storm"
Last year I bought a Canon underwater camera for a holiday. Unfortunately the boating lake was too murky to use it, and so it has sat on my shelf ever since. Recently, I decided to mess about with the camera in my bath, and then I set the self-timer and put it in the dishwasher […]Read more "Underwater camera"
Released 1994 OK, don’t laugh. I bought this camera specifically for an activity holiday, since it’s waterproof and very robust. It’s not very interesting, but it’s useful. It’s also not a bad point & shoot, and of course it lends itself to unusual shots. See all photos taken with the Sure Shot A-1. At a […]Read more "Canon Sure Shot A-1"
Over the Bank Holiday weekend, I visited the Sherwood Forest Center Parcs with Hannah and my family. As usual, I took at least one camera. I decided to take my trusty DSLR, as well a newly-bought waterproof 35mm camera, as we were intending to go swimming and canoeing. I shall try to piece my holiday […]Read more "A weekend in Center Parcs"