Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Experimenting

I recently discovered that our old digital camera that had not been working properly for quite some time (but is way better than the one I've been using) is actually functioning again. It has lots of cool features that I never knew about before. Thanks to Rachel @ American Mum I actually understand some of it now, so I thought I'd go outside and experiment a bit. These are some of the results.










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What do you think? Should I keep experimenting?

17 fabulous responses:

sista #2 said...

Very nice...what kind of camera ??

peace
#2

Melissa said...

Of course you should! Great pics!

The White House said...

Yes! heck yes! Great pics. I am going to check out AmericanMum to see what she has to say.

Simply Shannon said...

The camera is a Canon Powershot G3.

Simply Shannon said...

Oh yeah, and Thanks ladies! I'll keep it up.

Krystyn said...

Definitely keep experimenting! You got some good ones.

Jen said...

Gorgeous shots! Definitely keep experimenting, but also be sure to tell us your secrets.

Dana said...

Ummmm......Yeah! I wish I could take pics this good! Keep it up!

Sgt and Mrs Hub said...

Looking great, Shannon. It's fun to see the world through a camera lens, isn't it!

-Andrea

Carol said...

Keep experimenting those were terrific!

jOni lAnE said...

Great pictures! I especially love the one with the ant. It looks like it should be one of those posters that talks about determination or something!

The Hamilton's said...

Awesome pics! Hope to see more!

Shannon said...

Wow! You are getting so good!!! I'm impressed, and I love the ant!! :-)

anti-supermom said...

They are turning out great. Looks like the camera is doing you well :)

american mum said...

I'm glad you're enjoying the series. Those are some great pictures!

Auds at Barking Mad said...

Awesome shots.

Canon's are awesome cameras.

BTW, that reminds me, stayed tuned over at Barking Mad...Canon+Giveaway=BLOGGY GOODNESS!

Hint hint hint!

mom2natnkatncj said...

Wow, those came out great. Yes, keep experimenting ;).