I’m not very good at keeping up with this blog as I thought I would be. I promise to try and do better.
Not much new news to post as of late I guess. But I suppose no news is good news? Or something like that…
Hope the summer starts to pick up a bit. We haven’t seen much sun here in about 3 months or so. This has to be the rainiest spring/summer in history.
I finally got it!!!!! I got my Nikon D200 today!
Now I just need to learn how to use it! Its gonna be a little tricky, as I don’t actually own any auto lenses, so I’ll be using my old manual lenses for now, until I can afford to buy a new lens. But I’m so excitied to get out there and start shooting. Unfortunately, I have the most awful cold right now, but if I’m feeling up to it tomorrow I’m gonna try to get out for a little bit and try it out, if its not raining like it has been all week.
here’s the first picture I’ve taken with it… Its a bit washed out, and Domino looks a bit annoyed. lol
I know, I’ve been a bit of a slacker…
Things have gotten pretty busy at work now that the season is in full swing, so It may be a while until I get to make another post here or take any decent photos for that matter.
Just wanted to wish everyone a Happy New Year, and I’ll see you when the ground thaws! 😉
Originally uploaded by F.Scala
This is Evie. She is a spunky little ball of energy.
She was rescued recently by a friend of mine. The story I was told, (as well as her husband) was that she was driving down Sunrise Highway, and 3 kittens hopped out of a box over on the side of the road. This little one was the only one she could catch.
Her husband doesn’t believe the tale. It does seem a little far fetched that someone could see -much less stop for- a box of kittens while doing 70 on Montauk Hwy… But little Evie seems to have won their heart anyway, and so she has a new home, wherever she came from. Much to the disappointment of their first cat Chloe, who was feeling a bit camera-shy this weekend.
Because I’m only human,
It’s sometimes hard to be
The wise, all-knowing creature
That my cat expects of me
And so I pray for special help
To somehow understand
The subtle implications
Of each proud meowed command.
Oh, let me not forget that chairs
Were put on earth to shred;
And what I like to call a lap
Is actually a bed.
I know it’s really lots to ask
But please, oh please, take pity;
And though I’m only human,
Make me worthy of my kitty!
~ Author Unknown ~