Wordless Wednesday: Getting This Camera to Talk to Me

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Not easy. But what is? All I know is lately, things feel like this. The girl with the camera; she never actually has to do anything. Except get the picture. (Meet me there.)

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  1. An exciting sunset view.

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  2. well... I speak through the camera sometmes, but sometimes I feel like I have no voice. than again, if i don't mind it for a while, the song comes back :)

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  3. I think many of us speak through the camera because at that particular time, it's the only way we can speak! I always love your captures, Sandy!

    Sylvia

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  4. I am learning to communicate with my current camera, too (I have had it since March)...

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  5. I love the photo!! I like what you have to say!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  6. This is such a wonderful shot of summer fun!

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  7. Excellent picture - gives a whole new meaning to "riding into the sunset"!

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  8. Wheeeeeee!!!!! Looks like fun to me.

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  9. I am not a great coaster fan, but hat is a nice picture.

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  10. amazing how you captured the action.

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  11. I like how you captured the action.

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  12. Anonymous9:26 AM

    love the view.

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  13. I love the motion in this shot... I can hear the screaming and squealing and feel the whoosh of the air!

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  14. Anonymous10:17 AM

    It looks almost too large for the little track.

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  15. So busy! This photo feels a little frantic, lol. :)

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  16. I like this shot, apart from the sunset, it shows a thrilling scare.

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  17. don't know if you can get the camera to speak to you, but you speak eloquently through your camera...I think I know what you mean though, I was looking for a specific photograph one day, and had to look through about ten albums of photos, and was struck by how many gatherings and events I attended from behind my camera.

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  18. I love this shot. Such a feeling of movement. I am happiest behind the camera at this point in my life.

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  19. she sees well though,
    this girl.

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  20. Clicking the shutter button on the camera is easy, but getting a good picture is not always as easy as it seems.

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  21. Is that the Mouse Coaster at Quassy? Sometimes when playing the guitar it seems to start playing itself with very little input from me, those are always 'good nights'. The camera sometimes can to do the same thing but not as often. Ride the wave.

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