Day 76/365 SP With Camera Equipment
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Happy St. Patrick's Day! I took this picture with my old Kodak DX7590 Zoom Digital Camera which was on another tripod. My Nikon D 40X is to the side of me with the 55-200 mm lens attached to it. I am holding my 18-55 mm lens. It would have made a funny picture to show me trudging up our driveway with two tripods...two cameras plus my camera bag...
It was overcast today. I used flash on the Kodak camera to take this self portrait in the tall weeds. A little different lighting than the picture I shot yesterday in the same spot.
In the Self Portraits photo essay.
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