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Sometimes I want the freedom of NOT taking the Pentax and all the lenses and gear when I'm on a hike. Gave myself a Christmas Present: Canon Power Shot ELPH 300 HS (12.1 Mexa pixels) with a built in 5X IS zoom lens. It fits in the palm of my hand and my pocket! Here are three of the shots. I think it's a keeper!
This was taken of a fence across the road testing the zoom fully extended. There was a random glow on the iron fence (originally white). Probably photographer error. So, for fun I cropped it down and processed with inverted colour. Otherwise it was a pretty blah shot.
Also by Cheryl Andrews
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