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Monday, June 8, 2009


Believe it or not, we do not see a whole lot of clouds along the Grand Strand of South Carolina. When we visited Florida's Disney World a few years back, we lay in a double hammock and just gazed at the beautiful fair weather clouds above. And like when we were kids, we told each other what we saw in the shapes. It was so relaxing and enjoyable. When we were camping last week at Willow Tree near Longs, SC, we saw beautiful cumulus nimbus clouds. Included here are a couple of photos taken with my little digital camera. It is a Cyber-shot with only 6.0 mega pixels. I could have a more expensive and higher quality camera but I am satisfied with the pictures I get with this one and it fits in my pocket. I also have the battery charger so I can have a fresh supply of batteries wherever I go. Enjoy the out of doors and take the memories home with you. I save all camping pictures to disks and that way they are not taking up so much room on my hard drive.
Next craft I will feature is a daisy chain seed bead necklace. My Mom taught me how to do it many years ago. I don't think there was any craft she had not mastered. Til next time, Kerrie

1 comment:

Katney said...

6 megapixels is not bad. My first digital had two megapixels. I love my little camera that fits in my hip pocket. I got a new camera for my birthday, though, and it is ten megapixels with a 20X zoom. I love that zoom, even though I have to cope with the extra weight.