A new beginning and some old friends at the fair.
My friend's lovely drum set.
A late night visit to the fairgrounds.
We meet a few cuties.
Beautiful day for a stroll.
My pup looks guilty.
An unusual view of Seattle and its neighbors.
A medieval warship!
One of the grandest houses in the world, with a deer park to match!
The best way to see London!
Chatsworth House... Mr. Darcy, where are you?
We visited the Puyallup Fair!
One of the beautiful places I've visited.
The iPhone takes on the job.
A trek around this beautiful little island off the coast of western Ireland.
From a summer trip to Scandinavia.
Freddie strikes again.
Photos from Inishmore, in the Aran Islands.
Our new pup.
Beautiful Western Ireland's Ballynahinch Hotel.
Photos from a local animal rescue spot.
More photos from the slopes.
My gorgeous kitten! What more incentive does a photographer need?
My son's birthday celebration in a visual narrative.
More photos of amazing old cars!
The first of a series of beautiful vintage cars from the LeMay Museum.
I’ve taken a few skiing photos over the last couple years. Here’s the first set, when I was…
Mostly wildflowers, from a bike ride on a local trail.
Photography from beautiful Kubota Garden.
Photographs from my visit to a local Japanese garden.
April 2, 2012
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wow what camera do you use?
jessamaevenuto, thanks! I use an Olympus Pen EP-2 micro 4/3rds camera. It takes interchangeable lenses, but I’m too cheap to own more than one good one, so everything happens on a Panasonic 20mm lens :).
Thanks I hope to take beautiful photos like yours.
Thanks! My camera is pretty cheaply available used now, as there are newer models. I bought mine used off Amazon, and it’s great. The lens is much more expensive… around $300, as it’s still the “latest” model. Someday I will be able to afford another lens!
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