Some snow would give me great spots for picturing my black girls :-)
Im about to buy a camera, kinda of lazy in searching a decent one that fit my budget...
Mother will keep using her hated cell phone - new ones with decent cameras are impossible to get for the money I have for...
I sure do hope you find a camera apple...would live to see photos of the girls...yeah they would sure show up in the snow wouldn't they!!! my black boy..Nemo hates the snow and won't put his furry little paw anywhere near it, but Sami is much braver and will take a few steps...his paws get all wet and cold than he's had enough...
were waiting for some pics......♥
That is so cute. We don't get snow very often, but a few years ago we had significant snowfall that made it look like we were living in a part of the country that always gets the amount of snow I'm talking about. At first, Akira did the cute investigating like Teia--out on the patio. Then, when the snow get to be deeper than ankle deep for Akira, she lost interest. We had just our usual passing dusting some time last winter and I tried to get Akira to look at it. She was actually pretty funny. She didn't even feign interest in the stuff. I wonder if she remembers how deep that snow got on the deck a few years ago. We haven't gotten any snow at all this year. We don't get snow every year in these parts. So, it's actually even more fascinating to watch our pets investigate the snow when we do get a bit of snow, since it's not routine here.
Camera is home - now, please mail me the Snow :-)
Loreena accept ice in her water, not sure about real snow
Its a Nikon Coolpix S2600
Still practicing - paper handbook is quite poor, digital instructions ( CD ROM) is good but is pretty tiring reading about 200 pages pdf in a computer screen and also not very productive being away from the camera itself.
Crazy about uploading something here - and still fighting to get the Menus Pages I do always need...
Btw, Bkitty, I guess mines will be here first than those from your feline halloween ...I hope so ;-)
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