Seeing the world in focus

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

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I hope you’ll excuse the remodel of an old post… I’m a little tied up today, but as I was once again asked what camera I use, I thought I’d share this from a couple of years ago…

My camera, its constant presence over my shoulder, has become something of a standing joke… it is true that I seldom move without it. You just never know what you will see, and the when and where are even less predictable. You might expect photographs when you are going somewhere specific, like a stone circle. You may even expect them on a frosty morning when the world is limned in crystal. You don’t always think to take the camera to the pub or the supermarket, let alone to work pretty much every day, yet it is at such moments that the opportunistic photograph will present itself… even if, nine times out of…

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