It was an accident

it was an accident

…the sun came out, just for a moment on this otherwise mostly flat-lit grey morning, giving a twist to the twist.

I am very lucky having the time to look as I walk each day. And at the moment I am unable to stop taking pictures. A function, I suppose, of having a small camera about my person rather than failing to cart round the weight of the big one.

knot a hole

It’s not a camera I would ever have chosen for myself but having ended up with it (another accident) I’m learning that what I think I want or don’t want isn’t necessarily the best guide to the best fun.


Metal and wood are what I saw on my walk today. Such a short distance, so many lines and curves, so much beauty.

broken hearted

The rest (what, there are more? oh yes, discrimination has never been my strong point) can be seen here.

7 Replies to “It was an accident”

  1. Ach. Wrings my heart. thank you, as one of many who bless your weakness in discrimination :->

  2. How did you come to have it? It looks pretty cool anyway, and the results are certainly wonderful.

    I love my cheapcam sometimes, not least because it does a certain amount of the picture selection for me, by either making it bleeding obvious certain pictures won’t work, or by their being total crap if I try, so I have to work with what it will do, which is quite fun, like having just a big wax crayon to draw with instead of a set of watercolour pencils. It was the cheapest, quickest thing I could get on Amazon France a week or so before Christmas when the other camera broke down. It’s always in my bag. I suppose other people have camera phones, but that’s a bit too convergently sophisticated for me! :~)(or convergently sophisticated…)

    Been good to catch up; bravo on the Samaritans et al.

  3. Thank you all. dw, you’re a genius, I wish I’d thought of that line đŸ™‚

    Lucy, it was a birthday present for the ex. He later decided he didn’t want it.

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