Sunday, 22 September 2013

The world through this lens is magical indeed!

The person writing this is someone who has survived her first two weeks of year 10! I am very proud of this fact, but that's not the subject of this post. Now, the thing I will be telling all ye fine folk about today is this: I have a new camrea! It's not a digital SLR (sadly), but that hasn't stopped me falling madly, and I mean MADLY, in love. It looks like this:
Yesterday, Bronia and took ourselves over to Chatsworth (For those of you who don't know it is a massive old house where the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire live, and it has a gorgy garden.), and I decided that it would be the perfect place to test out my camera.
(It has about a gazillion modes - this is it on 'food mode'!)
When we got to Chatsworth the first thing we saw was this fantsticly gorgy meadow of wild flowers, so we spent about an hour taking photos of them all - I'm just gonna bombard you with photos! (Hmm...I said gonna. Is that worrying?)




And there are many more...

Then we climbed up on top of these massive rocks and got stared at...but we didn't notice, we were too busy surveying our kingdom!

This was a gorgy little tunnel to the fairy world...

This picture makes me laugh so much! The camera has loads of funny things you can play around with, and one of them is Reflection Mode, so here is my bestie Bronia, hopelessly reflected!
This is the'classic' view of Chatsworth, down past the Emperor Fountain.

I relise this picture is of nothing interesting whatsoever, but I just think it looks nice! So, yeah, that was basically my day yesterday! I had a great time, and I think my camera SHONE.

4 comments:

  1. Wow! Your camera (and you) takes such lovely photos! I'm not surprised you lob it soooo much!
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  2. Wow! Your camera (and you) takes such lovely photos! I'm not surprised you lob it soooo much!
    xxxx

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  3. Wow! Your camera (and you) takes such lovely photos! I'm not surprised you lob it soooo much!
    xxxx

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