26 May 2009

I wishyou were mine...
this photography thing is burning a hole in my empty pockets. I can only ebay my way to so much. I have two photography workshops in June...and this sweet piece of glass would make my attempts seem...less...less hopeless.

then there was you...and all else paled in comparison...

wait, shouldn't I be saying that to my husband? eh, he knows how I feel about him...this is something else...something new...like your first crush in high school...y'know when your world is spinning and you know that you just wouldn't have the strength to take a breath unless you were in the room together. That's how this lens makes me feel...and yet...this lens is the High School Jock and he always ends up with the Cheerleader...and I'm on the debate team and play cricket...what am I talking about...I never liked the jock...I preferred the bookish guy who read Thoreau.

So much for analogy...

5 comments:

Lost and Found said...

It's such an expensive hobby but then again I imagine any hobby is. I have SO much stuff to list on ebay so I can buy more goodies. I'd like to take a class so looking around here for summer ones at the colleges, etc.

Casey said...

If it makes you feel any better (you know the misery loves company thing) I am in the same position. I have a class in September and I'm not sure it will be worth it with the camera / lens I have.... but I don't think I can get anything else at this point. Oh... but to dream!!

Casey said...

Hey! The swing shot was with a Nikon D50 with the kit lens. I still haven't bought any new lenses... although I would love to eventually. I had it on the "action" mode... the one with the small running man :) And I took about 50.... so one had to turn out :)

kris said...

i have to admit i love my lenses. but i so cannot afford the ones i want anymore. at all.

Jonni said...

I know...I just love new camera and photography stuff. It's all just so darn expensive :(.

Hope you had a super fun time at your photography workshop this weekend.

Hugs,
Jonni