action hero.

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the slippery slope.

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small is good.

every now and then it pays to look through the bargain basket. i am the first to admit that most of the time it’s more a ‘bin’ than a ‘basket’ but on very rare occasions you can come across a gem. this time it was a sony nex 3c kit with 2 lenses for less…

stay dry.

some five years back our photo career started with a (then top notch) canon ixus. all the photos we took during our us trip were taken with that small 2 mp camera, and even though its capabilities are less then optimal by today’s standards we are still happy with the pictures. we did, however, miss…

cyclops.

you might have noticed that some of the pics kris recently shot look … odd. out of proportion. somewhat distorted. all the fault of this thing: kris’ new (new) toy is a sigma 12-24mm wide angle zoom lens. a huge thing by all standards, although i did cheat a little in the picture above. the…

never again off track.

that is to say that i seem to be one of those rather lucky people born with a good sense of direction. give me a map or equivalent and i will most probably get to the right place with a minimum of hassle. still, while i absolutely adore maps (i usually keep a good selection some place close) i always…