Squidge in motion

For Christmas Wal gave a great camera.  All these months since Christmas I’ve been in love w/ my camera.  It was exactly what I wanted.  A nice camera to throw in my bag/pocket/pushchair and take thousands of photos of Squidge.  Everything I wanted this camera to be it was.  Rarely do I leave the house w/out my camera.  It’s small and I don’t have to worry about breaking it. 

Add a highly mobile Squidge and this is my world now…

squidge in motion

DSC03404So I’ve fallen out of love with my camera. It’s a sad day here in the house of Squidge. Between the slow shutter speed and all the fuzzy (I think the shutter speed is the reason for the fuzzyess) photos well it’s just not doing it for me any more.


  1. Sarah
    September 21, 2007 /

    Time either for a shiny new camera, perhaps a Nikon D40, or – and this is the cheaper option – a sedative.

  2. Troy
    September 22, 2007 /

    Ah yes, the wonderful Nikon D40…it’s on my Christmas/birthday/anniversary/cuz-I’m-a-great guy gift list too, for exactly the same reason. For every great shot, my camera takes about 10 blurry ones. Grrrr….I empathize.

  3. maria
    September 22, 2007 /


  4. September 23, 2007 /

    i have my big fancy spendy camera for portraits and serious picture taking and then my throw it in my bad camera for other stuff… The pictures are never as crisp, but they are still good… but it’s also got a video function (which is how I recorded my Vlog the other day)

    If I wasn’t too lazy to get off my end to go see what kind it is I would tell you because it wasn’t too spendy.

  5. moosh in indy.
    September 23, 2007 /

    Pushchair is a stroller for us Yanks right?
    I had to move up to a high speed camera when the moosh started moving. It’s served me well, it was about $200 USD.
    Or you could just say “Squidge, about this time your life became a constant abstract work of art, baby.” As you hand her piles of blurry pictures.

  6. September 24, 2007 /

    I’m not sure any camera can keep up with her. lol