I still have a lot to learn on the new camera but it's a lot like my Pentax so I just decided to go out and shoot some pics. This is the first one I took, at my house, the morning of September 9. Putting the strap on the camera took way longer than it should have, and I headed out for a walk to town in the early afternoon.
Businesses come and go, but this part of town has remained largely unchanged in the way it looks from when I was a kid.
The Port O'Call.....Buzzards Bay's finest establishment. It's got a reputation as a very rough and tumble bar, and for awhile it was under the control of a local biker gang. It's also the closest bar to Mass Maritime Academy. I would have to assume that the bikers and cadets didn't mix well.
Tents were going up in the park for the annual Scallop Festival.
My pics are a little washed out on the landscape setting so I need to work on that.
Then I tried out the zoom lens. I love it. Way better than my other zoom. My only complaint is that the button to release the lenses is on the left side and that's not intuitive to me because I've shot exclusively with Pentax since the 1980s and their button is on the right. I fumble a lot and a quick lens change is not possible at this time. I'm glad I found that out before I go on any whale watches!
These clouds were so unusual. I see the profiles of people in them, facing left.
This is looking down into a pit or cellar.
I love this house. I would give anything to live there!!!!
Very pretty homes in my neighbourhood.