One of the most frequently asked questions readers have about my blog is what kind of a camera do I use.  I actually have 4 cameras & use all of them.

1rst photo is my Nikon D-90 & the Workhorse of all my photos.  It sports a Nikkor 18-55mm 1:3.5-5.6 lens.  I use this camera for most of my landscapes.

2nd photo is my older Nikon D-40 sporting a Nikkor 70-300mm 1:4.5-6.6 lens.  I use this camera & lens for most of my candid people photos, birds, animals, bugs & flower close-ups.

3rd photo is my Canon Powershot SX210iS & this point & shoot is the camera I carry in a case on my belt everywhere I go.

4th photo is my older Canon Powershot A730iS & is the camera that sits close to my recliner for most of those doggy living room photos.

Both Nikkor lenses are interchangable between the D-90 & the D-40.  I also have a spare Nikkor 50-200mm lens as well which will fit either Nikon.

Previous to my Nikon D-90, most of my photos were taken with my old faithful Nikon D-50 from about 2006 to early 2011 whereupon the D-50 suffered a rather gruesome death when it fell off a table onto a cement porch in southeastern Arizona.  The 70-300mm lens on the camera survived the fall but the D-50 did not:((

I also use Google's free Picasa 3.9 photo editing program.....

You might also be interested in my blog post entitled, 'SEEING WITH A PHOTOGRAPHER'S EYE'

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