Well-Nigh Wordless Wednesday: Mothy Goodness

I’m rather obsessive about carrying a camera with me, so I lug a Canon G11 around at all times.  Why does one need to carry a somewhat bulky, heavy camera in her bag?  This is why:

moth on the car

Moth on car window

Spontaneous moth photo action while waiting in the car for my ATM-visiting husband.  I.e., pure mothy goodness!

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6 thoughts on “Well-Nigh Wordless Wednesday: Mothy Goodness

    • I can’t do the things I can do with my G11 using my iPhone or any other camera phone and sometimes I just really need a good point and shoot, so I put up with the bulk and weight of my G11 rather happily. The macro is wonderful! I am normally a Nikon person (my DSLR, my first digital cameras, and my film cameras are all Nikons), but I was willing to cross over to the dark side to have a high quality point and shoot I could carry with me. Granted, I got the G11 because it was the closest thing to the Nikon Coolpix 995 I had as my first digital camera that I could get… :)

    • I’m super anal about protecting that camera. I always leave it inside a bag and in the shade if I’m out in the field. I NEVER leave it in my car. I try to keep it out of the sun as much as possible. It spends a lot of its life indoors with AC or evaporative cooling. It’s also really dry in AZ, so if I leave it in the shade it’s a lot cooler than in the sun, which isn’t so much the case where you live. And I have a waterproof bag for it that I also carry in my bag in case it starts raining or I’m going to be working near water. It’s a rather involved process, but it’s worked for nearly 2 years now!

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