June 23, 2011

Drama




The last shot before my camera fell. Dramatic clothes filled with beads, sequins, and drama.


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Himself: He had a light day yesterday, finished everything early, and came home to hold my hand.

Herself: Really miserable yesterday, but did well with WW up to yesterday. According to WW online. I’ve lost 20 pounds. I confess, I ate dinner over my broken camera. My hip, front, back and side, was also the worst I remember it in years. Acres of books had been donated to the store. We got most out.

WW foods for the day: Breakfast: Coffee, mixed Veggies, yogurt. Lunch: Half sandwich and a diet Coke. Dinner: Hamburger and a salad. I didn’t eat all the burger.

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I dropped my camera.

Bottom line, the neckstrap snapped as I was reaching to pull something straight on a gown I was shooting, and the camera fell to the cement floor.

I came directly home to get another camera. Yes, I still have my Pentax and all its lenses. Yes too, I have an old Rebel but the batteries were dead. All of them. Lastly, there was G’s point and shoot. I borrowed it after getting his permission and giving him the bad news.

I went back and finished shooting the glamorous stuff for the Discovery shop Glam show this Friday night, came home and posted all the shots to Facebook, and I didn’t fall apart. G came home way, way early, put batteries on to charge, took me to weigh-in…the first ever before dinner, dinner, and a new point and shoot.

The camera will go into the shop this Saturday. The lens is bent at an odd angle, and all I can do is pray that they can make it work again.






9 comments:

  1. Owie, keeping my fingers crossed for your camera. Wow, what glam/glitter apparel. Don't see any of that in our little burg's shops.

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  2. Oh no! I am hoping for good camera karma! The clothing is breathtaking!

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  3. In the meantime, what gorgeous clothes and your photos did them justice! Hope your camera gets fixed shortly. Good luck!

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  4. Hope your camera lives.....what gorgeously glittery garb!

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  5. Love the stuff. I wish I was near your shop. I would immediately buy one of those tops.
    Hope the camera recovers.

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  6. Re: your camera Arggggggggggggh!

    Re: the clothes Lovely!!!!

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  7. Oh! The agony of the falling camera. I remember setting one down on a bridge in Fall River, Massachusetts only to realize I had set it down one foot beyond the post and watching it fall hundreds of feet into the river.

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  8. Can you imagine doing the needle work on those fabulous gowns and clothes!

    So sorry to hear about the camera. Will keep my fingers crossed.

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  9. So sorry about your camera, but those point and shoots (I have one too) do a good job all the same. The evening blingwear was quite nice. It would also be quite nice if I ever had a place to wear such glam! Good show.

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