After reading a fantastic new book set in Prague (review of A Year And A Day by Isabelle Broom coming tomorrow) I was inspired to fish out the photos I snapped when I visited the magical city many moons ago.
Once I’d looked at them I got a bit hooked scrolling through various albums. What struck me is that I’ve enjoyed taking photos for far longer than I realised (and that’s only going back to when I got my first digital camera).
If you’d have asked me I would have said I was bitten by the bug when I got my DSLR in 2012 but, while I’m not suggesting they are anything special, I was clearly attempting to take nice photos long before that.
Anyway, there hasn’t been much time for taking pictures this week so I thought I’d include some old shots from various places. I was very lucky to be able to travel for work as well as holidays.
I’ve had two digital point and shoots, a Fuji FinePix (2650) and my trusted Canon Powershot (SD750), which travelled with me. The Canon, especially, took a bit of a battering in backpacks but always did me proud so much so I’ve kept hold of it (I turned it on last night and it still has battery!).
As I was looking through them I kept thinking what fun I’d have with my big camera now. I’ll just have to go back!