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March 13, 2010

Help Me To Decide~CoolPix or not?

I absolutely LOVE my Canon Rebel digital camera, it takes the Best photos for me, but at times, I wish for a more compact camera that I can easily keep in my purse or pocket. Well, I finally broke down yesterday while at CostCo and bought a Nikon CoolPix itsy, bitsy, teeny weeny digital camera. I'm still not sure weather I'll keep it or not, bare with me while I share with you some test photos to help me decide. After taking a number of photos, a couple of them came out blurry. Apparently I must master staying VERY still while pressing the shutter-release button. The jury is still out on the camera....we'll see. Here are a few I took this morning using the Macro setting. Here's my Big Daddy.... Action photos at T-Ball practice this morning using the sports setting.... Playing 3rd Base.... Spectator Paige... I think the little camera did pretty well. I'll try it out for a few more days before I make my final decision. Any tips would be greatly appreciated! Last night I had a craving for some juicy, flavorful beef for dinner. After reviewing our freezer full of natural beef, I decided on London Broil. I like to marinate London Broil and this is what I use most of the time..... I marinate the beef in the refrigerator for at least two hours, yesterday it was marinated all day. You can choose to broil or barbecue London Broil. I broiled mine, six minutes on one side and eight minutes on the other. Then let the beef 'rest', covered with foil for 10 minutes. Slice and enjoy.... I also steamed some vegis to go with it... And beef always goes well with some red wine. Last night it was a Corda blend Reserve...
Happy Saturday!
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