Tuesday, January 18, 2011

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At times I can become, lets say … overly enthusiastic, boardering obsessive, about things. I have allowed my quest to improve my photographic skills, to take over. I like to think of this as a good thing. I am not sure the rest of my family feels this way, and I am expecting to come home one day and find them sitting here starting an intervention.

When B arrived home, after a long day at work, I offered to take him out to dinner. A relaxing evening for him. I would even drive. After the 30 minute ride and upon arriving at our destination, to B’s surprise, there is was a camera shop in the same plaza. Go figure!

Here he is, patiently waiting while I integrated the expert at the shop. Asking about and trying many of the marco and zoom lens. Yes, I have visions of him dragging me off to the car and driving me to photography rehab.




ISO 800, f/2.2, 1/400

7 comments:

Kimberly said...

Funny! Great shot! I tend to obsess about things too. Like blogging. And photography. And running. And reading. And ...

:)

leavesnbloom said...

I am still trying to convince mine that I need a new camera - at least you got yours as far as the shop - mine is still even resisting that LOL

Courtney said...

This makes me laugh! Well if you have to go to rehab you better stop by my house and pick me up! I have a serious problem :O)

snapshots2011 said...

Your first two sentences scared me- I thought you were about to give up photography!
But hey- B said he'd take you for better or worse, sickness and health--- so what if a little camera obsession is your sickness? :)

Chelsea said...

Ha ha, what a great story! I'm sure my husband wants to duct tape my mouth up sometimes when I go on and on about settings and shots! I love his face!

Kara said...

hehe after reading this, it made the picture even more funny. You can totally read what he's thinking!

Janell said...

hehe I love the look your hubby is giving you. Classic! Great shot.