New Camera Testing and The WI Market, Diss, Norfolk - 9th November 2004

It's time to finally upgrade to a digital SLR camera, now that the price for a Pentax *IST D has become "affordable". Fitted with an ancient manual prime lens from the 1970s, which still works, Nosher's out and about taking photos of anything

next album: Embrace and Ed Harcourt Live in Norwich, Norfolk - 17th November 2004
previous album: Feeding the Ducks, a Diss and Norwich Miscellany - 7th November 2004

Depth of field is something the compact cameras couldn't do

Cat A - Soph-bags

Cat B - The Sock

A random pile of DIY stuff

Wet berries

A rose blooms in November

A carpet of windfall apples

Up Rectory Road in Brome

The Sock eats a foot whilst sitting on the piano

St. Mary Magdalene Church in Diss

The top of the Market Place, outside the Museum

Burnt gold autumn leaves by the church

The Quartermaster's Stores

A WI plant stall by the Mere

A dog poses for a photo

The dog wanders off

Polly, a former colleague from Clays the book printers

The veg man

Andy the sausage hides under his awning

The WI again

The long drive leading up to Helmingham Hall

The gate lodge of Helmingham Hall

A test shot of a new automatic lens

The Big Giant Head on Cranley Green Road outside Eye

Sophie roams around

The hedge and a sunset

The Sock rolls over like a kitten

Pins on a world map

The BBs have a rehearsal round Henry's place

Jo looks over

Rob twangs away on guitar

Henry behind his kit

Rob and Henry, who looks a bit glum

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Depth of field is something the compact cameras couldn't do