Last week I went out to feed the animals and I thought that it would be a good time to take pictures. The sun was out, the weather was warm, and the animals were just begging to have their pictures taken. Well, maybe not. Anyway, I took my camera out with me when I went to feed. After I fed the goats, I tried to take some pictures only to find out that the batteries were dead in the camera. Oh well, I'll just get some more batteries from the house after I feed the rabbits and chickens. So I took the camera and laid it on the lawn chair. I didn't want to take it up to feed the chickens and rabbits if it didn't work. I don't want it broken......
So I got the rest of the animals fed and watered and came back down to the house. I walked right by the camera. It had completely gone from my mind. Skip a few hours later and Hubby comes home from work. He walks into the house and he has a weird look on his face. "What's wrong?" I ask.
"Where's the camera?" he asked.
My stomach hit the ground. I FORGOT IT OUTSIDE!!!!
He takes the camera out from behind his back. He had found it in the yard. The view screen was busted, and there were teeth marks all over it. Yep, Jack had him an expensive chew toy. I FELT SICK.
So now I'm without a camera (except my phone), and I have a lot of things that I want to take pictures of. Figures. hehehe
So to all of you photographers out there, what kind of camera do you use and why?
So until next time,
Small Farm Girl, cameraless. Say that 5 times fast. lol