Having recharged the camera’s battery I became curious as to what pictures were left on the chip when the thing died.
I then spent hours hunting down the camera cable. I found that I could not use the one I’d purchased Monday. As a matter of note, I couldn’t use any of the stuff I purchased Monday. I spent hours searcing drawers and other secret places for battery chargers and cables and disks for the camera.
I finally got the camera hooked to the computer and turned all on to go. Nothing. Nada. Niks. Ziltch. No pictures. More searching.
My computer, I found, had the same abilities with nothing. No programs on it to handles external picture devises. More searching. Finally found the disks for the Cannon EO5. Finally found how to make them work. It’s been seven years since I’ve worried about pictures. Long time. I’ll have to relearn all.
So that was the morning. Fun times.
I’ve talked a lot about Dog. I thought I’d share a picture of him, the all American Mutt.
And as soon as I get use to taking pictures in the dark without a flash, or light to focus the camera, I give you a picture worth looking over.
From the reaches,