Do you think I could try shooting the Milking Way with a Canon SX50?
Great Pictures, I think # 3 is just great
I took the following from my truck window from the freeway, with my Canon SX50, this is the best Camera to keep in my truck.
Good, I was thinking that I was lost and I just was thinking I had a bad day at working and now it is coming home with me also.
That is why I like the SX50 so much it is a small little camera that just keeps on giving me more surprizes when I keep playing with it, I use it more that my Nikon because I have just one Lens and it is just great for me
Yes, I did use the aid of a Tripod, and Thank You
Still trying to learn this camera, but it is getting there.
Glad to see your post, I was thinking about you when I saw all of the very bad weather in your area.
Yes, was in Nam, 68-69 The Big Tet Off get me Two Purple Hearts but not a free trip home, same unit as chuck Hagel, the Sec Def and his brother. 9th Inf Div, and I retired out of the 9th Inf Div 2/1 Inf
I also, born and raised, East 32nd Street, Roger, Gault, and Lincoln, went into the Army in 1965 and Retired in 1985
You are very welcome, I just came in from Fort Lewis a couple of hours ago and I show that Letter to a couple of my friends out there and I got a very mixed review from the Retires it was all Thumb Up and the Ones still on active duty, cause he is the Commander in Chief they did say. But it was like I will get back to you. But again Thank You
Very well put, and I agree :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
This is the best letter that I got to read. Thank You, John Nantz, you should go on a speaking tour.
May ask what setting you use, plus they are great pictures
Thank You, and you are right We all can be very Thankful. :) :) :)