The D7K has been gone for 3 weeks, only to be returned with a “nothing wrong” with it. Well, I don’t agree. SD cards work at times, and other times do not, even if they worked the day before. Something is off. I’ve got a card in there which is recognized and working, and for now will transfer pictures with the camera attached to a USB cable. Let’s see what happens with this card – could conk out one day.
Until the camera went into the hospital, I did not realize just how much time I was spending with photography. I am not sure that this is such a good thing. Other activities certainly went by the wayside, such as knitting and painting, and I have missed those. The past three weeks has seen a pick-up in the knitting area, and I’ve begun some socks and a hat, and designing a sweater (yet again!) for Josh.
What this all means is that my activities need to be more diverse – it feels almost OCD to always be focused (if you will excuse the pun) so much on pictures and software.