clover has decided that she will just go on and go downstairs by herself now, but see, she can’t. so she falls. i love how the lensbaby accentuates her descending “technique”.
the twins are still addicted to their pacifiers, but i am trying (stop laughing) trying to keep them to bedtime only. it is just so easy to plug ’em…cause the twins are dramatic and require a lot of appeasing. i am all for comfort at bedtime though so don’t even try to give me the giving up the pacifier/thumb sucking/security object advice.
i decided to try the lensbaby on my old d200 this weekend and while of course it fit, i prefer this lens on my d3. i just found the viewfinder on the d200 too dark and hard to use when i was focusing with the lensbaby and the crop factor was too tight. i am thinking that by the end of the year, i may need to get a d700 so that i can always be shooting with 2 cameras (since i prefer prime lenses it makes sense) and my d200 will get passed down to my protégé.
may has begun and with it unfolds a very busy time. it also means that our first book deadline is fast approaching so my words here will be sparse, i will just have to fall back on my visual storytelling skills.