A little while ago, we celebrated the marriage of my husband's youngest sibling. It was such an exciting time because we had waited for this day for a long time. I had the pleasure of writing up a couple of chalkboards for the ceremony and the reception -- and I learned how much work actually goes into the art form, but I really enjoyed it.
This day was so special, and unfortunately my camera that I had for eight years decided that it would stop working so the only photographs that I got were a few that I took before the ceremony, and a couple of photographs with some crazy lens flares. Luckily there were a lot of other people taking photos that day, so I still have some to look at for the memories.
That's why about a week after the wedding I picked up a new -- to me -- camera from a local camera shop. I was previously using a Nikon D40 and have moved up to the D90, and I have to say that I love the extra little perks that come with it. It's a wonderful camera, and hopefully it will be with me for eight years or more!
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