Thursday, December 27, 2007

Santa was very very good to me

This was the last photo I took with my old camera:
new camera: Canon PowerShot Elph

Santa gave me this new camera with 8.2 megapixels and anti-shake technology. I don't know exactly what those mean, but I do know I can capture our cat so you can get a glimpse of her cuteness now. Old camera just gave us a black blob. I kinda knew Santa was bringing me this gift because we looked at various cameras in the store.

This is the first photo I took with my new camera:
first photo with Elph: snow on Xmas
We had a tiny bit of snow on Christmas Day.

Among other things we had this
for our Christmas Eve dinner.

Steve asked, "Are we having that dragon food?"
"Dragon food?"
"You know, that thing you got at the farmer's market that looks like a dragon."
"Oooohhh. I think of that as the fractal vegetable."

For the life of me I couldn't remember the name of it, but I kept thinking of Brendan Fraser reading "Dragon Rider" and talking about the humunculus. The folks at the farmer's market told me it is the father of broccoli and cauliflower. I don't know about that, but I did find from some creative googling including the word fractal that it is called Romanesco. I like Dragon better. It tasted a bit like cauliflower, only more green, that is, bitter. I liked it, Steve not so much.

Goodbye, old camera. Steve wants to have it.
old camera: Canon PowerShot 3.2 megapixels

Steve's dad gives him a Christmas carving every year. These and the tree make up most of our Christmas decor.
christmas carvings

1 comment:

chez bez said...

I love new cameras. ;)

My best your way.