- From: "J" <gjthsjthfk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 14 Dec 2011 15:11:30 -0000
"Pete A" <pete3.attkins@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On 2011-12-14 14:33:41 +0000, David Kerber said:
In article <1s%Fq.93489$Rz.31617@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
What I might be 'bitching' about is the fact that that 10D didn't come
my life easily. Nope! It represents many weeks of extra hard work to
with the then price of £1,600. So, letting it go for buttons makes my
so meaningless in a way.
Granted there are people who can just put it down to excperience, pick
the pieces and get on with it, unfortunately I was never brought up with
that kinda attitude. If something was important and worth something
to me it's still worth something 'now'. Maybe it's sentimentatlity, I
but I feel like I'm dumping an old friend! That's not on, friends don't
That's kind of how I felt when I finally unloaded my long-suffering
Canon A-1 film camera. It was a really tough decision when I considered
all the places I took that camera, and all the pictures it took. But
when it had sat unused for something like 5 years, I decided it would
rather by used than sit unused, and let it go to somebody who really
Yep, I put together a really nice kit consisting of film camera, zoom
lens, flash, remote release, camera bag, and accessories for college
student. I knew it would help that person along their pathway just as it
had done for me. The "thank you" e-mail I received was priceless.
And an email like that would mean more to me than any amount of cash ever
could. Well done.
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