Those PowerShot cameras are pretty good. The pics turned out great. Night shots can be tricky sometimes. I'v taken some with a flash and some without a flash. And sometimes the ones with the flash turn out better and then other times. the ones taken without turn out much better. LOL Bet there was some 'hair pulling' while you were setting it all up, eh. But it was worth it.
Thanks. Glad you liked the photos. Our camera is a little CanonPowerShot A2400IS. Anyhoo...it takes 4-5 days to set up IF I do it solo. Took 6 hours with MsAnna's help. It does come fwith headaches:burned fuses & lamps. Have it all plugged into a remote control. Sh-h-h....have MORE plugged in to control than supposed to. Such small elec. output though. Have stuff in backyard also.
Okay we have been following APC and hubby's health. The doctors were gonna do a scan? Well, what I want to say is...and don't take this wrong, but...I hope they find something. The thing that is causin' hubby to be sick. Hope they find it pronto! And it's benign or something that is curable, treatable, will go away and not come back. DAMMIT FIND SUMTHIN' DOC! Treat the damn' thing, kick it on down the road! Get the man healthy! "Nuff sed. Posted this on da 'Sofa with good intentions, high thoughts, best wishes the other day cuz' we(MsAnna n' me)are thinkin' 'bout ya'. In our prayers too.
http://cheezburger.com/8130084352 Whoa! Um...think I'll wash the car by myself. Yes...can do it solo. Thank-you very much. I know fer sure that NC would be doin' sumthin' unnatural with the car vac. Don't ya' agree, APC/
I guess 'tis truth in the saying: 'Cats are like potato chips, you can't stop with just one.' Caesar's alternative home would have been at a farm; with a mongrel farm dog to avoid otherwise end-up losing a leg or worse. Through the years; cats have come to us, some how sensing that they are safe here. And it is a safe haven for them. Chester I and his mate used to sleep out in the middle of our back yard. But we have a private hedge on north side and lilac hedge on the south. An old private bush at the far end of the yard. Seclusion and safety. Our old garage door is a 2-section folding type with a 3rd section that opens like a door. Warpped by decades of rain and settling concrete, it doesn't close all the way. There is a 5" gap. I use a long padlock to span the gap, but it has been the entrance to our garage for the yard cats seeking shelter/safety. Whenever we come across a cat/kitten in a homeless situation and no other way, it comes to us. I cannot say No to them. They don't take up much space anyway. They are our children and live long lives with us. So, we ARE crazy cat people!