It’s not the camera, it’s the photographer…

…as Michael proves rather frequently using his mobile phone. I think this is splendid, for example.

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Hmm – I think that was my camera (old Ixus55) – but Michael did take it. Of course, really, it’s not the photographer, it’s the sunset…

Indeed it is better to have any camera to hand than no camera if one is an aspiring photographer. If Doug had a better camera on him, he might have spent more time fussing with the camera than simply enjoying the moment with the special person.

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