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December 20, 2008

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I once heard that you have to start a process in order to keep it going. It definitely applies to photography!

Great post as always! I agree with that so much and it's what I tell myself whenever I get close to blaming the kit I have.

My phone camera gets a LOT of use. Here are some I've taken with it if you're interested...

http://flickr.com/search/?q=k800&w=24441575%40N04

Hope the link works!

Regards and keep 'em coming!

Word! Damn right, Gordon. Let's quit complaining and start clicking.

Once again thanks for your refreshing posts. That's what we are here for.

Greetings,
I ran into your blog a few days ago ... via Photo News Today, I think. Anyway, I've been spending the last little while going back through your archives; reading your words and viewing your images. I've been enjoying many wonderful scenes and many interesting and inspirational thoughts.

Todays post really hits home. More from a "just been stuck in a rut" type of "excuse," as lately I've found more reasons to *not* shoot then just get out there and do it. So thanks for the proverbial kick in the pants, my man! It was just the tonic this lazy (as of late) photographer needed.

I've taken the liberty of adding "Shutterfinger" to the blogroll on "The Way I See It," my very own humble little blog: http://thecelticcamera.blogspot.com/. Hopefully, you'll check it out, along with my main page, "The Celtic Camera Photography."

Slainte
Gareth

I totally agree with you on this one. I'm a professional photographer and I run a blog too ( in Finnish ) and I have been planning to write about the same thing. During the Christmas I got involved with some equipment conversations while visiting relatives and it was so much nonsense. So may people think that their photos will be better with if they get another new piece of equipment.

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