Weekly Photo Challenge: Treasure

Before I get to involved in writing this post, I want to encourage all photographers (amateur or professional) to take a quick survey over at Chris’s Calling All Photographers post.

Treasure is theme this week for WordPress’s Weekly Photo Challenge.  The only things I really treasure in life is Chris and our 4-legged kids.  I’m sure you are all tired of those photos.  So the only other thing I can think of is my camera and I talk about that all the time since I got my mirrorless Nikon 1 V2.  You all have seen my most favorite photos a couple of times.  So I thought I would take a photo of all my backup drives.  I tend to take between 15,000 and 30,000 photos a year and I keep most of them.  I usually only throw out the really blurry ones, which are really few and far between.

This is 5 of my 3 Terabyte backup drives and my USB hub.
This is 5 of my 3 Terabyte backup drives and my USB hub.

Here is a photo I took of a daffodil that I uploaded on to my IMac and then took a photo of it.  I do treasure my computer too.

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Qi (energy) hugs,

Cee

Check my new Three’s Cooking blog, learning to cook from the heart.  If you ever want electronic copies of my photographs, please contact me.  Sites where I have my photography for sale.

34 Comments

  1. Doesn’t matter what others say or think if you treasure something you may for sure use it over and over again. Same here. I treasure Trompie so much I started a blog only on him just because I can’t stop treasuring him!

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  2. Well, my hard drives are very treasured items for me, and who knows might even feature in a post….once I have got my bread around the new theme I am trying, or return to the old one!!

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  3. Great take on this challenge, Cee. I was thinking along the exact same lines, but went for the traditional.

    I’m curious about those mirror-less cameras. I would like to try one out before I buy. I shoot mainly birds and wildlife, so it needs to focus fast.

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