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New Eye Tour


Hubby was having a cataract operation so we decided to catch the train to the city and stay a few nights in a hotel.  It was also a chance for me to explore the city with a new camera eye!

I recently bought a tiny point and shoot that I can carry in my handbag instead of lugging the DSLR everywhere.  This is my first adventure with the new camera. Let's see what it finds.

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  1. Happy adventuring!

    (Is that hubby's eye? The iris is a gorgeous blue-grey .)

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  2. Yes his eye. I think his eyes are more blue- green but it was looking kinda sad here from eye drops and injections.

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