Sunday, February 27, 2011

How do you like the February fog?

My new header is from the same spot as the other one, except today there's not much to see but fog.  Don't worry, I'll put the other one back on soon.  The fog today is as thick as pea soup... which is what we're having for dinner today, by the way.  


This is my dog in the fog.  


This is the back of my house in the fog.  


The ugly spot inside my camera lens seems to be spreading like cancer; I'm wondering if there's someplace I could take my Canon SD 1100 to get it worked on.  Anybody know?  I hate to have to buy a new one if this one can be fixed for a reasonable cost.  On the other hand, if the repair would cost as much as a new camera, forget it.  It is a relatively cheap camera.  

8 comments:

Hyperblogal said...

It's dust on the sensor. With an inexpensive point and shoot the only option is destruction. If you opt for a new one make sure it has "sensor cleaning" built in.

Sonya said...

Pretty dreary here today too. Lots of rain and storms around. Wow I've never heard of the built in sensor cleaning as Hyperblogal mentioned. I'm ready for a more powerful camera but I won't even ask for that any time soon. lol Good luck. I think your pictures look great and I really haven't noticed anything wrong with them!

Margaret said...

The fog is pretty and eerie, if you don't have to be in it. I love photos of it though! I'm a camera idiot.

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Your pea soup sounds pretty good on a winter day like today! Hope your Sunday is a great one!

kcmeesha said...

David is right, they charge more than the camera costs just for looking at it, before the repair even starts. New ones are cheaper than they used to be.

Lindie said...

We have the same fog here too. I am going out in it soon to take my daughter's family some chicken and noodles. Too much for me!

Kathy said...

I love a foggy day.

KC Photog Blog said...

In answer to your question: I love the fog and I love this foggy weekend, mostly because they're rare and they don't last long here.