Re: The best camera in the world is the one you have on you… I left the house today on my rusty old 10-speed, searching for a hill I can see on a ridge nearby.  I rode 15mi to the top of the climb with the last mile at 6%.  I got to the top, collapsed on a picnic table and then when I could see straight fished in my satchel for my camera. The camera I cleaned, changed lens and made sure was ready to go this morning because it was such a lovely day.  My fishing turned into rummaging and then my rummaging became frantic upending and emptying: No camera. I wasn’t willing to walk away without a photo, so back to the iPhone5 I went.  I took a few snaps and enjoyed the ride back down, a lot more than I did my way up.

Re: The best camera in the world is the one you have on you…

I left the house today on my rusty old 10-speed, searching for a hill I can see on a ridge nearby.  I rode 15mi to the top of the climb with the last mile at 6%.  I got to the top, collapsed on a picnic table and then when I could see straight fished in my satchel for my camera.

The camera I cleaned, changed lens and made sure was ready to go this morning because it was such a lovely day.  My fishing turned into rummaging and then my rummaging became frantic upending and emptying: No camera.

I wasn’t willing to walk away without a photo, so back to the iPhone5 I went.  I took a few snaps and enjoyed the ride back down, a lot more than I did my way up.