Nice pictures, is that you running on the beach?
I have half the X chromosomes, half the swim suit, less than half the good looks, and about twice the years of the runner.
I'm starting to get things sorted with the camera, and iPhoto. Etiainen's right; it is fun. There are settings for all sorts of things, but I reckon I'll eventually be going back to something with more manual options, and an optical viewfinder.
Actually, it's not my first digital experience. That was back in the 1990s, when digital cameras first came on the market. Much of the information was in English, and Thai friends wanted one to use instead of having to scan photos to catalogue the products they were selling. The one we bought had a resolution of about 1 megapixel. I installed the software, and played around a bit with the pictures with Photoshop, then left their staff to get on with it.
So there I was, among the early adopters of e-marketing, but that was it for me with digital photography until the past week.
Some weekend soon, once the weather settles, I have in mind a bit of a motorcycle jaunt, which I will document and post. May and early June can be quite rough as the monsoon kicks in. Soon it should get better for a couple of months.