Remember when I was considering upgrading my Nikon P900 to the newer P1000… well I went out and took photos of one of my favorite subjects, waterdrops. And I was reminded why I get frustrated with the Nikon P900. With my Canon and various lenses I can manually focus on the element I want, the Nikon isn’t very cooperative. The Nikon P1000 has a focus ring on it that supposedly will make it so that I can do that function. But I was soooo frustrated taking photos that day, that I was still on the fence about spending the money on something, that I already have equipment that works for me. Then the owl cave was empty, so suddenly the need for a longer range camera was eliminated. Also I can’t help but wonder if Nikon has given up on this line of cameras or if they are about to come out with another one… it’s been like 5 years since the Nikon P1000 came out, so do I wait and see if there is another variation?
But the owls being gone helped me decide that I will definitely wait until I have a subject that requires what the P1000 could do. For now, I have plenty of equipment that works for my usual subject matter. Not to mention that on Monday the vet called, after talking to the oncologist, and the recommendation for chemo for Duke is still the way to go. So Duke will start chemo next week, so obviously, Duke is my top priority.
Anyway, here are some photos I got from the Nikon P900, note all the things in the background that the Nikon wanted to focus on, heh…
This one is my favorite…
Until next time…
4 thoughts on “Water drops…”
These are beautiful pics. 🥰
Thank you so much!
Water drops are the best to photograph.
Yes, water drops are my favorite. I’m not sure why I’m so entranced with them, but I am!