I made a holster out of an old bag and a bit of cardboard tube, to stop my camera from weighing so heavily on my neck and banging on my hip. I made it long enough (I hope) for a zoom lens when I get one.
In just a few days we have a lake out the back. Somewhere under there is a sidewalk. The lake extends almost all the way to the parking lot on the left.
This is what our covered parking looks like in the spring! The water in the mains underneath freezes and the melt from the roof backs up and floods it. This was after the company had come and steamed the pipes to get them flowing again and our maintenance guy had spread de-icer all over. You couldn't pay me to park under there.
I have new glasses! I was told by the optometrist to try progressive lenses, that they would solve the problems I've been having with the screen being to far away to see correctly. Well, that problem is solved, however, the side to side vision will take a bit of getting used to - I seem to have to move my head to read a paperback. Very narrow field of focus, just the edges of the page are out of focus. Oh well, I am sure I will adjust eventually.
Oh, don't click to enlarge, that just gets scary ;)