Today Allison and I went with New England Photo Expeditions for a walking tour of Boston Churches. We met at the Old North Church and had about 45 minutes to walk around and photograph the place. Then it was off to Saint Leonard Church around the corner. That church had a very nice little garden with some great statues and I took some nice shots of the statues using my telephoto/macro lens on the macro setting. I like that lens much better than my other one. Then it was around the corner again to Saint Stephen’s Church for additional photos. After that we were off to King’s Chapel. In King’s Chapel their were people doing Tory Stories or rather telling visitors the history of the church in traditional garb.
After that we went to a cemetery and then to lunch at Beantown Pub. You can see the whole Gallery on Flickr.
I am not sure if Allison will be letting me go on any more of these trips as I got serious lens envy and really would love to get a nice Nikon FX VR lens. The DX VR lens I used was sweet, 18-200mm. I liked using that one. However, any new equipment is not in my future as our TV died today. It just up and died. I shut it off and it would not turn back on at all. Updated: TV is fine, just needed to be unplugged and plugged back in, lucky as my 2 year warranty was up in January, this past January.
And I used my PhotoTrackr today but when I got home I realized that I had upgraded the software but not the firmware on the device so I could not get the geotags from my photos today. I will have to manually geotag them. The reason I didn’t find this out before we left was that my laptop is acting screwy and would not boot up with the PhotoTrackr or any other program for that matter. I really hope I don’t run into any trouble in the next two weeks as I have some major demos during that time.
While on the trip I learned about this type of site, it is pretty funny.
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