I managed to actually get out yesterday morning and take some photos for myself. It had been a long time since I have had the chance to do so and it felt really good. My camera of choice was actually the Nikon D700. It's a camera I purchased recently as a backup and one that I owned before. It's an 'older' camera and has long since been replaced but to be honest, it is still one of my favourite cameras to date, which is why I ended up buying it again for photography.
My first destination was the Marina. I wasn't sure how much longer all the boats would be docked down there so I wanted to make sure I got some shots while they are all still there. There was hardly anyone walking around in the morning, even though it was relatively nice out. So, there weren't too many opportunities for people shots. Instead I focused more on scenes and a bit of randomness.
I wasn't really looking anything in specific to capture, just whatever caught me eye. Perhaps I should try choosing a theme or a subject one of these days for a further challenge, but the point of this particular walk was to just get out finally and see what I could find.
Even though the D700 isn't the lightest camera, I still find it out comfortable to hold and I'm still amazed at the colours and tones it produces, even though it's only 12 megapixels. Thanks for viewing!