A ‘Think’ A Day, Keeps Alzheimer’s At Bay.

by Anura Guruge

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From my soon to be released NEW book

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The MegaZoom Nikon P900 Is Also Pretty Awesome At Taking Macros.

by Anura Guruge

NO post-processing whatsoever.

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I have had my Nikon P900 for just over 2 years. I have not been using it much of late. Appears that today is the first time I have used it since June! Yikes.

I am THINKING of selling it because it is a shame to keep such a camera and not use it.

Then I took these macro shots. They continue to please and impress. I won’t get much for the P900 now that the P1000 is out — BUT I probably can get enough to buy a decent, fullframe Nikon lens for the Nikon Z6 I plan to get early in 2019. No rush. I am going to think about.

Given that I am so used to a fullframe now — with my trusty Sony a7 II (that I have had for 18 months) — using this camera, with its TINY 1/2.3″ sensor feels like a joke. So, limiting OTHER than when shooting macro.

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“The Illusionist” Movie (2006) — Even Better & Still Enthralling The Second Time Around.

by Anura Guruge

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I am not a great fan of rewatching movies. As such, I do it quite rarely. “The Illusionist” was one such exception and I am GLAD I watched it again. It was better the second time around.

I had seen over a decade ago — which is fair enough in that it came out 12-years ago.

It is now on Amazon Video which is how I came across it. I wanted Teischan (12) to see it. That is why we watched it, Saturday night.

Great story. Great magic. Easy to watch. Very enthralling. Highly recommended. Enjoy.

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Did YOU Get Tickets For Christmas ‘Revels 2018’ (Cambridge) — I Did.

by Anura Guruge

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I had tickets, bought & PAID, 3-minutes
after they went on sale!

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Buying tickets for Christmas Revels the DAY they go on sale to the public has been a cherished, yearly ritual for at least the last 7-years. It used to be for ‘Revels North‘ (at Dartmouth) and it had to be the front row.

The last few years we have been going to the ‘mothership’, the original Revels in Cambridge, Mass at the incomparably beautiful Sanders Theatre. We like the center balcony seats. The last few years I have only managed to get the 2nd row — which isn’t bad. But, I wanted to try for the very front row.

The tickets went on sale, to the general public, at 12:00pm today, Saturday, October 20, 2018. It was on my online calendar for the last 2-days.

I made sure that I completed my 3.5-mile run early just to be on time. I was at my computer, ready to go, at 11:40am. By 11:55am, I was logged on — credit card in hand.

Right at noon, as soon as the ‘BUY’ button appeared I was on it. It took a few seconds for it to respond. No messing around. I knew exactly what 4 seats I wanted. Went straight for them — like a laser. Snagged them. No messing around. Paid for them.

All done in 3-minutes. I am sure I was one of the first to buy tickets. I am happy. See you there. Cheers.

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