There was some sunlight during 3p.m. today. Therefore I took a camera loaded with a roll of slide - I took a few photos with it in flower show, and the D70 to a park nearby. I wanted to finish the roll of slide ASAP.
I met a six-year-old boy in the park. He came closed to me curiously. We started a tropic about bees.
He looked at my exotic machine. I know he was interested to it. I let me look through the view finder of my camera. The boy got overjoy and used his hand to examine my lens. My, my. He left his fingerprint on the front glass of the lens. Oops. Fortunately, I had my lens-cleaning eqipment with me.
I took away the camera with slide and put D70 (Digital SLR) on my tripod. I lock an extension tube with a 105mm micro lens on the DSLR. We shot a few flowers, then we played a tracing game to small bugs and beatles in flowers. One of the wonderful things about DC is that you can let kids take as many photos as they like. The boy at the beginning was very timid, but very soon he shoot the bugs with the DSLR like using an machine gun. :)
After he has learnt how to enlarge photos and to seach bugs on photos, he imitated me to adjust the focus ring on lens and to move the tripod. Of course, he lost the focus to the bug every time he did, but he was having fun. I sometimes re-focused the bugs and flowers for him. We had a wonderful time.
Anyway, his hand is too small, so most of photos he shoots are shaked. The photos on this post were all my works.
The last two photos were taken near my home on Thrusday evening. I just put them together on this post.