Sunday, May 3, 2009

the Key to a good day



Natural light. Taken with a Kodak point and shoot.

BTW, my husband asked me to mention he's selling his Canon EOS 30D. He upgraded to a 50D and planned to use the 30D as his backup but is finding he's not pulling it out all that much and hates to see it go unused. It's in excellent condition and has been regularly sent in for scheduled cleanings and maintenance. It's a great entry level camera into the prosumer series of Canon EOS digital SLRs. It's in excellent condition, no scratches or anything and he has always kept the screen covered with screen protectors. It's the body only and he's asking $550. He's pretty firm on the price and says if anyone would like a more flexible price it's $600 and then he'll negotiate down to $550 if it makes them feel better. Having looked through his camera bag I'd guess you could probably also talk him out of his Canon 85mm f1.8 lens if you made a good offer (he hinted he'd take $350). He seems to use his 100mm more now that he has it.
He says to check out dpreview.com for more info on the 30D.
(http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/specs/Canon/canon_eos30d.asp)

If you are interested, you can email me--princess (dot) jen (at) comcast (dot) net.

7 comments:

AprilF said...

Very sweet. I love his rosy cheek showing.

Katy said...

What a total pearl... I love this shot... the angle, the lashes, the blond blond hair, his sweet rosy cheeks! ahhhh.. everything just screams CUDDLE-ABLE! Great picture!

Good luck on selling your camera, looks like a great deal (i'll email you when I get my winning lotto ticket) I'll send on the message if i hear of anyone in the market!

Breezi said...

What a sweet little guy! I love the soft colors of his blonde hair, pink cheeks, plaids. Great job!

zealygirl said...

My sons have that shirt! I love it.

Rachel H. said...

um, YA! SLEEPING BABY, TOTALLY EQUALS A GOOD DAY! WOO HOO!

Glad you posted!!!

Blake said...

very nice shot. I like to colors in it too kind of soft but bright.

Alan J said...

Really creative angle. I would maybe have included a little more of his face instead of so much of his shirt.