Easter Lilies In Bloom In New Hampshire (Indoors, Of Course) — Taken With 20 MP Nikon S3600

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by Anura Guruge

A Few Related Easter posts:
>> Easter 2015 egg hunt at the Guruge’s.
>> Easter Sunrise Service Cotton Mountain Church.
>> Easter Google Doodle.
>> 2015: Easter-Passover same weekend.
>> Easter 2014 at the Guruge place.
>> Second Best Ever Easter Joke.
>> Best Ever Easter Joke.
>> 2015 Easter Cakes from Kapruka.

++++ Search ‘Easter’ for MANY other posts >>>>

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 Reduced to 1,000 x 750 pixels [211 kB] (for your convenience) from the original 5,152 x 3,864 pixels [4.5MB].

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These, in contrast to my recent pictures, taken with a $39.90 refurbished Nikon Coolpix S3600 I got my hands on (from buydig.com) yesterday. I think the quality is pretty acceptable. 20.1 MP, and 4.5 MB, in original format. What is a hoot, other than the insane $40 price, is that it is miniscule, 3.8″ x 2.4″ x .7″. Real small. Will easily fit into a pocket. Smaller than my wallet, and that is pretty slim since I never have any money in it. That is basically the reason I ended up with this cute little camera. I got it for Deanna, on impulse, when I got a ‘it is yours for $39.90, free shipping” e-mail offer from buydig.com. She needed a new point-and-shoot. But as soon as it arrived I knew she would not like it. Too small! But perfect for me — as an adjunct for my rather bulky Canon T3i (or whatever is to come). So I ordered Deanna a rather fancy Olympus, from buydig (which arrived today), and kept the Nikon. So that is the story as to how I ended up with a Nikon Coolpix that is smaller than the standard lens on my DSLR. It really is small. Gets lost in my palm and I have small hands.

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