Photo from the day in 2006 when I learned that I could not safely watch three widely separated burning brush piles at the same time...
I'll post a few more photos from this fire next week, then move on to other photos I took during that time period.
The camera I took this photo with was an itty bitty silver no name camera (it had a name, but I forget what it was) that had a resolution of 1.9 Megapixels. It had no display to let me know if the shots I was taking were good or not, just an LCD counter telling me how many photos I had taken and how many more I could take. I had 128 and 256 MB SD Cards that I used in the camera. I still have some of them that I use as memory cards for a couple of old MP3 Players.
What brought this on was the rediscovery of a bunch of old Kodak Photo CDs from the 2005-2007 time frame that I had thought were lost (accidentally thrown away) when I moved from Jackson County back to the homestead in Macon County. Over the next few months, I'll be posting some of them.
I found these CDs because I was looking for an old keyboard to use with a desktop that someone has donated to me to use for video editing.