1802 – Love is The Seventh Wave

I always carry a second SD card with me. It’s a low-spec Kingston card that I initially bought for the LX5 and that I later replaced with a higher-spec (but on that camera not a bit faster) SanDisk card.

Well, today was beautiful and sunny, and although I managed to spend most of the day using the Google surfing the Internets, I still managed to drive down to the lake for swimming.

On my way I found a nice view, stopped the car and went out to make some pictures. Only then I found that I had left my card in the card reader. No problem, I thought, that’s why I always carry a second card and ,,,

I didn’t find it. I may have stowed it away in some pocket, I may have lost it, it made no difference, I couldn’t produce it and the images went untaken. Here’s something from Italy instead.

The Song of the Day is “Love is The Seventh Wave” from Sting’s 1985 album “The Dream Of The Blue Turtles”. Hear it on YouTube.

3 thoughts on “1802 – Love is The Seventh Wave”

  1. Heh. You had me digging through (12) pockets of the vest I always wear when out… Where _is_ that extra card?! I found it but, wait…that’s for the Panasonic. Where’s the one for the Nikon? Ah-hah, in a pocket on the RapidStrap. Good to be reminded. 🙂

  2. You two crack me up! Here I thought I was the only one who did stuff like that! Ever been out without a battery in the camera? Either way, without a card or a battery, the camera is useless. I just bought a spare SD card for the Fuji X100 – it hasn’t even been taken out of the ridiculous plastic container that’s so hard to open! Where IS it? Sigh! I know I did get in the house with it.

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