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Believe it or not I still have more to post after this?!  What a great problem to have 🙂  I included the elusive Mitchell’s in this post.  We have traveled with them to FWB for 6+ years!!  They are truly like family to us.  Each of my kids have a special place in their hearts for Tim and Nancy.  I finally convinced them to let me take their picture.  I also included a photo of my foot next to Isaac’s . . . I can’t believe the size of those things!!

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August 14, 2012 - 9:19 pm

Jani - OMG, I’m laughing about the feet because I would never have guessed — how crazy 🙂 Love these shots, keep them coming!

August 15, 2012 - 9:01 am

Jeanie - Looking at these made my day! You are lucky to have such great friends as the Mitchell’s. Love the pictures….Elle is amazing!

August 15, 2012 - 11:24 am

jennifer - love your photos! may i ask? what is your go to lens? i’ll be vacationing at the beach with my family soon and i’m trying to be practical about packing my camera gear. i tend to use my 50mm daily but wonder if it makes sense to rent a zoom lens. thx!

August 15, 2012 - 1:13 pm

Melissa - Jennifer- I left my 35mm on the entire trip- no zoom for me. All of the water shots were taken with my p+s, but interestingly I never use the zoom. I think I’m so used to primes that I always “zoom” with my feet :). You may already know this, but with the heat and humidity in Florida I always sit my camera outside on the balcony for at least an hour before I take it to the beach. If your equipment isn’t acclimated to the outdoors condensation will build up inside your camera/lenses and that’s not good. I ruined a 50mm lens that way years ago. I usually woke up in the morning and sat all my camera gear outside. Just a tip! Have a great trip!!

August 29, 2012 - 1:09 am

Poupee - I loved all your pics!! It’s great to see how fearless you are taking the camera out against surf and sand. btw, what p&s are you using because the shot looks as good as your dslr on your blog. I would have never known if you hadn’t said so! Do you “clean” or wipe down the sand off your equipment when you get back home? Thanks for sharing!

August 31, 2012 - 12:40 pm

Melissa - Thanks for your comment on my blog!! I’m very careful with my camera equipment at the beach. I keep everything wrapped up tight until I’m ready to use it. I also acclimate my camera to the heat and humidity for at least an hour before I use it. My p+s is the Canon S95. I love it! I can easily use it on Aperture Priority mode which helps a lot.

Hope that helps!!

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