Friday, April 19, 2019

Animal liberation and dodgy camera..



I'm not sure what's going on with my camera these days, it keeps slipping into alternate modes at the most inconvenient times. Above shot taken at the Perth Vegan Expo 2019 in Forrest Place a few weeks ago an example.. quite like it though :) The Vegan market showcasing delicious food minus the meat element was a big success. I think I could easily become a vegetarian but not sure about becoming a vegan, I enjoy poached eggs too much.. from free range chickens of course 🐔 Back to the dodgy camera.. downloaded the upgrade program for my camera today and yes, it was due an upgrade, done and dusted and hoping that this sorts out the problem.. we'll see! Happy Good Friday, take care and stay safe..


25 comments:

  1. There was some sort of vegan festival at one of the places here a couple of weeks ago. Admittedly not my thing, but it was quite advertised. Yours was much more sunny.

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  2. Somewhat like Benjamin Franklin, I can, and mostly do eat veggies, but I also enjoy fish, and a few other things the vegans would not like. Never had problems with my OM-D switching modes on its own. The Stylus-1 can be a bit finicky, even after the factory upgrade. Hope your software upgrade helps.

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  3. My camera often improvises on a theme of its own devising - but that's because it has small fiddly controls and I have big clumsy hands! I eat very little meat these days but have no desire to join any foodie fundamentalists, however noble their aims may be.

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  4. A vegan festival sounds yummy to me. Dodgy or not your shots are good ones.

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  5. I don't eat much meat either but do eat fish. I think it is difficult to be a vegan when it comes to things like cheese and eggs.

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  6. I could never be a vegan. I don't eat meat, but love dairy too much. I eat fish and occasionally those veggie style burgers. We had a new one tonight, meatless nacho burger and it was yummy.
    Your photos look fine but they should let you know about updates then you would know of the possibility of a problem, Enjoy your day, Grace.

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  7. ...cameras are just too complex these day or is it that I'm not!

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  8. Never been to a vegan festival, but then I live in the Beef State where there are 2.8 million cattle and less than 700,000 people. Sorry to hear about your camera acting up. These days they are all electronic and perhaps there are some stray electrons.

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  9. Brilliant - Well Done Western Aussie

    Cheers

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  10. I could never become vegan but vegetarian probably yes, but maybe with fish added! We have friends that are vegan at home, but if out they will eat vegetarian. Take care Diane.

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  11. Hope the download works, Grace. Happy Easter.

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  12. I'm glad the event was a success however, I don't think I could go down the vegan road either. How could I live without cheese? I hope the download sorts your camera problem.

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  13. Fingers crossed for the camera. We don't eat nearly as much meat as we used to, but probably still too much.

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  14. Mu youngest son would love a vegan festival

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  15. I just switched back to my older camera until I have time and attention to learn the new one better. The new one never seems to hear my commands and requests.
    I don't think I could go the vegan route. I could probably give up meat but cheese? Frozen yogurt? Never.

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  16. What kind of camera do you have? RE: Veganism, we have one in the house, but I'm with you. LOVE eggs!

    Janis

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  17. At least you still can make nice photos Grace!

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  18. You made me grin big, Grace, "inconvenient times" :-)
    But I know what you mean. Hmmm, we´re just about coloring eggs btw!

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  19. I'm with you Grace, I could become vegetarian but never vegan - I love my eggs, yogurt and cheese.

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  20. Worthy thoughts! Eating more plant based food is great for many reasons!

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  21. Not least of which is moral and animal related primarily to many [like the guy I'm married to a decades-vegan]

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  22. I eat more vegetable only meals than I used to but would not become vegetarian or vegan.

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  24. As well as Farmer's Markets, Craft Fayres, Cheese and Wine Crafts etc. etc. vegan festival's are getting very popular.

    All the best Jan

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