I just arrived home from a total knee replacement, so if I MISSED any feedback etc, I will try to catch up.
Welcome back, Hope it went well and with some physio you are back to chasing bugs in the yard, birds in the park and climbing sand-dunes at dawn or dusk real soon.
"It is one thing to make a picture of what a person looks like, it is another thing to make a portrait of who they are" - Paul Caponigro
Constructive Critique of my photographs is always appreciated
Hoping for your speedy and complete recovery from your major surgery mate .
My galleries contain all sorts of stuff, not just some pretty pictures.
ILCs: E-M1; E-30; E-510; E-1
Digital lenses: 14-42 EZ; 12-50; f/2.8 25 pancake; f/2 50 macro; f/4 7~14; 11~22; 14~42; 14~45; 14~54 MkII; 40~150 MkI; 40~150 MkII; 50~200 MkI; EX-25; EC-14
Hope all keeps going well with you.
Rest up mate..... no bending with that camera in the back yard.... Oh I see you already have done that. Take it easy hey.... knees take a while to come good
I wish you the best recovery TG. Did you get your fence finished before the op?
Hope knee is doing well and doesn't make you too grumpy........You will have to take your photo's from shoulder level for a while.....
All is well so far, I did not know pain levels went that high. Still have weeks before I get back outside, may used the time to experiment.
Make sure to do all the stuff the physios tell you to do. My old man didn't and never quite recovered.
Short term pain, long term gain.
All the best.
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Hitch-hiking should be easier now
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