I’ve been a serious photography enthusiast since 1980, when I bought Nikon’s newly released F3 model.  My father was also a camera aficionado, so I had played with his cameras when I was a child. However, he bought my first camera, a Kodak Instamatic, when I was 15 years old, at the Frankfort Airport, when migrating from Calcutta to Toronto in 1967. Later, I dabbled with my brother’s Nikormat, F2, and other cameras, until I got my own F3.  I have since owned Leica M6, Hassleblad CM500 and SW, Mamiya RZ67, first autofocus camera--Minolta 9000, Nikon’s first autofocus, Nikon FM, and so on. With the fast changing technology and the additional hobbies I’ve added to my limited time and finance, I’ve stopped chasing after the latest cameras.  (This is not to say that I wouldn’t love to have the latest model if I had some extra bucks or a generous benefactor. )  I’ve been using the Nikon 70s for the past 4 years, which by technology standard is already an antique.  However, I’m pleased with it nonetheless. It does the job I need.

This Galleria also includes photos by my young daughter, who owns a Sony T200 Cybershot, which I also conveniently use.

Also included in the Galleria are video clips from the T200 and my Sony HVR-A1C and VX1000.

The Galleria consists of travel photography.  Click the links at the top of the page to go to specific albums. 

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If you wish to copy or use any pictures, please write me for permission, and state what you will useß them for.

Zaijian, au revoir, arriverdeci, hasta la vista, sayonara ...

welcome to the world as seen through my eyes

To view albums and movies of different subjects, click the links at the top of the page.

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