Since it was mentioned so often by other patients (especially long-ill "veterans"), I started taking more of interest in it myself. I had to find something to replace surfing and jogging. It so happened that I had the right tools at my disposal because my wife already had a good quality SLR camera.
I'm not going to pretend that I have any kind of talent for photography. I rarely even venture off of the basic "auto" setting on the camera. (Cameras are so sophisticated these days, one rarely needs to). But that's the beauty of photography - if you click the shutter enough times, you're bound to come up with a few gems.
In this post, I wanted to share of few pictures from a mellow walk on the beach with my family this morning. As we walked along the shore, I tried to take it slow and keep my heart rate under my AT. I don't know if it worked. Of course, the true test will be how I feel tomorrow. At least if I pay a price, I have a few photos to show for my efforts.
These were taken with Nikon D90 digital SLR camera. (You can click on any of the photos to see a larger version.)