How incredibly lucky we are to live in the Digital Age.
Both my parents died about 30 years ago, and they knew nothing of computers, film-less cameras, or personal portable telephones.
Yet nowadays, with the use of a £60 camera, one can send images to the other side of the world in seconds.
Occasionally I look at my little Fujifilm AX200 camera (above) in amazement. It takes beautiful photos and movies (with sound), and with the simple action of inserting the SD card into my laptop, I can supply images to anyone in the world almost instantly.
One of my regrets about losing my mother when I did, is that she never got to experience Digital 'stuff'. She would have loved it, and would have looked upon it as pure MAGIC; as indeed I do!
p.s. I have 2 of these Fujifilm AX200 cameras; t'other one took the photo.
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