I am still camera less however I have decided that I will either buy another Panasonic Lumix (very handy & a very good point & shoot) or a "bridge" Panasonic Z something, not quite a DSLR, as I can't be bothered carrying different lenses, I used to do that before digital when I had an old fashioned SLR, to heavy & too much hassle!
So until A*m**z*n, deliver we are delving again!
I have decided on these pictures, do not be astounded, as they actually show me, being taught how to fire a shotgun. Tom and I went to Ragley Hall last year to a small game fair and he dared me (he is a hotshot and didn't think that I would/could do it, he still hasn't learnt not to challenge me). The chap in charge is a top international clay pigeon shooter and the shotgun was a beautiful piece of workmanship with the stock intricately engraved.
If you do not shoot, this won't make much sense, I shot every clay coming towards but did struggle with the going away, however on my last shot I could choose and nomnated going away because "I was going to get the bugger!), which I did!