Seems like any conversation I have with another photographer, always includes the question; What are you shooting? When asked today what I was shooting with, it occured to me that in today's world, the camera can be just as dangerous as a gun. What a coincidence that we refer to taking pictures as "shooting". In an image conscious society so driven by graphical advertising, we can easily take for granted how powerful and subjective (although some might argue it can be objective) the camera can be. Today was supposed to be my "Blue Theme" entry, but I think it can wait until tomorrow. I played around with the composition for a while on this one, but ulitimately settled on this. If all that was too deep, just appreciate a great camera and all the shiny things!