Since I acquired my new snazzy Canon 7d, I've mostly turned up my nose at my little Canon pocket 850, which I used to carry around in my pocket everywhere I went so I didn't miss an opportunity for a photo. Why I need more pictures is a mystery, with well over 100,000 on my hard drive, but the next photo is often the most interesting one, the one you are thankful you have taken. This photo and the next one were taken with my tiny Canon, and now I have repented and carry it around with me wherever I go, once more. I wouldn't have wanted to do without this photo. The kind of camera you shoot with is not as important as the eyes of the photographer in spotting something that will turn into a photo of lasting value. Rather than just clicking through photos, enlarge them, double click on them, and study them for a moment. What did you see? What do you think the photographer saw when he or she shot the photo? I read somewhere that a photo tells more about the photographer and what the photographer saw than it does the scene or object being photographed. What stories do you think the photo tells? Don't be in such a hurry to look at photos.