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catching up (Cambridge!)

scenes from Cambridge, taken with my new-to-me LX100. 
I bought a used LX100  before we left so that I could travel lighter and simplify my needing-to-make-decisions process during our two month, UK/Israel adventure. not having extra lenses is making a difference in how much I use my camera. I don't have to think as much about what to bring with me as I walk out the door. I have one camera and it fits in my purse (or sits at my hip attached to me by my sling strap). 
this really helps with my decision burnout. 
(I'm sure I'll have more to say about that issue after this traveling year is over in August, but right now I'm in the thick of it. and there's no way out but through. simplifying helps. so that's what I'm doing.)
the LX100 is proving itself to be exactly the camera I need right now, too. it's got just enough complexity to keep me engaged in figuring it out but is not so difficult that I get overly frustrated. I love the controls and the layout and t…

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