And then... all the photos after this one were corrupted, even the goodbye-photos of my cut-flowers in different, yes, different angles and positions and different light and positions and angles and... (I took many!).
So after hours of putting useless efforts in searching for a free sd card recovery program, I give up. I experienced a little time travel there though. Photos I've deleted already a year ago, popped up again on my screen, only I wasn't able to save them of course. In stead of purchasing the non-trial version, I'll finally buy a new sd card tomorrow. In the mean time I've been taking pictures with my 3 year- or has it already become 4?- year old 5 megapixel smartphone.
You see, I think we're a bit spoiled on this technology matter. Can you imagine I already want to buy a new smartphone, because of its better camera? And that only a few weeks after I wanted to go back to my old green screened Nokia (remember the excitement of playing snake)? I was already searching and comparing smartphones - camera specifications filter ON- on various internet sites. Only to discover again why I didn't want to buy a new one after only 4 - or was it 3?- years. I'd just be contributing again to this throwaway society and was spending way too much money that I can use for so many better reasons in my life right now. I can't believe I'm that easily influenced just because I wasn't able to take photos these last days? (I can photograph and see the photos directly on the screen of my DSLR, but I can't upload them.)
Oh well, enjoy the Instagrams until I'm back with my Rebel, or is that one outdated too? ;-)