(I’ve blatantly stolen the idea for the December contest from QueerJoe, who had a similar contest . . . last spring, I think.)
WendyKnits presents . . .
The WKAT (Wendyknits Aptitude Test).
Here’s what you gotta do. Answer 20 questions. All answers to the questions are available in one form or another in my online world. Some are easy, some are tough.
WKAT Questions are located here.
Email me (use the “Contact Me” link in my sidebar) your answers (numbered in
order, please) by 5:00pm EST this Friday, December 12.
Whaddya get for your trouble?
Ten skeins of 100% worsted weight wool — Handsome Harry’s Hanks. The color is a sort of grey tan.
The individual with the highest score wins this:
In the even of a tie, we’ll draw a name.
Wendy has a new toy!
Yesterday I bought a new camera! This.
I did mention that I got a whopping big performance bonus at work recently. 🙂
I am beside myself with joy. I own a traditional film Canon EOS Rebel SLR camera, and this digital version of it is very similar in operation. Also, the lenses from the traditional SLR camera fit the digital! So I can use my incredibly expensive zoom lens with my new toy! Woo-hoo.
I did a side-by-side comparision of my new camera with the old one.
This is the back of Fern taken with the new camera:
And this is the back of Fern taken with the old camera:
These two photos were taken in the same location, same time, same light. In my photo editing software I cropped and reduced them in size, and compressed them exactly the same amount.
The color on the top photo, taken with the new camera, is near perfect — unretouched.
The bottom photo taken with the old camera is lightened up considerably because it was so dark. The color is way off.
The photos were taken in far-from-perfect conditions, so I’ll get better results with better light.
That’s the back of Fern, by the way — I’m more than three-quarters done with it.
And of course, I took several shots of Miss Lucy.
These were taken with the flash and Lucy was moving in all three photos, grooming herself. Look Ma, no blur!