Of course I would love, I mean really REALLY love, a new camera.
But: there is no money for me to buy what I want.
My point is:
A little blur in the photos, for me, is okay.
They aren't high quality. Actually they have zero quality.
But what they do have is content.
Here are some of my favorite blurry photos:
[[WARNING: You may go cross-eyed looking at this. Sorry-in advance.]]
Usually they just sit in computer files. Discarded. Unworthy.
When in fact - they are very worthy.
[[I dusted mine off and showcasing them here.]]
"The supreme accomplishment is to blur the line between work and play."
-Arnold J. Toynbee-