Or how I spend too much on photo gear and it's never enough.
So, as I posted about the other day, my new (to me) Canon 20D arrived the other day. The nice UPS man brought me my memory card yesterday, so I think I may take it down to the Haymarket during the golden hour later to take it for a spin in the old train yard.
Now, I have a lovely camera bag that is currently the home for my '70's Nikon FG 35mm film SLR. It's not a beautiful handbag, but it will likely become the new home for my 20D (once it airs out and stops smelling like smoke). The thing is, there's a bag I really, really want for it. The currently only in pre-order Kelly Moore Hobo Bag. It's a camera bag in disguise. It looks like a purse. It wears like a purse. It comes in a really pretty fake leather (that I'll forgive because it's outstanding awesomeness outweighs this shortcoming) and beautiful, saturated colors (grey, teal, mustard and cranberry). Inside it's padded and has velcro-attached dividers so you can go from bottomless pit purse to snug compartments for delicate camera... stuff. Needless to say I want one. It's not cheap, but the price is reasonable enough that I may just suck it up. Regardless, she's giving one away on her blog. Check out the love affair blog to enter to win a Kelly Moore Bag. And I do have a birthday coming up... just saying.