Power in Your Pocket is definitely not an easy theme for me to write about.
Because my pocket is empty 80% of the time!
10% of the time, my hands are in my pocket. Powerful huh? LOL!
|Nah! Give you a powerful punch!|
Another 10% of the time, I have my car and house key in my pocket! Worth a lot right? I supposed it could be considered as powerful, no? Oh wait. The car and house isn’t mine. Oh well… =(
|Car and house keys|
Do you like my sexy Betty Boop keychain? :p
I know a lot of people put all sorts of things in their pocket like wallet and phone but I can’t! And here’s my explanation…
So here’s my purse. I don’t have a deep enough pocket for such a long purse! But hey, it’s thick. Meaning my spending power is high?
|Carlo Rino purse|
Eh…..no. My receipts are thicker than the cash I have…. LOL!
|Cash VS. Receipts|
As for phone, my HTC Desire HD with 4.3″ touch screen won’t fit either… =(
|HTC Desire HD|
The next one has got to be my most powerful property ever. What is it? I’m sure all of you know.
It’s my DSLR! But as if it’s not bulky enough, a recent addition of a flashgun has just made it even bulkier. Can you imagine how inconvenient it is for a girl like me to carry so many heavy things around? Oh God!
Sometimes, there are events that I don’t wish to bring my DSLR along (like clubbing) but I have no choice because my phone couldn’t snap a decent photo in low light and my ancient Sony digital camera isn’t working properly anymore. Can you guess how old my Sony digital camera is? It’s been a decade. Yes, that’s 10 years! I wouldn’t dispose it off because it has accompanied me for so long =(
|Sony Digital Camera|
|Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-RX100|
Here are some photos I took using purely auto mode. Note that the environment was pretty dark but the camera intelligently brightens the photo up, blurs the background and the bokeh effects are amazing, I fell in love right away with this camera! Most importantly, the compact size makes it pocketable so I can bring it anywhere I go! I really really hope to get this camera so that I can finally have “Power in My Pocket”.
From this experience, I’ve learned a thing. You’ve all heard of the English idiom “Don’t judge a book by its cover” but I came up with a new idiom: