I would like to tell you that while I was in Mexico I was taking photographs 100% of the time. But truth is I could be found on occasion enjoying my killer view of the Gulf of Mexico with my Kindle and a strong cup of coffee. I’m really starting to fall in love with my Kindle. The device is crazy slick. I’m not sure why I waited so long to get one, but I really enjoyed reading all my newspapers, books and even my own blog while abroad. I even created a protective photo skin for it using Uniqueskin.com… so you know it’s true love. The really nice thing about an e-reader is it’s small and portable. It was very convenient having some of my favorite e-books available for reference without having to haul around my bulky laptop. It’s always nice to have access to such titles as “The essential guide to Portrait Photography,”by DPS “Understanding Post Processing” by Mitchell Kanashkevich, “Digital Photography Book” by Scott Kelby, plus all of David duChemin’s e-books with just the click of a button. Tomorrow I’m hoping to have a few photos of some crazy little spider monkeys that I photographed on a Mayan Reserve so stayed tuned.
Side note: If you have a Kindle and you’re interested in reading my blog then click HERE (Amazon charges .99 a month for delivery and if I could I would make it free but Amazon drives the bus on this one. I have no control over the rate or I would make it free.)