Photos from this weekend’s trip to Cambridge are now online.
If you’ve lost the little eyecup for your Canon EOS 300D (like I did a few months back), you can buy a replacement from Amazon. The product link is here: Canon CUPEF Eyecup EF for EOS 300V – even though it’s not quite the same model camera, the eyepiece fits fine.
Don’t, whatever you do, try finding a definitive answer from any official Canon pages. Unless things have changed recently, you’ll spend ages looking at product charts to find that they continually reuse product names, product numbers and irritatingly close variants thereof!
A week ago Ant and I finished off the Pennine Way – a 270-odd mile trek from Edale (near Sheffield) to Kirk Yethom (near Berwick) in 15 days. I’ve been putting off writing the regulation blog post about it, wanting to do it justice, but I haven’t got round to it. So I won’t bother trying to make this comprehensive.
It was long. It was hard. It was hot, sunny, raining, hazy. It was exhausting. You can see all my photos from the Pennine Way on Flickr, along with bits and pieces in the photo notes.