For weeks I’ve been reluctant to write anything about the Coronavirus (COVID-19)and self-quarantine. Scrolling through feeds, it seems impossible to draw a firm stance on the issue without being shouted down by friends and family skeptical of the seriousness at hand.
For a roadside attraction, the Cabazon Dinosaurs is a must-visit if you’re driving through. Initially opened in 1975 by Claude Bell, the Dinosaurs were initially built to attract travelers to his now-closed restaurant. Still, the dinosaurs were made famous in classic 80’s movies like Pee Wee’s Big Adventure and The Wizard.
Walking the La Brea Tar Pits, you can’t help but think of the giant mastodon elephants and saber-tooth tigers that once shared this space. Being there makes it easy to imagine animals getting stuck in the tar some 50,000 years ago. It’s a great family-friendly place to visit with the kids.
After 12 years of shooting video on Nikon DSLRs, we decided it was time to change. It was a hard decision from brand loyalty, money invested, usability, and technology. A lot goes into making a switch. As a result, I wanted to write about the main reasons why I switched from Nikon to Sony DSLRs.