Found out some old digital photos and got curious to check what camera took these photos. The below 2 were taken with a Canon 20D. This party was very impressing to me. If I was not asked for holding this party on 24th Dec., 2004, I would have stuck to my original flying plan to Phuket. I still recalled 2 days later around noon time when I was about to leave home for CX751 to Bangkok on 26th Dec., 2004, the TV suddenly had a breaking news about a tsunami hitting Phuket. The name tsunami was pulled back in my primary text book memory.
It turned out after 10am of 26th Dec., 2004, the whole phuket and part of the south west Thai/Malay peninsula moved one inch westward due to the Earth's crust drifting and the Earth's axel had a derivation angle of just a few mm variance. We may think it's not that significant, but in the past study, due to the Earth's axel moving 1cm, the trade winds and monsoon winds were changed. That turned a big wide inland lake in the Central Africa into the nowadays famous dessert Sahara. That also told why Egypt arose due to massive migration from a dying lake.
1/2. these kids were then just 4-10 years old. Canon 20D captured every innocent moment of them. The above left one simply shows their bright bright smile.
3. 6 years later, one of the kids held a Canon 550D which was just bought by his father. I took my 550D to take this 550D. When he looked back, a photo was taken on him with a 20D. This is TIME.