A somewhat non-technical post today. We tried to make a light walk near the Slezka Harta water reservoir (north of Moravian-Silesian part of Czech republic, near the Bruntal city). There was a snow storm past days ago and there is still some snow (it’s April 21, so it’s not usual – even for this lower part of the Jeseniky mountains).
We saw lot of animals, mostly deers, does and many birds. But a very few people, fortunately.
We tried to compare our Pebble smart-watches (my wife has a Time Steel one and I have the Pebble 2) – both work well, mine have a heart-rate monitoring functionality which is interesting but they have faulty compass. The Time Steel ones are great and perfectly working (even after more than year of continuous usage.
We also tried to compare our cameras – my favorite (the old but relatively small and AA battery-compatible) HP Photosmart 735 and the Sony DSLR-A200 which is bigger but it should by better in any aspect (and which is preferred by my wife).
So, there is the Velky Roudny vulcano taken by the HP:
And there is the same hill taken by the Sony: