When I retired, my friends gave me my first digital camera, an Olympus with 1.3 megapixels. I hadn't been planning to go there, but in the first few times I used it I began to notice the way light glowed with a different quality from film. This is my granddaughter in beautiful window light with the hands of her parents on both sides. We were all eating ravioli on the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk when my son's family was here on a visit. This picture series and the ones I took at the San Francisco zoo on the same visit convinced me that digital was the way to go. I haven't been even a little bit sorry.