Take it easy and feel better, my mother had stones years ago, knocked her flat.When I took part in the very first "Single In ............." challenge back in January 2012 there was a strict adherence to the rule of one camera, one lens throughout the month and I've stuck to that principle whenever I've taken part on subsequent occasions, although I have on at least one occasion used a camera with a non interchangeable zoom lens which enabled me to ring the changes. I've not had a good day today (Day 21), a combination of little sleep and living alone. The lack of sleep is probably caused by discomfort when lying down bought about by my bladder stones for which I've struggled many years to get diagnosed only to have the opportunity of an operation taken away by the present pandemic.
My bad day extended well beyond my participation in this challenge, I've basically done nothing all day and my entry for Day 21 was pretty uninspired to say the least.
Tomorrow with a forecast of lighter winds and sun from early in the day, this morning it was cloudy with light rain very early, I might at long last attempt to visit a different part of the parish as part of my bird monitoring work. My energy levels are very low so I don't know how far I'll get. I plan to take a very different camera and lens combination with me. Depending on what I get and whether I can get out later with my chosen camera and lens combination that I have used so far will determine whether I change my camera/lens combination for the challenge. I'm beginning to struggle to ring the changes with my macro set up. There's one plant I do want to take at some time before the end of the month but it's not yet fully in bloom, so I might end up changing for a few days only to change back before the end of the month. That's certainly not what I set out to do albeit I did pick a rather specialised set up in the knowledge that all photographs would be taken in the parish so I was prepared to tackle macro subjects and thought I could make it through the 30 days. Watch this space.