Because everyone’s looked at the carpet in their office and thought that what it really needed was a circle of toy track and a train squeaking around it.
I thought I would try my ancient state-of-the-ark digital camera and see if it still worked. It’s a Fujifilm DX10 from circa 1998 and the dawn of digital photography. It still works, even if the picture quality is as questionable now as it was 11 years ago. Usually I just get Zoë to take pictures with her somewhat better camera.