I had become quite attached to it but last month the moment arrived, I had to say goodbye to my beloved Nikon D90 that had been traveling the world with me for exactly 3 years. I felt comfortable with it from the beginning, it adapted to me before I had to worry about the details of its inner workings, it interceded the least possible between reality and what my eye and intuition wanted to capture. I learned a lot, I took pictures like these and I even published a book full of pictures of Japan taken with my Nikon D90 that you can get at Amazon.co.uk: Momentos (bilingual edition).
It will be soon replaced by my next digital camera, a Nikon D800, with which I will continue my adventure of learning how to photograph what happens around me. My D90 left, but left us these unforgettable moments: