For what it is, a 12-year-old point-and-shoot, it’s a pretty good camera. All of the exposure information is taken from the Exif data written by the camera. I didn’t realize until I was captioning the pictures that they are all at widest, 8mm (38mm equivalent on a full-frame camera), or maximum zoom, 24mm (114mm equivalent).
She got really nervous when she realized her calf was on the other side of the fence.
Too many people gathered around so she led the calf back into the woods.
The Bataan Memorial Building was built as the New Mexico State Capitol building in 1900.
It’s not too obvious in these reduced photos but the sensor has some stuck pixels. There’s a red dot in the bushy tree above the calf in the second elk picture and some dots in the sky of the Jemez picture.