iPhonography Monday: Black And White


A photo of a succulent on my patio taken this afternoon.

I’ve found a new blog with iPhone challenges that should be fun. I use my iPhone quite a bit these days. To join the iPhonography challenges visit Lens and Pens by Sally

About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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30 Responses to iPhonography Monday: Black And White

  1. Imelda says:

    I like the light and shadow here. 🙂


  2. Madhu says:

    Striking shot Angeline. Do you use any apps to click pictures?


  3. What a beautiful photo!


  4. tita buds says:

    That’s a rooster pretending to be a plant. 🙂


  5. livvy30 says:

    Love the shadow!


  6. Love Succulents, great photo Angeline!
    Thanks for the link – I use my Iphone for photos on my blog, all the time.


  7. So amazing what we can do with our phones these days. Wasn’t really that long ago that we still had to be plugged into a wall to talk, let alone walk around taking photos with our phones.


  8. Pingback: iPhoneography Monday Challenge: Black-and-White (and Flipboard) | Lens and Pens by Sally

  9. lensandpensbysally says:

    Lovely, and welcome to the challenge. It’s going to be so much fun. Watch our posts for Tips of the Week about iPhoneography.


  10. bonooobong says:

    Awesome shot! The shadow reminds me somehow on a peacock:)


  11. E.C. says:

    I like this. The shadow is as artsy as the actual plant. Great capture with your phone. 🙂


  12. That’s terrific in black and white, Angeline.


  13. thirdeyemom says:

    How cool Angeline! I have become notorious for using my iPhone lately because it is so handy and takes really good pictures. I like the idea of this new challenge too! Maybe I will check it out!


    • Angeline M says:

      Do check it out. They’ll have different topics each Monday of the month. I’ve been using my iPhone for photos for quite awhile, and they are pretty much great right out of camera with little editing to do, if any.


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