Death and Rebirth


Photo from the Galaxy Express, using Snapseed

The Universe has smiled upon me, and shown me that just when you think all is lost, it’s not. I’ve posted a couple of posts on the death of my iPhone, actually it was just the screen that lost life, the rest of the phone seemed operational…Siri responded to my plea for the return of the screen, but told me she couldn’t help me.  I kept the phone on life support all last week (plugged in to keep the battery alive), until we could get in to an Apple store for help in trying to retrieve all of my photos that resided within that little black coffin.  It turns out it was a simple hook up of iPhone to laptop, and voila (thank you, husband, for doing that).


As time goes by I may post an iPhone photo here and there from that beautiful file folder that makes me so very happy.

About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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16 Responses to Death and Rebirth

  1. Definitely a favorite for me. I like the composition, the coloring, the mood, and everything about it. That is the Hydrangea photo I’m talking about.


    • Angeline M says:

      Thanks, Joseph; I had a good time working on the coloring for this. It took me a long time to get the composition just right, lots of photos on the cutting room floor.


  2. ChgoJohn says:

    Well, how about that? It’s certainly good news to read and I’m very happy for you.


  3. TBM says:

    Great news!


  4. Madhu says:

    Goegeous Angeline. I have to try out snapseed. Happy that you managed to transfer your Iphone image file 🙂


  5. Imelda says:

    Angeline, the hydrangea photo is lovely. 🙂


    • Angeline M says:

      Thanks, Imelda. That hydrangea died back over winter, and I wasn’t sure it would resurface. As it goes through it’s cycle, it goes from this color, to a more purple, then brown; amazing plant.


  6. Beautiful. I love the glorious hydrangea too. May we see more of the intriguing lemon tree?


  7. veraersilia says:

    I am happy for you, and the hydrangea photo is beautiful: you made it look like an antique painting.


    • Angeline M says:

      Thank you so much, Vera. I have taken so many photos of that hydrangea at different stages, and mainly because the shape of the lemon tree trunk behind it fascinates me. I was never satisfied with it until now. I appreciate your support, as always.


  8. I can feel your happiness. Really like the image–well done.


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