Author Archives: Angeline M
Art made abstract in macro portions. iPhone 6Plus used in Camera+, with edits in camera. Challenge lead can be found at Lens and Pens by Sally.
The Sunday Traveler spent an afternoon with friends renewing memories of home, driving into the Hill Country with the intention of seeing a few wineries that have become so popular in what has become The Texas Hill Country Wine Trail. … Continue reading
Storm clouds gathering late yesterday afternoon. Another group of storms are lined up out in the Pacific that are going to bring us yet more rain, and snow up in the higher elevations. It is official that our drought is … Continue reading
Before the actual Battle of the Alamo (2/23-3/6/1836), the Texians had driven out all Mexican troops from Mexican Texas. Those were getting to be confusing days of who owned what, or maybe I should say it was confusing days of … Continue reading
The week’s photo challenge is in editing and processing our mobile photographs. I’ve used my iPhone 6Plus, in Camera+, and processed using the Enlight app. Out walking on a late winter afternoon here in Northern California gave much time for … Continue reading
The San Antonio River begins its flow southward in the Midtown San Antonio area, and ends up feeding into the Guadalupe River. Winding along for 240 miles. The main event is at the actual River Walk in San Antonio; the river … Continue reading
On these chilly Northern California evenings, recently wet and damp, a fire offers warmth and a sense of peace. Photo taken with an iPhone 6Plus in Camera+. More entries in Sally’s challenge can be found here.
The Sunday Traveler went home. It had been a long time, and it seems I recovered a little piece of my heart. There have been changes while I wasn’t looking; it’s bigger, and more beautiful. New places were discovered, as … Continue reading
Waking to a gorgeous sunrise one morning last week, I rushed to pull up the window blinds to take a photo of the incredible pink clouds. My attention was soon directed to these trees off to one side of the … Continue reading