Tag Archives: iPhoneography
Squash blossoms in the Guadalajara mercado/marketplace, waiting to be used in cooking a sensual mexican recipe. Squash blossom quesadillas with squash blossom soup anyone? Visit Sally D’s blog for entries on macro mobile photography, today’s challenge.
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
A most unusual tea house. For other participant’s entries in Sally’s mobile photography challenge, today is challenger’s choice, click here. Photo taken with an iPhone 6Plus, Camera+, with edits and conversion to monochrome done back in the native camera.
Walks these days find me with head down enjoying all kinds of fall treasures. Photo taken with an iPhone 6Plus, edited in Snapseed and PicMonkey. More photos for today’s mobile macro challenge can be found on Sally’s blog, Lens and Pens … Continue reading
A sunflower bows its head in a goodbye to summer here in Northern California. Community gardens are full of more than fruit and vegetables, there is an abundance of flowers and inspiration. Photo taken with an iPhone 6Plus, Camera+, and … Continue reading
An old stable in the mountains of Colorado, deep in the grasses amidst the boulders. Gone unused in an unknown length of time. There’s a door in the background that can barely be seen in this photo; I was told … Continue reading
The Icing on the cake. A traveler’s dream. Friends who live in beautiful places. It all presented itself to this traveler on the recent Colorado trip. I was whisked from the relatively lowlands of the Denver area at 5,280 feet, … Continue reading
The underpinnings of the train, the back and forth and up and down workings that make the train go; this description should send any mechanical engineers into outer orbit! These are things I need not fill my head … Continue reading
Walking through a community garden a couple of weeks ago, the tassel on a corn plant caught my eye in it’s seemingly elegant drape. Not wanting to get into the predicament I was in, in a recent post, I’ve done … Continue reading
Queen Anne’s Lace, in all of her majesty, found in a Colorado meadow high up in the mountains. “Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts…There is something … Continue reading