Tag Archives: iPhonography
You should always keep something beautiful in your mind ~Pascal Up close and personal with a pineapple in the supermarket. My main source of photography these days. Life’s a little … Continue reading
A terrarium filled with wonder. An almost magical looking glass to see the miniature of the family that surrounds it on the outside. Photo taken with iPhone 6Plus, and edited in Mextures and Snapseed. Thanks to Sally Donatello for sponsoring … Continue reading
One wonderful attribute of iPhone photography is that it takes a pretty good photo from a moving car. I’ve tried using my regular digital camera and get a lot of blur produced by the car hitting bumps in the road. I … Continue reading
I’ll be going ’round and over the mountains for a long weekend to celebrate the husband’s birthday. I’ve decided to detox during this time, and pull the plug on the laptop for the first time in at least a couple of years. The addiction is … Continue reading
The architecture of a ceiling in a winery. For more iPhonography architecture, visit lens and pens
Warm daytime sun shines gently snuggled under the patio Cold nights look for victims
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 … Continue reading
A reluctant son, a willing daughter in law ready to kiss for the camera. Mwah! Fresh off the press.
I’ve begun to work on my New Year’s photography resolution of taking more people photos. We went to a crab feed fund raiser last Friday night, and I found a perfect opportunity to begin in earnest.