Tag Archives: phoneography
Down the walk and through the gate, I take my leave. To the Mississippi I go. To the river. I’ll be gone for several days, returning refreshed, my soul cleansed, my feet to the ground. ~~~ Post title from the … Continue reading
A delicate pitcher seemingly out of place in this industrial looking scene. It was simply the angle from which I took the photo, in a restaurant that is anything but industrial. More entries for this challenge can be found on … Continue reading
Working in the kitchen preparing meals is usually a cascade of colors, in addition to the flavors and aromas coming forth. I paused only briefly to convert this sliced head of red cabbage in to monochrome. It seems to work, … Continue reading
Photo Rehab 101 for those of us who must always have a camera with us, and at the ready. We see the world in frames of potential photos, almost every scene as an opportunity to make that photo that we … Continue reading
Roses bow down low kissing the grass goodbye nature saying be aware ~~~ For more phoneography visit Lens and Pens by Sally for other contributions to this weekly challenge.
The Sunday Traveler hangs out in San Francisco quite a bit; whenever possible as a matter of fact. Thirty minutes from the suburb I live in to this incredible City by the Bay full of color and life. Herb Caen, … Continue reading
Twirling in my nightgown in the morning light, camera in hand; I snapped the photo unintentionally.
An old-time car wash that we used to frequent many years ago was recently re-visited now that we’ve moved back to the same area. It hasn’t changed one iota. Amazing after 30 some years. I was attracted to the light … Continue reading
An upside down world in reflection. The water’s great, come on in. Today is Challenger’s Choice at Lens and Pens by Sally’s blog for Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices. Sally photographs in the abstract today, and says in part “So … Continue reading
Sometimes, maybe even a lot of the time, the roads that lead home are the best. Beach towns, big cities, ancient Mayan ruins are great to explore. But the Sunday Traveler also loves the adventures of home.