I found a bed of these purple flowers growing on a slope below a fuel island at work and couldn’t resist taking a photo in the fading light.
Can you name this flower?
Photo Notes: iPhone 5 using the Camera+ app, cropped and edited in PhotoToaster.
A few weeks ago The Lioness and I went to the Marin County Civic Center to pay our Property Taxes for the year. We like to do it in person because we use the opportunity to stroll through this beautiful example of Frank Lloyd Wright’s creative mind.
As always, I had my trusty iPhone/camera with me and I took a series of photos, one of which is featured in the EyeEm gallery of Architecture photos.
EyeEm is a world-wide community of iPhoneographers who are sharing incredible photos across a wide variety of categories. Once you download the app to your phone you can start sharing your vision with the world.
I am honored to be included in this talented group of photographers. Here is my photo:
Photo Notes: iPhone 5, Camera+ app, frame added in Snapseed.
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This is the fifth part of a series. Click here to catch up on previous entries. “Fearful as reality is, it is less fearful than evasions of reality.” —Caitlin Thomas I was not a good multitasker when I was in college and I am only marginally better now. I am good at unitasking, i.e. going into Tune-out…
Here is a portrait of a Dahlia in our backyard vegetable planter.
I took this photo with my iPhone 4 and made edits in Snapseed.
“Up can be a direction, an orientation, or even a movement…” —WordPress Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge
This is kaleidoscopic view of a skylight in a vaulted ceiling at the San Francisco Theological Seminary in San Anselmo, CA. I had to rearrange some couches in order to lie on the floor and shoot up at this heavenly domed ceiling.
Photo Notes: iPhone 5 with fish-eye Olloclip lens using Pro HDR app, edits made in Snapseed.
I took this photo in Scott Hall at the San Francisco Theological Seminary in San Anselmo, CA with my iPhone 5, using the Pro HDR app. I converted it from color to B&W with the Simply HDR app and cropped and framed it with Snapseed.