A Personal Genesis

“[I want my photography] to create a discussion about what we have that is pristine on the planet, and what we must hold on this planet if we want to live.” —Sebastião Salgado Mr. Salgado shares a life-changing experience and its aftermath with us in this TED Talk.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Pattern

“Patterns are everywhere. Patterns are sometimes intentional and sometimes accidental. They can be decorative or merely a result of repetition, and often patterns can be in the eye of the beholder to discover them…” —WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Pattern

I took this photo of the inside of an old Steinway piano. Enjoy.

Patterns Photo © Allan G. Smorra, All Rights Reserved

Patterns
Photo © Allan G. Smorra, All Rights Reserved

Photo Notes: iPhone 5 camera, Camera Boost app, no editing.

Random

“How does random look to you?” –  A mess on the floor, wildly painted door, clouds in the sky or the reflection in her eyes, an arrangement of fruit or toe of a boot…” — The Two Cents Tuesday Challenge This random pile of wood was waiting to be photographed. Photo Notes: iPhone 5 camera,…

Allan G. Smorra

I have added a “Guest book” to my menu for anyone who wishes to post a question or make a general comment.

Weekly Photo Challenge: From Above

“Find a subject and instead of taking a picture from in front of, at an angle, to the side, or from behind, take it directly from above!” —WordPress Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge

I took this photo in Ft Point looking down a flight of a spiral stone stairs. Enjoy.

Stone stairs

From Above
Photo © Allan G. Smorra, All Rights Reserved

Photo Notes: iPhone 5 using Camera+ app, edits in Snapseed.

iPhoneography Monday: More Portraits of Mother Earth

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?

Mystery Flower Photo © Allan G. Smorra, All Rights Reserved

Mystery Flower
Photo © Allan G. Smorra, All Rights Reserved

Photo Notes: iPhone 5 using the Camera+ app, cropped and edited in PhotoToaster.

%d bloggers like this: