This blog has just tallied over 500 followers and I want to express my thanks to all of you for your support and insightful comments. You have provided technical advice, encouraged me with your comments and served as fine examples of what can be accomplished in the Blogosphere —Allan
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.
This morning I was searching the sky for a glimpse of the Sun, and then it dawned on me!
Photo Notes: I used the Pro HDR app on my iPhone 5 to take this photo and made edits in Pro HDR and Snapseed.
Ailsa’s photo challenge subject this week is benches. I photographed this rustic bench along San Antonio’s famous River Walk.
Photo Notes: Canon A620 Powershot camera, edited in Snapseed.
“This week, we want to see photos that represent change.”
—WordPress Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge
This is a 116w, 130v incandescent light bulb that I changed in a Cable Light fixture on the Golden Gate Bridge 4 days ago (click here for a look at that day). If you look closely you can see the V-shaped broken filament hanging down to the right of the center of the bulb.
Photo Notes: iPhone 5, Camera+ app, edited in Snapseed
This is the fourth part of a series. Click here to catch up on previous entries. “To dare is to lose one’s footing momentarily. To not dare is to lose oneself.” —Soren Kierkegaard How close to the flame could I go and how long could I stay there? Fear, anxiety and teenage testosterone combine to make an uncontrollable personality…