I was out for a walk with just my iPhone and took this shot of the creek that runs through Silverton. Everything was done in the native Photos app on the phone. I like the fact I always have the phone with me, but still feel like I should have used a ‘real camera’. I may try to revisit this later.
Spent some time this week with my dad watching the Oregon State Beavers play a little baseball. An activity I enjoyed growing up and have fun watching now. He has season tickets right behind home plate and it is always a good time.
Took a bunch of photos of my guitar and liked this shot of the strings. I placed a light camera left to light the strings a little.
A calm morning at some ponds near our house. I like this spot in the fall for some color, but thought I would give this spot a try for this week’s challenge.
The amount of alcohol lost to evaporation while it is being aged is known as the angel’s share. An old church in the town I grew up was renovated and turned into a barrel house with craft beers and some pretty good bar food. (The fry bread tacos are delicious!)
We stopped by for a treat and I grabbed this photo with my iPhone. Cheers!