I found this no smoking sign unusual. I’ve never seen one mention e-cigarettes. I took the photo with my iPhone while I waited at a doctor’s office. The walls were boring and bare except for this sign and a television, and I thought the original photo was also boring. I edited the photo using a Retrolux filter on the Snapseed App to give it a more interesting look. Below is the original photo.
This post is part of Lens and Pens by Sally’s Weekly Phoneography Challenge.
Abstraction of tree branches on a downtown Houston street. Photo taken using iPhone. Part of Lens and Pens by Sally’s Weekly Phoneography Challenge.
When I looked up at this cloud formation I was surprised. I had to grab my phone and snap a picture. To me, it really looks like a rabbit carrying a tray. Take a look at the cartoon below to compare. What do you think? I used the Snapseed app to crop and make the photo black and white for this week’s iphonegraphy challenge. I also hoped that the rabbit would be easier to spot in black and white.
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This Week’s Theme – Black and White
I saw this magnificent sight on Friday as I got in my car after work and snapped a picture with my iPhone. The entire Houston sky was gloomy and filled with storm clouds. In the western sky, those clouds and the setting sun combined to create a beautiful effect. I used my Snapseed app to make the phoneograph black and white for this week’s challenge.