Working Without a Camera -Cellphone Pix #4
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Wednesday, January 06, 2016
By David P. Senner
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   It's been some time since I've posted cellphone pix. As I was catching up on downloading my photos from my cell to my pc, I ran across an interesting group of images. All were created on the spur of the moment, when I had only my cellphone with me - images I just stumbled across without any intention or plan, and otherwise without a camera, except for my trusty Nokia Lumia 1020 cellphone with it's 41 megapixel camera.

On a morning walk near our house along the spur at the entrance to Alamitos Bay, seagull meets surfer.


Succulents (below) along the walk to my mechanic's garage. For the 2nd shot below, I was driving home down the Pacific Coast Highway, when I decided to try and catch the day's end near Sunset Beach with my cell. I thought the garbage cans created a nice counterpoint to the Long Beach skyline on the horizon.  


The succulents below were photographed in my backyard, a place I've used as an inspiration since moving to southern California, every town I've lived in. The photo of the tree below was taken one night as we were walking home from a little restaurant near the Marina. The interesting lighting was provided by some of the Marina security lamps.



The sculpture in progress below was captured during a tour of a group artists' studio in the Bear St. Gallery in Santa Ana CA.

The photo on the bottom right was taken through the window of the 3rd floor elevator landing of the Westin Hotel in Pittsburgh PA.




Heading out to pickup some takeout for dinner, and found an interesting sunset was developing over the Marina while a sailing class was in progress.          


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Leave a comment:
Roberta Edgar - Whether you are using a simple cell phone or a professional camera, your images are crystal clear, bursting with color, dimension, emotion, and life on this incredible planet. Sheer brilliance! .
Gretchen Teske - Wow! These are all so stunning!
David Senner - Thanks for the support. You're always paying attention.