(A photo prompt from the Outdoor Blogger Network: The photo least likely to be framed and hung on the wall.)
I click the shutter button a lot and, most of the time, my pictures look pretty good.
Sometimes I will review the contents of my camera’s memory card and come across a shot that makes me wonder just what the heck was going on when I took it.
Sometimes I will take a picture because of the unique point of view or to look at something from an unusual or uncommon angle, figuring “well, as long as I’m down here …”
Photography has come a long way since I started taking pictures with that old Kodak Instamatic and those throw-away flash cubes. I have done my best to keep up with the latest advances and have fully embraced digital technology to take, sort, edit and share my photos but I’m telling you, if I live to be a hundred and ten, I don’t think I will ever get the hang of taking pictures with a phone.
I like the camera phone shot.
Do you wax your ears?
Ken, my ears are naturally waxy but if you are referring to the lack middle-aged man ear hair, I removed my beard last week and found a good portion of it to actually be ear hair. Now, the moustache on the other hand …
I had forgotten about flash cubes! Weird.
I hate taking pictures with a phone. That’s what cameras are for. I also don’t watch movies on my phone, or keep my schedule in it. I use it to (rarely) make phone calls.