While driving home from a Rotary meting in an another town last night I had this most gorgeous sunset keeping me company. It seemed to be so big and endless that I had to find a place to pull off the road so that I could capture it. I haven’t used any filters on it as nothing is needed to enhance it.
It helped that where I stopped was a recently logged pine forest so the whole vista was open and I had an uninterrupted view. I stood mesmerised as the last of the sun’s rays dropped down over the horizon.
My iPhone has done a pretty good job of picking up the colours hugeness of it and I think the fuzziness of the sky is an interesting feature, so I thought I’d share it with you. I know it’s probably not the best photo technically speaking but it really appeals to me!
Lisa says: Earlier last year, I decided try and have more of a photographer’s eye–to try and “see” photographs in every situation. Using my phone camera more often has been an obvious way to improve that “vision.” It’s also nice to put the heavy duty cameras away and just enjoy the ease and flexibility of my iPhone once in a while. So, iPhriday is the day to showcase pics from our phones. Join me in sharing your phone shots!
I like the idea of posting a photo every Friday and seeing what others are sharing too. I am always trying to capture what I “see” when I’m out and about so I really get what Lisa is doing and I’m happy to join in!
You can see my previous iPhriday posts by clicking this link – iPhriday posts.
The weekend is here again – my last days of holidays before work resumes 😦