Desert Photos With The iPhone

I spent a couple of hours outside of the city getting some new photos then suddenly the Nikon said it was “full”. Okay, what does that mean? The SD card is absolutely not full so I need to investigate. So, out comes the trusty iPhone 12! Always there, always ready.

I think it did a fair job, there are 25 total photos taken with the phone so I’ll have some colorful desert photos for a couple of days or so. The area I was in is roughly five miles west of the city and at a higher elevation which is around 3000 feet ASL, a bit higher than my home so it was a wee bit colder up there.

Heavy Blue

Heavy Blue? I am talking about the photo at Tivoli Village with palm trees, lamps, and a blue sky that is way too blue. The iPhone captured the image that way but I think it’s because the sun is almost directly in the frame. How is your Hump Day going? My big couch is feeling mighty fine today here.

Tivoli Square

So, are you tired of Tivoli Village yet? I apologise if you are. Aren’t these iPhone photos super crispy? The iPhone can rival my Nikon in very bright lighting conditions like this which is great. Sunny and just 49 degrees for today, this is ridiculous! Have you noticed the new site logo? Simple and clean against white.

A Blah Day

What a difference 24 hours make! Our high-temperature today will be just 45 degrees thanks to another gray day of rain and cold wind. I have had more than enough of this weird winter weather here. It is the opposite of what you see in the iPhone photos from a couple of days ago. Can I go back to bed? 😂👍🏻

Piggy Ducks and Palm Trees

Piggy ducks? Yes, note the cute curl at the rear of the duck’s backs. So cute! The other photo is of course at Tivoli Village. I decided not to ride today, it’s a bit later than I usually head out and my legs are sore from yesterday’s ride. Can you say Johnn is out of shape? I enjoyed church on my laptop too. ✝️🙏🏻🥰