This week is a free choice week for the Phoneography Challenge entry and I chose “Abstract.”

The first photo is a photo of the Tour de France on the monitor of my laptop. We had the laptop connected to the TV for a bigger picture, when I noticed that from the angle I was viewing the laptop monitor, I was getting an unusual picture. I took a number of shots, but this is one of my favorites. No editing or anything else, just the original shot.


The next photo is of the light coming through the shower curtain in the bathroom.


My final shot is of my feet on an oriental carpets, taken using one of the things I love to play with on the iPad, the Photo Booth app.
I used the Thermal Camera for this picture.


If you want to see what other photographers are shooting with their iPhones or iThing-ys, click right here.

  1. Really like the last two images–well done. Happy Phoneography Monday.

  2. We have a lot of fun with the photo booth app here too! Nice choices for abstract. πŸ™‚

  3. I love what the iphone can do with a picture

  4. Interesting set and play of light πŸ˜€

  5. Joe Owens says:

    A great choice and wonderful images to boot!

  6. Gracie says:

    Love the concept. I’ve always been a fan of abstract, and I really like what you came up with. Very well done.

  7. xpat92 says:

    Hi Janet,
    Very cool πŸ™‚ I have done so little iPhone work ( I have to borrow an iPhone from hubby each time). I like these psychadelic colors! Interesting experience.

    • My favorite part of the iPad is the camera, although it’s not as easy to carry as the iPhone would be. I bought a great over-the-shoulder bag and carry it with me virtually every time I leave the house…because you never know what a photo opp will show up. πŸ™‚ Glad you liked the photos, too.


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