Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge: Nature…sunflower

Posted: September 1, 2014 in Nature, Phoneography Challenge
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Where does the time go?  We’re already beginning a new month, which means today’s theme is once again, “Nature.”  My entry this week is seasonal, depicting harvest, end-of-the-summer-coming-of-fall, and the glorious sunshine colors of summer. And today is Labor Day in the United States, a day when we both honor labor and rest from it.  I hope you have time to spend outside, enjoying the beauty of nature, today and every day.

Other than the border, I’ve done no editing whatsoever on this photo.

copyright janet m. webb 2014

Comments
  1. Suzanne says:

    What a great shot to capture with a phone.

  2. Oh my gosh. I’ve just got a new smartphone and you have inspired me to discover what I can do with it photography-wise. This is simply amazing for a phone photo!

    • That sort of comment means a lot to me, so thank you. The main reason we got iPhones, our first smartphones, was for the cameras. The Galaxy is supposed to have a great camera, too, but many of them are good now. The best thing is that you can get rid of what you don’t like at no cost. 🙂 All the best and enjoy! Being able to have a camera with you at all times is wonderful!

      janet

  3. Pat says:

    Fantastic image Janet — clearly you were at the right place in the right moment, to capture the sunny flower and friend. Delightful 🙂

    • Being there at the right time has much to do with it, doesn’t it, Pat? I had to hold the camera up high to get the image, so I’m thrilled it turned out so well.

      janet

      • Pat says:

        I so get that — sometimes it’s also about perspective — actually, most of the time — and there is nothing like “shooting blind” — especially when the results are so wonderful 🙂

      • I thought it would be a good photo, but I think it’s a bit special. That’s always a good surprise, rather than the opposite!

      • Pat says:

        It *is* special — your feelings were spot on when you placed yourself and went “snap” … I really love it; sometimes it’s really the joy of having something work out just so right – like – actually – is “magic.” 🙂

  4. That’s a treat. I adore that you caught a grasshopper on the sunflower. Nicely captured. Happy Photo Challenge.

    • One of those lucky photos, Sally. I wanted to capture the flower and only when reaching up to take it did I discover the grasshopper. The two other visitors I didn’t see until I looked at the photo on my iPad when I got home (all my iPhone photos transfer there, which make them much easier to see!)

      janet

  5. Anita says:

    No editing, Janet!
    It’s super! Rich & yellow! Wonderful shot!

  6. It’s so nice to have cameras right at hand now.
    One remarkable pix. Nice catch

    • I love being able to have a camera with me everywhere, although there things my Nikon would do better (once I learn how to use all of it!) So happy you liked the photo. I think it may be one of my better ones.

      janet

  7. words4jp says:

    totally awesome – I was going to say totally the bomb! (in this case the bomb means awesome). the more i think about it – it is the bomb – a photo bomb! thanks to a photo happy grasshopper:)

  8. livvy30 says:

    Love it! So pretty!

  9. LavendarLadi says:

    I see I’m not the only one who loves sunflowers! Grasshoppers, bees and me.

  10. Angeline M says:

    Fantastic color and editing, Janet!

  11. it’s an entire yellow planet complete with bees, grasshopper, and who knows what other life forms or life sustaining forms. wonderful shot. Randy

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