Today I’m being wild and crazy, participating in two challenges at once:  Cee’s Oddball Photo Challenge and Debbie’s One Word Sunday.  I wanted to call this post “Square Oddball”, but that would be two words, hence just “Square/s.”

This is the view you get when taking an iPhone photo of two of the five bucks having a meal just outside the screened cabin window in Wyoming’s Big Horn Mountains.  The phone won’t focus past the screen as would my Nikon here, but it does create an oddball photo with plenty of squares.

(Sorry about the two different fonts.  It doesn’t show up that way in the original and won’t change when I try to edit it to all be the same. )

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  1. Leya says:

    First I thought it was an advanced program used…but I like it!

  2. Su Leslie says:

    Love this. It looks like a tiled mosiac 🙂

  3. Dan Antion says:

    It has a nice look!

  4. Jet Eliot says:

    How very exciting to be so close to these handsome deer. I like the artistry, Janet.

  5. scr4pl80 says:

    Looks like something you could make into a needlepoint work of art. So cool to have them come so close!

  6. Allan G. Smorra says:

    I agree with Su Leslie, it has the look of a tiled mosaic. Did you try putting the phone close to/up against the screen to blur it out? It might have changed the relationship of the size of deer in the frame. It’s still a good image.

  7. Donnalee says:

    A built-in needlepoint canvas look to it–you could sell these for that!

  8. Cee Neuner says:

    Wonderful odd ball. Love the focus on the screen.

  9. Jeanna says:

    I’ve seen a couple people who have both iPhones and Nikons and those iPhones take a great photo.That’s actually pretty cool and kind of thrilling to be so close to them.

  10. pommepal says:

    What an interesting photo

  11. Debbie Smyth says:

    Brilliant! I think you’ll win the number of quadrilateral prize this week 🙂

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