|Cheeky Seagull. Samsung S3 camera phone|
As we sat in the car and ate pizza, a seagull perched itself on the bonnet of the car and watched our every more. It seemed the most interested in my bread roll - which I was more than happy to share with him since it had been baked solid!
Because this was a social outing, and not a recreational one, I didn't have my camera with me :-( But, of course, I did have my phone. So I was able to get a shot of the cheeky seagull, with the reflection of the brown paper bag that contained the bread roll clearly visible in the lower right of the photo.
|Blaketown Sunset Reflection. Samsung S3 camera phone|
|Cobden Tiphead from Blaketown. Samsung S3 camera phone|
|Blaketown Sunset. Samsung S3 camera phone|
|Blaketown Tiphead Sunset. Samsung S3 camera phone|
|Blaketown Tiphead Golden Sunset. Samsung S3 camera phone|
|Under a Blood Orange Sky. Samsung S3 camera phone.|
|Breaking Wave - Blaketown Sunset. Samsung S3 camera phone|
There are some people who carry around a 5D Mk3 with them everywhere they go, so that the 'camera they have with them' just happens to be the best camera they own. That never has been, and never will be, me. I like to turn photography off occasionally. Sometimes I'm in photography mode, other times I'm not. Sure, there have been moments in my life when I've regretted not having a camera on me (less and less now we all have smart phones). But I'm also enough of a realist to understand that some moments will (and should) pass us by without being recorded for posterity. I HATE going to an event and seeing thousands of people glued to their phones instead of enjoying the moment. It just doesn't make sense to me. Put your phone in you damn pocket (or better still leave it at home) and just enjoy the damn concert for crying out loud!
|The Blue Hour - Blaketown Sunset. Samsung S3 camera phone|