Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Black and White (Today Launches a new Title for the Challenge)

lensandpensbysally has renamed her photo challenge from ‘Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge’ to the snappy ‘Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge’. I keep meaning to participate, but I think you are all beginning to twig by now that I do not always do what I think I’m going to do. 🙂

Lens and Pens by Sally

18 May 2015

Lens:

Both photographs taken at Yosemite National Park with my iPhone 4s, April 2014.

1. Yosemite Falls, Yosemite National Park; Copyright © 2015 Sally W. Donatello All Rights Reserved/Lens and Pens by Sally. 1. Yosemite Falls, Yosemite National Park; Copyright © 2015 Sally W. Donatello All Rights Reserved/Lens and Pens by Sally.

2. Glacier Point, Yosemite National Park, April 2014; Copyright © 2015 Sally W. Donatello All Rights Reserved/Lens and Pens by Sally 2. Glacier Point, Yosemite National Park, April 2014; Copyright © 2015 Sally W. Donatello All Rights Reserved/Lens and Pens by Sally

Let me know which you prefer and why. I suggest that you click on each image to enlarge.

Pens:

Instantly, I recall that moment of true love. It is one of the most emotional experiences from my mental archive where I meander through memories about nature in places wild or tame, private or public. To enter Yosemite National Park is to put one’s mind in total spiritual and visual awareness. My senses were tantalized and thrilled, resulting in tears that surfaced with tender and paramount forces. I felt my kinship to John Muir.

On that…

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. sue says:

    And you thought your pictures of Aldinga would be perfect for the Black & White challenge ???? Sue

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    1. ChristineR says:

      LOL, Sue. Close to qualifying, aren’t they! Sorry it is taking me so long to come approve your comments before they show up. I shouldn’t have to keep doing it, once should be enough. I did the other comment of yours earlier but wasn’t game to start commenting myself else I wouldn’t get anything done today.

      Today I’ve started setting up the plot-lines for the next two novels. I decided a trilogy would not probably be enough to develop everything I want to accomplish in my story and I thought it best to flesh out the future in actual words, before investing too much time in the current rewrite. I will need to include some sort of foreshadowing for future volumes and I need a little more world-building and some fine-tuning of my magic system. 🙂

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  2. Thank you for reblogging my post–I do appreciate it. Please do join the fun. No pressure, and it would be a pleasure to have you participate. The challenge is a chance to join the photo community of those who experiment with the current toolkit of our Smartphones, iPads or iPods. Again thanks.

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  3. Aunt Beulah says:

    Your words and photographs capture Yosemite wonderfully, a place I now well and treasure. Of the two amazing photographs taken with an iPhone, I’d have to say I prefer the one of Yosemite Falls because that scene means Yosemite to me.

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    1. ChristineR says:

      I’m glad you enjoyed Sally’s lovely photos. Yosemite is one place I would love to visit.

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