I seem to have fallen into a series of photos showing views from a parked car this year. I have no idea what this building actually is (must Google!) but it can be seen from the car park of Napier University’s Sighthill campus in Edinburgh.
It was taken and processed with my Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
One of the blessings/curses/double-edged-swords of being a photographer is that you can’t look at anything without turning it into a photograph in your head. Part of the reason I love having my phone and its camera with me all the time is that I can turn things into photographs not-in-my-head as well.
The top image is the corner of my living room at home, lit from below with a lamp that was rescued from the street after being thrown away by someone who didn’t know how to rewire a switch. The bottom image is the view from the window of my (parked!) car on a rainy day in the city.
Both photos were taken and processed with my Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
A pretty rainy winter evening in Edinburgh.
Shot with my Samsung Galaxy S3.
Taken with my Samsung Galaxy S3 on the ferry from Ireland to Scotland a few days ago. Since this is my last post of 2014, I’d like to wish you all a happy new year. Here’s to good things for everyone in 2015!
Just a little feathery dude enjoying the winter sun :-)
My husband and I are in Northern Ireland this week staying with my parents for the holidays. We went out for a drive today and saw pretty places. Taking photos wasn’t really on my mind, but I had my phone with me and Island Hill was rather gorgeous and difficult to resist.