Saturday, September 15, 2018

More Phone Finds

Sometimes I am surprised by what I find on my phone. It can be because I never knew that a certain picture was there or because, in my diminished capacity, I had forgotten tits existence.

After my birthday supper at their place, Danica invited herself to ours for a sleepover.

The next day we went out for breakfast/brunch and then had a stroll downtown before being forced to return home to escape the increasing heat.

It was Labour Day and nothing was open downtown save the new craft shop in the old, Queens Hotel.

And that is where she got me to take this shot, which I found quite clever. She moved from place to place while I panned the camera.

What could be finer than a pano with 3 Danicas?

Well, nothing much really, but I also uncovered a few more photos from the morning.

The first two photos show the difference between shooting again the window light (even with the tiny flash turned on) and shooting with the light.

This shop has a tremendous display of plants, and it's not even the flower shop.

We spent some time on one the the docks that are there for the convenience of upriver cottagers who might want to come to downtown for shopping or a meal. They will be removed for the winter relatively soon now.


Marie Smith said...

The pano was unique and great! These females in your life are very photogenic.

Jenn Jilks said...

She's such a cutie! I spotted someone who could be her younger sister in Perth! It wasn't, but there you go!

Mage said...

Wonderful...clean and beautiful, and not at all diminished. I'm still wallowing through old shots here.

Jenny Woolf said...

That looks like a nice day out. I am always so keen to shoot against the light, always optimistic that by altering the histogram I can make it work. (It rarely does though. )

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

That was quite a cleaver pano and I have seen other efforts as well, but never tried any myself. Your granddaughter is growing up to be a real young charmer, John. It's always so nice to see the photos of her with you and Sue.

Kay said...

These are such loving photos, John. Your grandkids are really growing up fast.