iPhone – Daily Glimpses

As stories go, this one has a weird twist that will make you think about your iPhone in an entirely different way. I know you hold your iPhone in your hand probably more than you hold any human’s hand, and more than a good book, or a fork. Your iPhone is front and center in your life.  Did you ever think about how you could make your iPhone’s life more fun?  Your iPhone might want more than just calling, texting, surfing the web, running apps or taking boring pictures of things that you want. Did you ever think to take your iPhone on a daily adventure away from the ordinary like you’d take a kid to the zoo, or a theme park? Did you ever think of setting your iPhone free to do more? I know an iPhone owner who did just that. He sets his iPhone up to take daily photos of things the phone would never see without his help, looking through a Canon binocular. What a guy! He gives his iPhone an exciting, daily adventure on the high seas! Stay tuned for more.

Washington’s Whidbey Island on Mutiny Bay

                                                         Photos by Ted Robinson III

Mutiny Bay - 2Mutiny Bay - Photo 1

 

About C.E.Robinson

Christine Elizabeth Robinson lives in southern California where the skies are sunny and the Pacific Ocean sparkles every day. Since 2013, she’s been a retired nurse practitioner turned writer, ever grateful for blog followers of her website, Before Sundown. In 2019, she started writing a historical fiction book, and by the summer of 2021 Three Years of Her Life is in the self-publishing process, nearly ready to launch. http://cerobinsonauthor.com
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2 Responses to iPhone – Daily Glimpses

  1. Sartenada says:

    Hello Christine.

    I love these. They remind me from my childhood, when I tried to shoot photos thru my binocular! This happened about 50+ years ago.

    Have a good day!

    Liked by 1 person

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