iPhone Daily Glimpses is Back!

iPhone (Eyephone) goes on another exciting adventure with “owner” back on the high seas of Mutiny Bay, Whidbey Island, Washington.  To clarify exactly what I am looking at through a Canon binocular, I finally ask, “What is a fisheye photo?”

The “owner” who is a very close relative and friend says, ” Mother, Mother, Mother, let me explain! The technical term fisheye denotes a particular type of lens available to a camera that gives you a 360 albeit distorted degrees view of your picture. The picture is from the Eyephone of people ‘fishing.‘ Need I say more?”

Yes, they are people fishing!  He has a great sense of fisheye humor!

Fisheye Photo 6

More Fisheye Photos by Eyephone and Ted Robinson III

Fisheye Photo 1 Fisheye Photo 2 Fisheye Photo 3 Fisheye Photo 4

 

 

About C.E.Robinson

Christine retired as a nurse practitioner in 2013 and became a writer, copyeditor, co-author and blogger. She has been in California 30 plus years. She came from the east coast and lived in the northwest. In-between, there were moves to Europe and Asia in the 70s and 80s. She's living the good life in the SoCal sunshine with Robert and doggies, Sammy and Charley. http://cerobinsonauthor.com
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10 Responses to iPhone Daily Glimpses is Back!

  1. volcanowoman says:

    Glad that iPhone Daily Glimpses is back. Makes me want to go out and take some pictures but alas I still have not figured out how to get a good picture.

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  2. megdekorne says:

    Wonderful writing ! ..and photos , so delightful…( my daughter lives on Orcas Island )

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Sartenada says:

    Beautiful and interesting photos. Thank You.

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  4. sheldonk2014 says:

    Just dropped by to say hello

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  5. Very cool the way combined binoculars and an phone camera to take these shots. Love the humor as well. 🙂

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