To celebrate Phoneography month, this week’s Photo Challenge is the first ever phoneography challenge meaning all photos must be taken with your phone. I have to admit that I’ve been using my handy iPhone quite a lot for my photos. Why? It is easy, always on hand, small, accessible and actually takes some pretty amazing pictures for such a small camera.
As Cheryl states in today’s photo challenge:
To kick this off, grab your phone and head out the door. That’s right — get on your feet and go outside to explore — and document — where you live. I want to see your neighborhood: The path you take for your daily morning run. Your local coffee shop or dive bar. The nearby alley of street and community art. A shot of the intersection that perfectly captures the bustle of your own corner of town. Or a serene landscape view of your village.
It just so happens that I already did my morning run. But rest assured I usually have my iPhone in hand and often grab pictures of anything around my lovely urban neighborhood that inspire me. These photos were not taken today (sorry Cheryl) however they have all been taken this winter using my iPhone.
So, welcome to my urban playground, in the heart of Southwest Minneapolis and Lake Harriet.
Here is the path along Minnehaha Creek to my lovely Lake Harriet…
Then there are these fun ones…..some people in my neighborhood are so incredibly creative! Mr. Snowman (and Mrs. who isn’t showing is on the other bench).
To see more entries to this week’s challenge, click here.