Wednesday, November 12, 2014

" Cell Phone Pictures"

The theme this week by Craver is "Cell Phone Pictures ". Mac, Kathy, Craver, Lew, Christine and I have a little contest to show a new theme header each week. We now post anytime before 4 PM EDT on Wednesdays and voting begins after that. I guess Craver wanted to see what the cell phones would capture. I had to learn how to get the photos to the computer. I had to E-mail them to myself.

This is from a trip to the Kent Bog, the Tamarack Trees are holding onto the yellow needles getting ready to drop. I did a close-up with my cell phone for the contest.
Here is a Tamarack Tree in its full glory. 
Another close-up of an old log.
Here is a mushroom coming up through the bog bottom.
The acorns were on the walkway.
Here is a view up the bog.
See what the others show on my side bar.

8 comments:

imac said...

Lovely Tree Tom MF colourful too.
Glad I wasn't the only one who wondered how to get the mob pics to the computer,lol.

Hopefully No More Mob Blog bog -ing,lol

Craver Vii said...

I do not know if we have Tamaracks in the Chicago area, but those yellow needles are a pretty sight!

The snapshot of the bog looks like an Expressionist's painting. Whereas Kat's image last week was bold and vivid, this one would be a softer style of Expressionism. Very nice.

Linda Gross said...

I see a golden glow from your Tamarack Trees. There are still a few trees here holding onto their yellow leaves.

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Ruth Hiebert said...

Cell phones take some great pictures,especially when they are in the right hands.

Christine said...

Love that close-up; those needles are so pretty and colorful. Nice to still have some autumn color around, too!

Katney said...

You seem the most comfortable of all of us with cell phone photography.

Craver Vii said...

Oops. I said Expressionist, but the style I referred to is actually Impressionist.

Lew said...

Nice shots of the tamarack! I also like the acorn and its shadow.