There’s been little visual incentive for me to stop along my commute route over the past couple of weeks so I’ve taken to abstraction for my photo kicks. This is a Hipstamaticized section of exterior wall at my workplace.
iPhone/Hipstamatic outside looking in.
While filling up the car at a local gas station I snapped this image with my iPhone. A “normal” photo of this view would have been very mundane–Hipstamatic to the rescue.
iPhone/Hipstamatic while filling the Element.
The warmish, hazy days around the Bay Area continue to be uninspiring. The lack of wind has left a persistent, LA-like brownish haze over the bay. It’s the middle of December, and during the daylight hours, except for being ten degrees cooler in temperature, it seems like the middle of October. So… I’m going close-up, and using my iPhone more because it’s handy. This image is of the remnants of what was a much more elaborate flower arrangement in the kitchen area of our office.
iPhone/Hipstamatic imaging a season change.
I have an iPhone, the Hipstamatic camera app, and I work with computers–so this shot was more or less inevitable. Here’s an abstract of where my right hand spends a lot of it’s time during a typical work day.
iPhone/Hipstamatic following the click source.
The blog was down for half a day yesterday because of some unknown ISP glitch. I also had a band rehearsal–no time for taking photos, but I had a lot of fun making music. Today, I rolled back into the work/commute grind and didn’t feel particularly inspired to stop along the route. So… for today’s post, here are a couple of iPhone/Hipstamatic shots I took of the Pike Place Fish Market at the Pike Place Market in Seattle the day before Thanksgiving.
iPhone/Hipstamatic keeping it fresh.