Tulips at night

Tulips at night
Apple iPhone 6s
2020

I make photos with my phone that I wouldn’t bother to make otherwise. If I have to go find one of my regular cameras, I just won’t be bothered. These tulips on our kitchen windowsill is one of those photos. I was at the sink below to wash my hands when I noticed how the tulips popped against the night in the window. It took just a few seconds to get my phone out of my pocket, set it to square format, and make this image.

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single frame: Tulips at night

Flowers on our windowsill.

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5 thoughts on “single frame: Tulips at night

  1. I use me phone a lot too. It’s incredible how much more I photograph simply because it is always available. My camera, on other hand, is always in the other room and never where I need I to be.

      • Same here! I do a lot of day in the life and walking around images that would otherwise pass me by.

        Cat pictures too! Black cats are hard to photograph and the iPhone’s abilities far exceed my own with my camera. If he’s sitting in a patch of sunlight, I am good with my camera. Otherwise, not so much!

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