Thursday, November 17, 2011

Trying out a camera phone

Mobile phones have cameras, you know. What you may not have heard is that some people in the communications industry expect mobile phones to replace point-and-shoot digital cameras in the next few years. To me that's not a good thing. If I lose a point-and-shoot, I don't lose all my contacts and such.

A couple of weeks ago, I took a mobile phone to the mouth of the Guyandotte River to see how it works. Here are some images I got.

And one more. This is the wall on my cubicle at work.

The poster was made from a photo Adam and I took last October of the M/V Detroit coming down the Ohio River at Addison, Ohio, with the Kyger Creek and Gavin power plants in the background. The calendar is something I made. Each month, I take one of my river photos appropriate to that month and make my own calendar page. Miss November is one I got at the mouth of a creek on Nov. 11, 2010. I haven't decided what image to use for December.

And the piece of paper with something blurred has a note to remind me of something I can't seem to remember.