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Smartphun

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Yesterday i was at the childrens farm. I decided not to take my Canon Eos with me, since i wanted to relax a bit and focus on the voluntary work instead of only taking pictures. But as i made my round through the place, i noticed a few nice spots and so i got out the smartphone to have a bit of smartphun. When i came home i knew i wanted to give all these images a little extra, just for the fun of it. Seeing Bob Ross the other week sure did help in the exploration lol. My personal favorite is the sketchy image of willows with oak leaves in the front. I should actually practice painting, since these kind of landscapes are amazing to paint (i imagine lol). Below this image are a few more pictures i took and edited. All together i spend about 20 minutes photographing and for the rest of the time i enjoyed petting and feeding the animals and the childrens farm. Always nice to be there, it always cheers me up πŸ™‚

Willows portrayed in a bit of a sketchy way

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5 thoughts on “Smartphun

  1. Very nice shots! It’s great that you volunteer there! Sounds like a wonderful place! πŸ™‚

  2. wonderful autumn colors, Pieter

  3. I really like what you did with these pictures. Amazing what you can get from your phone. I wrote a post a while back titled, “How To Take Good Pictures With A Cheap Camera” just in case you want to check out a couple things I did. Maybe I can send you the link.

    https://outloudkaren.wordpress.com/2014/12/08/daily-prompt-how-to-make-a-good-photo-with-a-cheap-camera/

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