City maintenance crews in my adopted hometown of Vicenza, Italy do a pretty good job of keeping the public parks, iconic buildings, pedestrian bridges and walkways dotted throughout the summertime with plenty of fresh color. It’s the least they can do for residents and tourists alike, if they want us to stay and/or return often.
Because today is another phantasic iPhoneography Monday, here’s some of the phlora and phauna I caught on my iPhone this morning during a stroll around the City of Palladio in search of NATURE, this week’s iPhoneography Challenge.
To see more phoneographic interpretations of NATURE just click HERE.
If you occasionally shoot with an iThingie, why not join in the fun and hone your craft. There’s a rotating iPhoneography Challenge each and every Monday. For details, visit Sally’s Lens and Pens by Sally.
Until next Monday, let your iThingie be your lens.
©The Palladian Traveler | ©Tom Palladio Images
Really like your images and clever title. Photography #3 is striking in its colors and composition (small one under text, top right). I enjoy so your journey through your adopted city. Happy Phoneography Monday.
Thanks Sally. I’ll admit, that under-the-weeping-willow shot is quite colorful. Thanks for the pheedback. 🙂
It’s truly amazing what a good photographer with a good eye can capture with just an iPhone. CongratulationsTom!
Thanks very much, Harold.
I wonder if an Android phone would be welcome.
Why not? I don’t think you have to change your smartphone to join in the fun.
Nature in all her glory, with a little help from man. (oops, and woman 🙂 )
Appreciate the comment, Jo.
I love the small one at the top right with the water and the reflections. The blue is so deep and beautiful.
Thanks Janet. That’s a shot of the manmade lagoon inside the Giardini Salvi, a park just around the corner from where I hang my hat. Glad you enjoyed the post.
These are all great Tom…isn’t it amazing what you can do with a phone these days. Though I do miss being able to slam the phone down on the odd occasion.
I pretty much use my iPhone for the photography, especially the panorama effect; but, I do receive and make calls. It’s way too expensive to slam down. 🙂
Beautiful images, Tom. 🙂 It’s hard to choose, but I do love the water one.
Sylvia — Good choice. The water scenes are of the lagoon inside the Giardini Salvi, just around the corner from where I live.
Lucky you! 🙂
You’ve really captured the beauty of this place and the I phone did it justice.