Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Best Camera in the World

When I first started the Entrepreneur class in January, it was already dark when we got out at 8 p.m.
Surrounding city lights washed out the stars leaving the night sky a black-velvet blanket.

Things got better when the time changed. The last few weeks the skies have been cloudy when class dismissed. Tonight was a different story.

The instructor and others in the class we in a hurry to get home and I don't think they glanced at the night sky. I'm in a hurry too, but I try never to pass up an opportunity to see something beautiful.

I pulled to the edge of the driveway, rolled down my window and snapped a picture with my phone. My digital camera has a telephoto lens which would have rendered a much clearer picture, but it doesn't work when it's at home in the office. I read once that the best camera in the world is the one you have with you. It's hard to argue with that logic.

10 comments:

  1. I think that statement applies to more than just cameras. It is amazing how good those phone cameras are.

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  2. Love the quote and love that picture!! The colours are vivid

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  3. A truly wise quote - and lovely image.

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  4. There'a gift for you in your beautiful photo. There's a pair of hands forming a heart in the right side of the photo.
    Hugs, Julia

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    1. I did not notice that Julia and yet there it is. Thank you.

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  5. I haven't used a real camera since I was introduced to my iPhone. I see the hands forming a heart on the right too! Sometime you do not notice details until you freeze the frame.
    Lisa.

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  6. That is a beautiful picture. You definitely have and eye for catching nature at it's best. I haven't used my camera in ages, but favor the ones taken with my cell phone.

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  7. The southern version of the Northern Lights.

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