Saturday, June 14, 2014

Hudson Mills Park, Dexter, Michigan

 In case it's not obvious, I finally have an iPhone, and I'm trying it out by taking photos in various scenic locations. A selfie was of course mandatory, though maybe I need to practice a less serious expression when I'm backed up to the scenery.

I'm also practicing other iPhone skills. Keying in the password fast enough to answer the telephone. (Update: Evelyn reminds me that you can answer the phone without entering the password. I knew that. Silly me.) Sending and receiving messages on the itty bitty keyboard. Reading mail while in formerly impossible places -- yes, I read my mail while walking through the park. No, nothing was urgent, though I did get a few new messages that I was glad to see. It's quite different from my old dumb phone: that would be the one I washed in the washing machine and dried in the dryer. I'll try not to do that to the iPhone.

A family of sandhill cranes were making their way past the basketball
and tennis courts as we walked by. These nearly 5-foot tall birds are now
residents of several of the Metroparks around us.

1 comment:

Cakelaw said...

Great photos. I have had an iPhone for 4 years now and just love it.