The sun was trying to come out, but clouds were foiling it. But it looked interesting. My brother and I were at my Main Street office and decided to pop over to the St. George Temple and see how the photographs looked. I’m all B/W in November, but post the color version because it might be more interesting. My philosophy on color is to use it if it helps. You decide!
Taken with iPhone 6+, using Panorama mode of IOS 8.1. A key point…. if you touch the screen, in this case on the Temple, it exposes for that spot, even if you pan over to start the panorama to the left.
Then adjusted in Snapseed app for light, saturation and contrast. B/W also done in Snapseed using B/W conversion, and exposure tuning to bring out clouds.
Skipper Jenny pilots our rental boat around Roeberds Lake, MN.
Brian plows up the Beaver Damn Wash, Beaver Dam, Arizona
Brian and Grandpa Carl descend the escalator at Farragut West Metro station in Washington D.C.
Brian is now as tall as Grandpa.
Brian picks out a snack at the Farragut West subway station in Washington. D.C.
Sort of a crappy picture, it was taken with my phone in a no power situation.
This is part of the roof in our movie room after our flood of 2010. Caused by a water leak that ran for 4 or 5 days while we traveled, this is what most of the house looked like. We were out of it from August til December as it was rebuilt.
Brian’s April Fools Project
April 1, 2003
Bacon wrapped Turkey
Thanksgiving Day 2010
Note the yellow casserole thing in the background… that is Marjii Bish’s tasty corn custard casserole. Thanks Marjii!
Virgin River, St. George, UT
A very tasty cioppino (fisherman’s stew)
Friday Harbor, WA
At a wonder place called “Backdoor Kitchen and Catering”
Me & Jenny
Late November 2011