As I prepare for our trip to Arizona, I'm amazed at how many pieces of technology we are taking that, apparently, we can't live without! ..... A tablet, a laptop, cell phones, readers, camera etc. I am starting to wonder if I really need my camera? According to photographer, Sean McGrath (see link below), capturing the moment is what's really important. The photos below are a few "moments" that I captured from my travels in Asia.
|Woman waiting for the train to go by in the countryside of Bangladesh.|
|Market in Hanoi Vietnam|
|Old woman with a cell phone in Blangladesh|
|Men playing a game in a park in Beijing.|
During my recent trip to Spain I found that I used my phone to take pictures more often than my camera simply because I was more likely to have it on hand and because I didn't have to dig it out of some zipped compartment of a purse or backpack. Also, it's easier to upload my photos from my phone to Picassa (where I can access them easily from anywhere), than to transfer them from my camera to my computer. Here are a few photos that I took using my phone in Spain.
|street in Madrid|
|The medieval town of Pedraza.|
|Our delicious snack of olives at the San Miguel Market in Madrid|
So ....... I'm off to Arizona with my phone at the ready in case I see any interesting or unusual sights. Like Sean McGrath says, "It's all about the moment". Hope to post some soon!
I also hope to take in Sean McGrath's talk on February 12th at 7 PM as part of the Rothesay Speaker Series at the Rothesay Town Hall.
Town of Rothesay Website
Sean McGrath Photography
|Article in KV Style about Sean McGrath|