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    • I recently picked up a new iPhone X and was blown away by the image quality it could create compared to my several years old predecessor. Black and white photography and macro photos seem to be where the technology shines brightest, but there is plenty of potential for other photo types depending on the quality of the eye taking the photo.

      Welcome to Photos from Your Phone on Sundays, which will start on Sunday February 16, 2020. Show me an image you recently took with your phone.  (I’ll leave it up to your judgment to define “recent.”)

      Submission guidelines: Have a pulse, a phone, and an image you took with said phone?  You can submit the photo.

    • Thanks in advance for participating in next week’s Photos from Your Phone on Sundays.

      This conversation is now locked 🔒 and will reopen on Sunday of next week.

      Until then, keep looking for great shots to share.

    • It’s Sunday in Australia, so that means

      the doors are unlocked 🔑

      and it’s time for another

      Photos from Your Phone on Sundays!

      In this photo I’ve chosen to share, I liked the contrast in geometry between the circular bowl and the square base as well as the design work on both.

      But it’s up to your muse what you decide to share!

    • Some of the backroads in Silicon Valley are truly scenic. This one is literally called “No Name Trail” by Coyote Hills Park on the east side of the Bay. It is only a couple of miles away from Facebook’s campus, located on the west side of the Bay.

      The marshlands around the area are protected and under restoration. Very few people ever make it that far up the trail, so wild birds like to nest there.

      Taken with an iPhone X, while pedaling my way through.

    • went for a walk yesterday and found this bird feeder hidden in trees. Used my iPhone 11.

    • Took this today, by accident, while fiddling with my gear in a gondola. Samsung Galaxy S10. Found out it exists upon returning home.

    • Blooming flowers at Santa Clara University Mission. Shot on iPhone X.

    • Thanks for participating in this week’s

      Photos from Your Phone on Sundays.

      This conversation is now locked 🔒 and will reopen on Sunday of next week.

      Until then, keep looking for great shots to share.