338/365: Apple Cat Toy.
Here is a photo of both Latté and Mocha, playing with Kristen’s iPad. We have an app on there with specific animations designed to get a kitten’s attention…. and it particularly worked on Mocha!
337/365: Stay Frosty.
Woke up this morning to see a fair amount of frost on the lawn, the leaves and most other things on my street. Grabbed a quick iPhone photo of one of the frosty leaves on my lawn before heading to work. Processed it in Snapseed on my iPad later in the day.
This fault line is in a stack of construction newspapers, at my office.
335/365: Hair Colour.
A group of elastics for tying back your hair! Me, I just like the colour pattern here.
A close up on a piece of equipment at a hose and coupling facility in Cambridge, Ontario. I loved the wear this machine shows from it’s normal use - I could have spent an afternoon in here with the “good camera” but this is a quickie from my iPhone.
333/365: Circle of Geocachers.
This picture shows a group of geocachers looking down at the first stage of a multifaceted near Bolton, Ontario at night. This is also the first photo I have posted from my D800 DSLR, without using my computer. The image download and processing was handled on my iPad instead.
332/365: Eat at Joe’s.
Seriously, at least today. This image is the sewer system backing up into the McDonald’s I was having lunch at. They closed the restaurant down a few minutes after I took this.
thingsipadscando asked: I look forward to seeing what apps you're going to be using to edit your photos on iOS.
Well, I mainly use Snapseed and Photoshop Touch. I also have Procreate 2 for some more advanced edits. I’ve been using these on my iPhone for a few years now. Of course, now that I have an iPad I’ll be looking at other tools along the way.
331/365: Winter is Coming.
This is a leaf on the driveway after last night’s dusting of snow. In Georgetown we literally got nothing more than a dusting but areas east of here got to try out their snow shovels.
330/365: iPad Mini.
Well, today was a happy day for me. My iPad Mini Retina finally arrived no thanks to the hijinks of UPS Canada. I’m hoping to replace my laptop for a lot of photo editing with this little gizmo.