Traveling to the UAE was an amazing experience. It’s a country that has a unique blend of the traditional and the modern. The contrast is fascinating. There is also the wonder of the breathtaking structures that have been built there over the past two decades: from the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khlifa, to the gargantuan opulent Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. It’s a truly unique place.
The following iPhoneography photos were taken during my trips to Charleston, South Carolina.
For the second year in a row, I’m pleased to have had two of my photos selected as honorable mentions in the iPhone Photography Awards! Woot! The first winner below was a panorama I took of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi this past May. The second, winning in the sunset category, comes from Nantucket Island. Check out more of the winners at the IPPAwards website. Some other photos from my travels: We think @PaulGordonBrown is super, too: http://t.co/G2ZwFPETek. In fact, here’s some of his best #JetBlueSoFly work. pic.twitter.com/eYR8lwBMMn —… Read More
The following iPhoneography photos were taken during my trips to Oregon and in and around the city of Portland.
The following iPhoneography photos were taken while I lived in and have visited New York City. See also: Through the Lens of an iPhone: TWA Flight Center