Showing posts with label Blackberry. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Blackberry. Show all posts

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Candy Cane Twine

- Candy cane twine, who knew there was such a thing. I ran across this delightful holiday spool at Beach Scrapbooks in Virginia Beach, Virginia today while out shopping with my wife. Blackberry Bold, 3.2MP camera, no flash.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

I Scream, You Scream . . .

From 2010 Blog
- We All Scream For Ice Cream! My grandson Robert enjoying his ice cream cone at DQ following dinner celebrating his daddy's birthday. Brian is 33 today, happy birthday son! Now if you have to know the rest of lyrics to the wacky ice cream song, click here and listen to a 1928 original recording here. Blackberry 9530 (Original Storm) camera.

Wednesday, February 24, 2010


From 2010 Blog
Tonight we had dinner at Steak 954 in the W hotel. They have a long aquarium wall with nothing but jelly fish swimming in it separating the dining area from the lobby. Watching the jellies during dinner was mesmerizing and relaxing. I'm afraid I let my followers down by not having a decent camera with me to capture this interesting scene. So out comes the camera phone because any picture is better than no picture, right? Blackberry 9530 (Storm 1) with no flash. The image needed a little help in post production from Noise Ninja 2 and Picasa.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

140 - Yellow

From 365 Project
Coldplay - Yellow from the Viva La Vida tour tonight at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Great show, the band was awesome. Blackberry Storm Camera Phone, I was the only one who didn't carry a camera or video camera in.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

64 - Doggy E.R.

From 365 Project
This photo represents a dog's perspective on a visit to the Animal Emergency Center tonight. Our cocker spaniel, Denny, had a choking and difficulty breathing event after work today. When his tongue got purple I decided to rush him over to the E.R. By the time we got there, after battling rush hour traffic, he was much better and his breathing was back to normal. They gave him the full work up - X-rays, blood work, etc. and pronounced him OK. We left with his stump of a tail just wagging away and my wallet much lighter. Image captured with a Blackberry Storm camera phone and later converted to B&W, after all dogs are colorblind.