On my Menopause Goddess Blog, I've written about my midlife attention span shortening. I find myself flitting from thought to thought, project to project, like a butterfly flits from flower to flower.
I think iPhone apps actually encourage this trait - by offering so many delightful options and possibilities that I just can't help myself. Given that, here is my latest "flitting" in iPhone photography.
This shot of a butterfly on a daisy was taken across the street in my neighbor's yard. No manipulation yet.
Next I flitted to Photoforge to "paint" with my finger. I then added the Color Comic filter from an app called Cinema FX.
After saving the painted image, I went into Cinema FX again and added the a filter called Surveillance Cam. Interesting.
Finally, I added a filter called Japanese Memory, also in the Cinema FX app. I probably like the painted image best, but they all work for me.
The Digital Dude (my husband Dewitt Jones) and I are heading up to the High Sierra and White Mountains for the week - hope to have lots of fun, new images upon our return.