I love my iPhone. Honestly, I have never felt so connected with an electronic device in my life. It seems to have become a part of me.
I love taking photos. In the past few years, I was so used to keeping a digital camera in my handbag all the time and shooting photos wherever and whenever I wanted to. However, after recently I retired my beloved DC, I felt immediately a big hole in my life and desperately needed a replacement to that.
As you may know that my life, in the last 6 months, has changed so much that I not only lost lots of sleeps, but also was exposed to the risk of losing my sort of lifestyle.
I don’t want to. As I was trying to defend this last freedom of mine, iPhone happened to become the one to help a lot: An absolutely convenient and smart one!
As it is with me all the time and goes to wherever I go, I really couldn’t find anything else that could be possibly better to balance the lack of time due to the obiligations and the desire to ‘create’ more time to do what I love to do.
That’s when I started to love taking photos with my iPhone. It not only helps to keep a visual note of my ongoing life, but also allows my so-called interests to be expressed.
It makes me feel happier and fuller. While the mood is being lightened, the life(style) is being protected. I feel I’m no longer a crazy new mom being a baby slave, but a proactive person who creates positive memories of NOW and THEN.
Please click to visit my newly established iPhone Art Gallery (here) or the iPhone link above in the main menu which functions as an independent blog but also exists as a subsite of my main blog, and I hope you would enjoy the photos just as much as when I shot and posted them directly from my iPhone.