Monday, November 12, 2018

Weekend walks

Firstly, thank you to all of you who gave me your thoughts and advice on smartphones.

Isaac gave me a beautiful secondhand one while I was in Boulder and I love it.

It is twice as big as my crappy old stupid one (as in not smart) and texting on it is a dream, even with my fat fingers.

I am using it for phoning, texting, maps and taking photographs, and nothing else. I am not putting Twitter on it or any games at all, because I don't want to be addicted to my phone. I may put an app on to measure how far I've been on my bike, but that's it.

This is me unlocking it to take a photograph:




The Aging Hippie took the picture. She's been staying here since Thursday, which is why I have not blogged. 

Here she is enjoying a cream tea on Friday. These yanks love cream teas. It's hard to persuade Karen to eat anything but scones while she's here.  




We've been out for a long walk every day and here are some of the photos I've taken:








Can you tell the difference between these and the ones you've seen up to now, taken with my tiny camera?

5 comments:

Sally said...

Beautiful autumnal photos Sue. I do think the autumn colours are particularly spectacular this year, or do I always think that? I can't distinguish between HD & regular television so not the one to comment on picture clarity! Love the photo of your friend - she looks so happy 😊 Sally

Sue Hepworth said...

Thanks, Sally. I think the colours are much better this year because the autumn fading is slower than last year. Last year the frosts came suddenly and everything was over within such a short space of time. Also, I believe that when it's been a long hot summer, it has a visible effect on the autumn leaves - something to do with sugar? Perhaps a horiculturalist will enlighten us.....

ana said...

Wonderful photos, all. Karen’s, in particular, of you with your smartphone! Such beauty where you live and so stunningly captured

Sue Hepworth said...

Thank you, Ana. Yes, we are so lucky to live here.

Isaac Hepworth said...

So glad you like it!