Scenic Sundays 06: Food and Ben Okri

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Scenic Sundays was inspired by the last couple of minutes on CBS Sunday Morning and was created in part to help encourage me to share more of my photography.


Taken on August 31, 2013 in Mount Vernon, Iowa with an iPhone 4s.

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“Stories can conquer fear, you know. They can make the heart bigger.” Ben Okri

 

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10 responses to “Scenic Sundays 06: Food and Ben Okri

  1. What a great picture – you are so talented! I’m not a great photographer, though I’m constantly taking pictures of my dog, Buffy, and my stepson, Franky. I’m curious about what you were eating – it looks yummy and I’m suddenly feeling inspired to have a hot cocoa (I don’t drink coffee).

    • A warm peach scone from Fuel in Mount Vernon, Iowa. It’s a cozy little town and coffee shop about 20 minutes from my home. And the drink was something caffeinated!

      Terri M. LeBlanc
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    • When I first started taking photos it was using black and white film. Some of my favorite pictures are from my first photo classes.
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    • I remember it being quite delicious. Have a great week, Sharon!

      Terri M. LeBlanc
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  2. Michelle

    I miss holding a camera, lol. I love taking pictures and I take a lot with my iPhone but I really miss having a camera, but with a smart phone it’s hard to justify buying an actual camera now. 😛 I hope you have a lovely week!

    • I love taking pictures on my iPhone. I just read an article recently about repurposing old smartphones as a point and shoot camera. In many cases, the smartphones take higher resolution photos than some expensive point and shoot cameras. Plus the post processing is a snap!

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