Even though France is no longer in the running, the Netherlands is, so I foresee more good soccer today.
The photo was taken with Glass. I use auto-backup, and Google occasionally takes a photo and selects an effect for it through a feature it calls Auto Awesome. The result this time is a bit psychedelic.
Sophie says, “You had all day to take photos and now it’s 9:53 PM and you’re resorting to “Look at the cat!”. For shame, Human. For shame.
I was in a meeting today, something very common in the last few weeks of the semester, even when on sabbatical. In it, I thought of taking notes, something I’m not only bad at, but tend to lose or not find when I need the notes later. Instead, I took a photo of the screen using Glass. I’ve tried that before with my iPhone, but the screen was not readable. This time it is, and I can send the photo to Evernote still using Glass in order to keep the photos sorted into projects.
I moved my home office out of the back bedroom into what used to be my main TV room, AKA, den. Moving the big TV and adding lots of seating to the living room was my decor project last summer, and it looks like it took until now for me to get the idea to move the iMac onto the desk in the den. Good move! When I’m trying to thing of the next sentence or line, I can now look out the french doors to the back yard and the bird feeder.
The two photos of me were taken with photo booth and the photo of my desk was taken with my Samsung phone. I don’t know when or if I’m getting my Sony Cybershot camera back, but hope to know if it’s fixable sometime this week. I’ve learned one thing for sure doing Project 365 this year–the tool you use for photos makes a big difference in more than just resolution. How the shot is framed, zoom/no zoom, or the perspective changes from device to device.
There weren’t as many booths this spring as before, but there were still some crafts I would be happy to let someone else do for me.
Spring transitions quickly to summer here, but at least the leaves are still spring green.
On a day like today, you can practically hear the leaves unfold.