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Rent this Space

No Day But Today

I am starting something different to add to my photoblogging adventures, and that is every Monday I am going to shoot with my IPhone 4S and post a pic from that.  I really do think the iPhone’s new camera is wonderful for its purpose.  And although it might limit my shooting subjects, I just think it will help capture some other exciting shots.  This is the freemason torch that sits right along I70 in Columbus, Ohio.  It’s the last shot I took of the city as we were leaving, and I took it while I was sitting in the passenger seat of the car.  I liked this shot, because of how I was able to capture the flame and the advertisement for the show Rent.  Just would like to be able to be there to go see it.  Feb 20, 2012

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