The Odd Couple, photo by Matt Burrows I hope that you have the day off today. If not, I hope you’re doing better than the reindeer who’s missing his horn. About the photo Matt writes: Taken with an iPhone 3GS (ShakeItPhoto app). This was just as it appears in the basement of a Christmas party … Continue reading The Odd Couple
Yesterday the Michigan in Pictures Facebook page blasted past 5000 fans, an occasion that just one photo didn’t seem enough to mark. I am so grateful to everyone who’s become a fan of Michigan in Pictures on Facebook or here at the blog. It means a lot to me that people share my love of the great … Continue reading Rolling past 5,000!
Today’s Photo is Brought to You by the Letter J (for Jetsetter), photo by Matt Burrows On January 9, 2007 Steve Jobs announced the iPhone. Within months, photography apps for Apple’s pocket computer with a crappy digital camera began showing up. Apps like Hipstamatic and Shake It made the phone’s resolution weakness tolerable and spawned … Continue reading Brought to you by the letter J … and the iPhone
“Crickey! A Flickr in Its Natural Habitat”, photo by Matt Burrows Michigan in Pictures owes a whole lot to the photo sharing website Flickr. For starters, Flickr hosts the sprawling Absolute Michigan pool, the photo group with over 175,000 photos and 3300 members from where I draw most of the photos used. Flickr is also the … Continue reading A big step for Flickr
Epiphany, photo by Matt Burrows. Matt writes: The simplicity of the photo and the “light” were the inspiration for this title, as some of the best epiphanies occur when we simplify our lives. However, this is often easier said than done. ;-) Hope your weekend offers some simple pleasures. Check it out bigger and in … Continue reading Epiphany