Day 1151: Seeing through my eyes (and iPhone)

I and my iPhone caught lots of eyefuls, yesterday, in inimitable New York City:

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I and my iPhone invite you to use your illuminating inner eye of intuition and indicate which eyeful above is most interesting to

  • me,
  • my iPhone, and
  • you.

I and my iPhone now need to catch more eyefuls on the train from New York City to Boston.

See you tomorrow and and an eyeful of thanks for bringing your eyes here, today.

 

Categories: group psychotherapy, personal growth, photojournalism | Tags: , , , | 21 Comments

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21 thoughts on “Day 1151: Seeing through my eyes (and iPhone)

  1. Lovely light!

  2. Your posts always make me think about things a little differently, which is a wonderful way to start the day, and this morning I’m thinking that it’s not an iPhone. It’s an eye-phone. Not only does it allow you to share things you’re seeing but, even without audio, your voice comes through in both the words and pictures.

  3. I am a little worried about 200,000 people texting you but I am not worried that you will play without passion.

    I hope your vacation has refreshed you.

  4. Developing the whole performer quotes – for you and me; the last one, naturally, for the iPhone

  5. Paul S

    You capture New York in a particular way. and I think you have to feel it to capture it, because one minute it’s there and the next minute it’s gone, and it’ll never be the same.

  6. Aye! The eyes have it!

  7. Artistically I like the last one with the lights. My favorite is the one with the different colored heads. Are they mannequins?

  8. Carol Ferenc

    Aye yi yi, Ann! NYC is sensory overload for my eyes.

  9. iPhone eye needs your eyes, and when both combined become very interesting..

  10. Reblogged this on KCJones.

  11. I was eyeing this post.

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