The Open-Road Calls and Beckons

I’ve had an iPhone 15 Pro-Max in my hand for a couple months now.

But for one reason or another, I have failed to spend any quality, dedicated, lover-time with her.

Shame on me.

So I’m headed West to parts unknown, to get acquainted, thoroughly and lovingly, with this piece of tech.

I will intentionally be a bit quiet on the grid.

But have no fear, I’ll be back with photos to show off and stories to tell.

At 69, I don’t honestly think too much or hard about developing romantic relationships.

Been there, done that. I’m pretty happy with my current, single lot in life.

But I do have an intimate relationship with photography that is, likely, a lot deeper and extending than many couple relationships I know. Hmmm?

With my iPhone camera, I can connect with photography on a deeper level. I can use it as a form of meditation, mindfulness, and therapy. I can use it to explore my feelings, thoughts, and emotions. I can use it to document my life, my memories, and my stories. I can use it to express my love, gratitude, and appreciation for the people and things that matter to me.

All this is a result of getting to know the camera better, deeper and wider.

It’s a result of quality time together.

The open road calls and beckons.

iPhone photography has changed my life and love in many ways. It has reignited my passion for photography and my creative side. It has helped me discover new aspects of myself and the world. It has enriched my relationships and my happiness.

If you’re looking for a way to spice up your life and love, I highly recommend giving iPhone photography a try.

You don’t need any special skills or equipment, just your iPhone and your imagination. You’ll be amazed by what you can create and how you can feel.



Jack Hollingsworth