Christchurch Art Gallery last week (with 645 Pro, Snapseed and iPhone 4S)
Had a visit to Christchurch last week, for the first time in ages; interesting (and sad, of course) to see all the changes that have happened there in recent times.
But as I was about to head out of town, I found myself passing the Art Gallery and noticed how the artwork out front (Reasons for voyaging, by sculptor, Graham Bennett and architect, David Cole) now reflected the shapes of the cranes in the city behind, either disassembling the old or creating new buildings.
For the photographers - I've been using 645 Pro app for iPhone a lot recently, it's a fantastic little app - my particular favourite features are just the ability to spot meter, the variety of crops / formats from 6x6 to 6x17, and the freedom to lock either AF or AE individually. I'm sure I'll be posting a lot more that were taken with it, soon!
And of course I'm still doing minor tweaks with Snapseed as well, that one hasn't worn out its welcome...