Benefit of having your iPhone with you

On the way out for dinner this evening, I was able to capture two photos that I would have missed were it not for my trusty iPhone in my purse.  The first one was taken at a stop light, when I looked across the street, I saw the flowering trees.  Roll down window, whip out phone, open, go to camera, shoot!

FloweringTree

Then, when we got to the shopping center where the restaurant is, planted right next to the parking lot, same deal.  I had a little more time and got this really nice picture.

Hellebore

I thought I knew what they are, but now I’m not so sure.  Does someone know?  The flowers are so perfect!

Happy Spring!

8 thoughts on “Benefit of having your iPhone with you

    1. I hope you will enjoy your visit here! Do you have any particular places you want to see? With any luck you will be here during nice weather 🙂 We’ve already had our late freezes, tornado (nearby) and flooding recently. So welcome (soon) to Nashville! We love it here as long as we ignore our city government.
      P.S. Congrats on getting your implant done – had a couple myself during pandemic year 😉 Like you, I’m thankful for good dental care!

  1. We will be going to a Hillsdale College National Leadership Seminar Monday and Tuesday, the 26th and 27th. The rest of the week, we will be meeting with a bunch of Ricochet friends, who will be showing us around. We don’t have a set schedule, but will probably visit Civil War battlefields. We are still deciding what we want to see.

    1. tnxplant

      Sounds like a great trip! There are several Civil War historical sites in the area. One of them, Shy’s Hill, is smack in the middle of a nice residential area. I was able to go there with my dear departed Dad several years ago. One of his (and my) ancestors, just a boy in his teens, was killed in the Battle of Nashville there. Hallowed ground for the tragedy of war.

  2. tnxplant

    Sounds like a great trip! There are several Civil War historical sites in the area. One of them, Shy’s Hill, is smack in the middle of a nice residential area. I was able to go there with my dear departed Dad several years ago. One of his (and my) ancestors, just a boy in his teens, was killed in the Battle of Nashville there. Hallowed ground for remembering the tragedy of war.

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