Yesterday afternoon ended with a London Fog from Tony’s Coffee (always done to perfection) and a stroll through the Village Green in Fairhaven where I stopped to read my new book, The House of God by Samuel Shem. Chapter I of this book made me wonder if medicine is a good field to go into. The jury is still out on both the book and on medicine.
As I left the Green, I noticed the accumulation of autumn leaves around the Dirty Dan statue. Photographing it is way overdone, so I tried to look for a new perspective on it, and decided upon this. Sometimes, the smallest fraction of an object is more interesting than the whole.
Camera: Motorola Droid, 5 mega pixels.
Apps: PicSay Pro; I increased the saturation and played with a new feature called Faux HDR and Instant Film.
2 thoughts on “A Piece of Dirty Dan”
Thanks! I haven’t played with the apps on my camera phone in a while, and this was fun!
You’re very right on that statement about the smallest fraction becoming more interesting than the whole. I think that works a lot of the time. It’s a great shot and I love what you’ve done with it!