October 5, 2011

Thanks Steve Jobs! The iPhone Changed my Life!

Autumn in New Hampshire October 5th 2010

There have been many events that have affected my life. The birth of my daughters is the most impacting. However a year ago, the day I captured this image with my iP4 was a Ah-Ha moment that I will never forget.

I now teach what is photographically possible with this incredible device that I can hold in my hand. I am honored and thrilled to do so.

Today as I prepare this blog I read that Steve Jobs has died. I am very sad. Tears are flowing as I type this. The man who impacted my life so significantly is no longer with us.  He was a wonderful role model in so many ways. I am very grateful that he never settled.

I look forward to another year with the iPhone 4S, that will be released October 14th... A lot can happen in a year! - so grateful for technology and visionaries!!!

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1 comment:

  1. This land today, shall draw its last breath
    And take into its ancient depths
    This frail reminder of its giant, dreaming self.
    While I, with human-hindered eyes
    Unequal to the sweeping curve of life,
    Stand on this single print of time.

    Human wheels spin round and round
    While the clock keeps the pace.
    Human wheels spin round and round
    Help the light to my face.

    That time, today, no triumph gains
    At this short success of age.
    This pale reflection of its brave and
    Blundering deed.
    For I, descend from this vault,
    Now dreams beyond my earthly fault
    Knowledge, sure, from the seed.

    Human wheels spin round and round
    While the clock keeps the pace.
    Human wheels spin round and round
    Help the light to my face.

    This land, today, my tears shall taste
    And take into its dark embrace.
    This love, who in my beating heart endures,
    Assured, by every sun that burns,
    The dust to which this flesh shall return.
    It is the ancient, dreaming dust of God.

    Human wheels spin round and round
    While the clock keeps the pace.
    Human wheels spin round and round
    Help the light to my face.
    Human wheels spin round and round
    While the clock keeps the pace.
    Human wheels spin round and round
    Help the light to my face.


    Mellencamp

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