Monday, January 30, 2012

Instagram Weekend

Monica L. Shulman
Foggy afternoon over the Hudson.

I have over 6000 photos and videos on my iPhone. Yes, 6000. This is a problem. I started to delete some since they're all saved on iCloud but it makes me irrationally sad not to have these memories with me all the time. Last night I was rolling through my photos and I saw the first one I ever took, a picture of my belly when I was five months pregnant, the beach in East Hampton (many, many times), my favorite places in the city...the list of events and random days goes on and on.  Even with all my fun apps and everything I read online, looking through old photos is my favorite activity on my phone.

Do you agree? Do you have as many photos as I do or more?

Here's my weekend in Instagram.

Monica L. Shulman

Monica L. Shulman

Monica L. Shulman

Monica L. Shulman
I went to visit friends in Long Island and decided to take the train instead of our car.

Monica L. Shulman

And, ps--in case you're curious, head over to my Facebook page where you can see pictures from PhotoLA, MPLS Photo Center and the Bari Studio where my photos have been featured lately. And give it a "like" if you please...we're almost to 1000 "likes" and I will host a giveaway when we reach that milestone!

Monica L. Shulman

Monica L. Shulman

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4 comments:

trishie said...

i have just over 2000 photos on my iphone, just you i find it really hard to delete them even though they are all backed up on the computer.
Lovely pictures, btw!

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dreamday said...

looking through a rainy window, i love that.

ana {bluebirdkisses} said...

I love that shot while waiting for the train! its really beautiful

I don't have quite 6000 pictures on my iPhone but I have only had mine since November and I'm already at 1200....this does not bode well for my poor phone memory.

Same as you though, I get sad deleting photos which is why I don't...but I probably should.