Used for a Halloween Facebook post, this image picked up hundreds of likes and dozens of shares. I took it using my iPhone during a morning walk to my office.
I've shot a lot recently via my iPhone. It's a fantastic little camera, and I particularly like the way it handles direct sun.
Using my photograph of the Astoria-Megler Bridge, I created a poster for local residents to make them aware of an upcoming bridge painting project. Positive feedback, lack of negative feedback during closures and an usually large number of vanishing posters suggest that the tactic was successful.
The poster was created using InDesign and Photoshop. It was designed to be printed on the district office's plotter, using stock paper. The poster's background and my blog background are white, but you can click on the image below to see the poster against a black background.