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.
I work at a beautiful place, and this scene greeted me as I walked to my office.
The Oregon Capitol from Waller Hall
A quick iPhone snap of my wife and best friend at lunch. Not a technically perfect picture, but that's not the point of this shot.
I think I used Camera+ for this one. I like that app for its ability to split focus point and exposure metering. The downside is that you've got to manually export to your photo folder. That's nice in a way, because I tend to sort photos when choosing which to edit. I have less repetition in my folder and can quickly select a photo I'm looking for later.
The iPhone is revolutionary, particularly for photography. While it's no DSLR, it is capable of capturing high quality images. I rarely lug my camera gear around, so my phone is my camera. This was a snapshot taken last week on a morning walk at Willamette.