Jim Boynton

Jim Boynton

Posted on 08/05/2015


Photo taken on May 21, 2013



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The times are changing.

The times are changing.
I was stunned to see a bus load of Japanese tourists taking photos of the Monarch butterflies at Bluffers Park. Why? Not one of them had a DSLR or even a point and shoot camera...only phones and tablets of various designs. Whatever happened to tourists with cameras hanging from necks and bags of gear slung over shoulder? The times are changing.

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6 comments - The latest ones
Pam J
Pam J
Love the pic !

Not for me !!

I dont have a tablet... my phone makes... telephone calls !! We have crappy Net out here... so.. I LOVE my REAL camera !
3 years ago.
Jim Boynton has replied to Pam J
Got an iPad for my birthday and I don't know how I ever lived without it, but I still refuse to get a phone. The iPad camera is pretty sucky though.
3 years ago.
Susan Young
Susan Young
Same for me My phone makes phone calls and the only tablet I have is of the paper kind.
3 years ago.
Jim Boynton has replied to Susan Young
The best part of the iPad is the library. I have about 50 books loaded onto it. Love to read and it makes it so much easier to read at night without disturbing Margaret.
3 years ago.
Shine&Sparkle
Shine&Sparkle
Funny, I'm fan of the mobile phone but think tablet style computers have to be one of the most pointless inventions in a long time. I like your photo here; very descriptive.
3 years ago.
Jim Boynton has replied to Shine&Sparkle
Totally the opposite. I think cell phones are the worst invention in my lifetime and I just got an iPad that I absolutely love. Just finishing off an obscenely long post praising its virtues.
3 years ago.